This project allows the wonderful PDF.js viewer to be installed on a website (as provided by the people at Mozilla and now included in the latest versions of Firefox).
To use the viewer simply install the package and then use the /pdfjs/viewer.html?file=[path to file] url to load a pdf file into the viewer.
The viewer allows users to view and browse PDF files without having to have a pdf reader installed.
With this plugin you can also view a pdf document within an iframe on your pages. Simply include the viewer url as the src of an iframe (in a macro for example).
This can also be integrated with Turn.js for a flipbook style presentation as shown here:
For more information on PDF.js: https://mozilla.github.io/pdf.js/
For more information on Turn.js: http://www.turnjs.com/
New in Version 1.1
Macro added to allow an iframe to be embedded in a page (best within a responsive grid using grid layout). This will allow presentation of a pdf surrounded by other manageable content. Macro is called "PDF Viewer Frame".
Available parameters are Frame Class, Frame Height, Frame Width, Initial Page, Initial Zoom and PDF File.