I use Pocket to read articles I've saved from my browser or smartphone. I'd like to be able to star ("favorite") articles in Pocket and automatically generate a PDF of that article and save it to my Dropbox folder.
I am already able to do this using existing IFTTT recipes like this one. However, the default web view of these articles is not very readable and contains a lot of visual clutter. I'd like run articles through Readability to clean them up.
I have successfully generated clean, readable PDFs by manually visiting a URL, running Readability in my browser, then saving the result to PDF. How can I automate this process?
I am open to using a reasonably-priced paid service such as Wappwolf to make this work, though the IFTTT Wappwolf recipe I tried lacked the Readability component. I'm also open to using command line tools or hosting a script on my site, though I would not know where to begin with that approach.
Maybe it would help to make use of the Readability API? There's also a github repo and a Python script. It seems to me that if I can create Readability PDFs manually as above, I should be able to script or automate the process, no?
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