Tag Archives: .net pdf library

C# PDF Reader 2021.9.3678

Type: Shareware
Cost: $399
Size: 16.50 MB
Release date: Aug 25 2021
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site:  https://ironpdf.com/use-case/pdf-reader-csharp/
Publisher’s Product Page:  https://ironpdf.com/use-case/pdf-reader-csharp/
Country: United States of America


C# PDF Reader

"This section will show you how to read PDF using a.net component in C# or VB.NET. This solution will allow you to complete your PDF reading task in just three steps. You can also save the image as many common formats like jpg, JPEG, PNG, bmp and tiff. You can also read special texts like texts written from left to right, such as Herbrew, Arabic, etc.

C# is not the easiest language to use for reading PDFs. It can be difficult to read a PDF in C#. That is why we created this platform. This simple platform allows you use the PDF content just like you might in a text file, while still being able to transport it across all operating systems. This platform includes all the technology necessary to quickly read, edit and extract PDF content. For 30 days, you can try our C#PDF reader for free.

Anybody who has attempted to extract text in a PDF using C# knows that they have been asked the same question.

It’s a good question. The answer lies within trade-offs made at the time the PDF format was created.

For those not familiar, a PDF file can be described as a photograph. A PDF file is a set or images that define the layout of the pages within a document. This means that it will look almost identical on any platform, regardless of whether it’s Windows, Linux or Chrome. It does contain text information and font information.

Fonts are used to help applications that display PDFs draw text nearly in the same manner across different platforms. Text content in documents is mostly used to define where letters should be drawn from a particular font. Some fonts are not displayed in documents. You may have even seen them before.

This is why it’s impossible to extract text from PDFs in a perfect (or at least not always) way. They aren’t designed to transmit the text in an efficient way. This is almost an aftereffect of the requirement that the document be rendered.
https://ironpdf.com/packages/IronPdf.Package.For.pdf.reader.csharp.zip

The C# PDF Library 2021.3.1

Type: Shareware
Cost: $399
Size: 265.05 MB
Release date: Mar 08 2021
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site:  http://ironpdf.com/
Publisher’s Product Page:  https://ironpdf.com/
Country: United States of America


The C# PDF Library

IronPDF – The C# PDF library

Iron PDF is a Microsoft.net library making it easy for C# Visual Basic developers to generate PDFs from within desktop applications server applications and .Net / ASPX websites.

IronPDF solves this issue by allowing developers to use their existing skills of HTML CSS and JavaScript to generate print quality PDFs from within .Net applications. This .net PDF library is easy to install a DLL which can be downloaded from https://ironpdf.com or using the NuGet package https://www.nuget.org/packages/IronPdf.

Key features of IronPdf include an HTML To PDF function which allows the generation of the PDF from any HTML content which might be from URL or directly injected this HTML content can contain complex and were linked CSS and JavaScript and will be output at a how a high DPI print quality PDF.

IronPdf also has a unique feature called ASPX to PDF. A Microsoft Web forms application can print an ASPX webpage to PDF. Code and design remains the same as if we output to HTML – either ‘in the browser’ or as a direct download. https://ironpdf.com/tutorials/html-to-pdf/

IronPdf also benefits from excellent PDF printing options including control over DPI resolution for high-quality print jobs. You can control CSS media directives screen print and overhead stylesheets and enable/disabling of JavaScript and Ajax. Paper sizes including standard and non-standard formats and print margins are included. You can add customized html headers footers and page numbering all programmatically using Basic or C#. IronPDF also allows editing of PDFs, adding digital signatures etc.

IronPdf excels in ease-of-use. Conventional HTML-To-PDF functionality requires elevated server permissions the use of exes. IronPDF runs as a single DLL.

Iron Pdf requires only normal permissions can be used in regular applications and web applications.

Licensing is free for development and testing – licensing available for deployment. 30 day trial keys available

The .Net PDF Library 2021.3.1.0

Type: Shareware
Cost: $399
Size: 344.76 MB
Release date: Mar 08 2021
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site:  https://ironpdf.com/technology/net-pdf-library/
Publisher’s Product Page:  https://ironpdf.com/technology/net-pdf-library/
Country: United States of America


The .Net PDF Library

Many developers find that the best way to develop a PDF in .NET is to use HTML, CSS, and images traditional web technologies as the design standard for their PDF documents. Iron PDF provides HTML to PDF technology using an underlying fully featured browser engine, faithfully reproducing that HTML document including its forms, layout, and design as a fully functional PDF document which can then be served or saved to the file system.

IronPDF (https://ironpdf.com/technology/net-pdf-library/) can create PDFs from HTML strings, HTML documents including or not including assets, and URLs, using its advanced HTML to PDF technology. In addition, it can render any type of image to PDF, including SVG graphics.

https://ironpdf.com/ fully supports all .NET Framework languages, including VB.NET and C#. This works equally in server applications, desktop applications, console applications, and in websites such as MVC and Windows Forms.

Iron PDF is a commercial library. It is not open-source in itself; however, source code for all of our tutorials and many of our use cases can be found on GitHub.com. We are also available on the NuGet Package Manager for Visual Studio: https://www.nuget.org/packages/IronPdf/

Iron PDF excels in the ASP.NET environment by providing a PDF generator which can turn existing Windows Forms, MVC Views, or HTML assets directly to PDFs and extract content from existing PDF documents, or indeed edit uploaded PDF documents or PDF templates.

Its API allows for deployment direct to Azure or to web hosts without any additional configuration or the use of C++ binaries, and most PDF generation and editing operations can be achieved in a single line of code.

Iron PDF is perfect for use in a .NET application wherever you want a straightforward, platform-independent solution for rendering PDF documents, editing PDF documents, or working with existing PDF documents to extract their content such that they can be repurposed or put into a search index.