The Apitron PDF Kit for .NET library can be used to create cross-platform desktop, mobile, web and cloud solutions. Using this component you'll be able to create applications or services for:
- Windows desktop systems (Windows Forms, WPF, console apps, windows services, Microsoft Silverlight)
- Windows Phone, Windows Store and Windows Runtime
- Xamarin.Android, Xamarin.iOS, OS X (using MONO or Xamarin)
- Azure Web or Worker Roles, Azure Web Jobs
- Any system where .NET/MONO implementation exists
Apitron PDF Kit for .NET supports many possible PDF content manipulations scenarios, below are a few things that worth mentioning:
- Extract, modify and add graphics (text, images, drawings)
- Split or merge PDF documents
- Fill or create PDF forms
- Add or remove document fields
- Examine resources within a document - fonts, embedded files
- Digitally sign and check existing signatures on PDF documents
- Search for specific text
- Protect document with a password
- Work with navigation objects, e.g. create bookmarks or links
- Full support for annotations
- Full support for PDF actions
- All fonts defined by specification are supported
- Various colorspaces and color profiles are supported, e.g. you may draw in RGB, CMYK, gray, or whatever colorspace you like.
- Files can be saved to other “subtypes” of PDF – Linearized or PDF/a for example. If you require a specific funtionality and are unsure about whether it is supported, please review our online help you contact support so we'll be able to handle this.
- Fixed layout API, implemented to be 100% PDF specification compatible, it unlocks full power of the PDF for you. Any complex PDF creation or manipulation task can be completed instantly.
- Flow layout API, a styles-driven content generation API similar to HTML+CSS provides you with ability to create stunning documents, reports, bills, catalogues an more in minutes. Compact and easy to use, supports creation of XML templates and much more.
Free support and product documentation are also available, check out our code samples.
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