Try the Demo
You can try PSPDFKit and see it in action in just a few easy steps. We provide sample projects for you that will showcase the power of the PSPDFKit SDK and its features. If you want to learn how to integrate PSPDFKit into your own project, see our Integrating PSPDFKit guide.
If you want to quickly see our SDK in action, without caring about the source code, you can always download our PDF Viewer app from the App Store. More information about the product can be found here.
We provide several open source example applications that showcase how to integrate PSPDFKit for iOS and how to make use of its features. To get started quickly, we recommend these examples:
Catalog Example (https://github.com/PSPDFKit/pspdfkit-ios-catalog) showcases the full feature set of the PSPDFKit SDK. You can see various components and APIs in action, all packed in a lot of examples, and with source code and comments explaining how the implementation is done.
Minimal Example (https://github.com/PSPDFKit/pspdfkit-ios-minimal-example) shows the minimum code required to start building an app with PSPDFKit. You can simply copy this project to your working space and use it as a template for your app.
SwiftUI Document Browser (https://github.com/PSPDFKit/pspdfkit-ios-swiftui-document-browser-example) shows how to display a document browser in SwiftUI, allowing you to open and create PDF documents.
ℹ️ Note: The download and build instructions for the examples can be found directly inside the example repositories.
To learn more about integrating PSPDFKit into your app project, please refer to our Integrating PSPDFKit guide. Here are more resources that might be interesting for you: