Best of chrome-pdf, phantom-pdf and electron-pdf recipes
I have tested with all these recipes and found that phantom-pdf rendering times are quite less when compared to other two. That means phantom-pdf performs better than other two for same set of data and on the same system configuration. We have used 4 cores and 16 GB RAM.
The configurations i used for all 3 recipes are:
Which according to you is the best report rendering recipe that we can use?
In one of the responses
https://forum.jsreport.net/topic/1559/electron-pdf-issue-in-jsreport/5, chrome-pdf is suggested. But between chrome-pdf and phantom-pdf which would be the better recipe?
Thank you in advance
You can use what works for you the best.
However chrome-pdf recipe should be the first choice for sure. That is why it is the default one.
The problem with phantomjs is that its development was suspended.
I am analysing the performance of phantomjs and headless chrome and in general opinion is that "headless chrome" performs faster with less memory. But the testing i have done shows opposite. Any clarification on this would be helpful....
In general, Chrome-pdf is supposed to have good performance or response times but we are not seeing that. For us Phantom-pdf is giving good numbers. Just want to know if we are missing anything.
We don't have a manual or information in which cases the chrome can be slower than phantom.
It is probably very specific.