How to open generated pdf using jspdf in new window

Juan Capello
  1. Search in jspdf.js this:

    if(type == 'datauri') {
        document.location.href ='data:application/pdf;base64,' + Base64.encode(buffer);
    }
    
  2. Add :

    if(type == 'datauriNew') {   
        window.open('data:application/pdf;base64,' + Base64.encode(buffer));
    }
    
  3. call this option 'datauriNew' Saludos ;)
kardave

Based on the source you can use the 'dataurlnewwindow' parameter for output():

doc.output('dataurlnewwindow');

Source in github: https://github.com/MrRio/jsPDF/blob/master/jspdf.js#L914

All possible cases:

doc.output('save', 'filename.pdf'); //Try to save PDF as a file (not works on ie before 10, and some mobile devices)
doc.output('datauristring');        //returns the data uri string
doc.output('datauri');              //opens the data uri in current window
doc.output('dataurlnewwindow');     //opens the data uri in new window

I have to use this to load the PDF directly. Using doc.output('dataurlnewwindow'); produces an ugly iframe for me. Mac/Chrome.

  var string = doc.output('datauristring');
  var x = window.open();
  x.document.open();
  x.document.location=string;

Or... You can use Blob to achive this.

Like:

pdf.addHTML($('#content'), y, x, options, function () {
    var blob = pdf.output("blob");
    window.open(URL.createObjectURL(blob));
});

That code let you create a Blob object inside the browser and show it in the new tab.

This solution working for me

window.open(doc.output('bloburl'))

using javascript you can send the generated pdf to a new window using the following code.

var string = doc.output('datauristring');

var iframe = "<iframe width='100%' height='100%' src='" + string + "'></iframe>"

var x = window.open();
x.document.open();
x.document.write(iframe);
x.document.close();

This is how I handle it.

window.open(doc.output('bloburl'), '_blank');

this code will help you to open generated pdf in new tab with required title

 let pdf = new jsPDF();
 pdf.setProperties({
          title: "Report"
      });
      pdf.output('dataurlnewwindow');

This works for me!!!

When you specify window features, it will open in a new window

Just like :

window.open(url,"_blank","top=100,left=200,width=1000,height=500");
Milind Morey

Step I: include the file and plugin

../jspdf.plugin.addimage.js

Step II: build PDF content var doc = new jsPDF();

doc.setFontSize(12);
doc.text(35, 25, "Welcome to JsPDF");
doc.addImage(imgData, 'JPEG', 15, 40, 386, 386);

Step III: display image in new window

doc.output('dataurlnewwindow');

Stepv IV: save data

var output = doc.output();
return btoa( output);

STEP 1
Turn off addblock

STEP 2
Add

window.open(doc.output('bloburl'), '_blank');

Or try

doc.output('dataurlnewwindow')
jiban

Javascript code: Add in end line

$("#pdf_preview").attr("src", pdf.output('datauristring'));

HTML Code: Insert in body

<head>
</head>
<body>
<H1>Testing</h1>
<iframe id="pdf_preview" type="application/pdf" src="" width="800" height="400"></iframe>
</body>
</html>

preview within same window inside iframe along with with other contents.

Javascript code

// IE doesn't allow using a blob object directly as link href
// instead it is necessary to use msSaveOrOpenBlob
if (window.navigator && window.navigator.msSaveOrOpenBlob) {
  window.navigator.msSaveOrOpenBlob(doc.output("blob"), "Name.pdf");
} else {

  // For other browsers:
  // Create a link pointing to the ObjectURL containing the blob.
  doc.autoPrint();
  window.open(
    doc.output("bloburl"),
    "_blank",
    "height=650,width=500,scrollbars=yes,location=yes"
  );

  // For Firefox it is necessary to delay revoking the ObjectURL
  setTimeout(() => {    
    window.URL.revokeObjectURL(doc.output("bloburl"));
  }, 100);
}