Create and manipulate Adobe PDF documents dynamically with ABCpdf.NET. Extensive documentation includes example code and projects for C#, VB.NET and ASP/ASP.NET developers.
ABCpdf is simple yet powerful. It's designed so you can get up to speed quickly, yet not limit you, should you need precise, low level control over how your PDFs are generated.
It allows you to create pure dynamic PDF documents or to read and modify existing PDF documents. These can either be saved to file or streamed direct to a client browser.
ABCpdf is fast and lightweight. It's been designed specifically for high performance, multithreaded environments like IIS. However if you want to use it in a less demanding environment like a regular application that's fine too.
The ABCpdf documentation is just packed with examples so that you can always tell exactly how to use a method or accomplish a task. If that's not enough for you - we're always on hand and glad to help. If you can't see a good way to do something - just ask...
ABCpdf supports a vast range of image formats including JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, PNG, EXIF, WMF and EMF. It supports multiple frames so you can convert multi-page CCITT or Group 4 Fax TIFFs to PDF documents.
You can either reference fonts, keeping your PDF documents lightweight for distribution on the web. Or for guaranteed fidelity of reproduction you can subset and embed fonts into your PDFs.
There are lots of text settings to allow you precise control over the way that your text is displayed and laid out. Paragraph indent, kerning and tracking, word spacing, line spacing, paragraph spacing and horizontal justification are just some of the settings you can control. And of course it's fully Unicode compliant.
ABCpdf supports HTML and HTML styled text. Import HTML from local or remote web sites. HTML styled text allows easy creation and layout of multi-styled text.
Create encrypted PDFs for secure storage of PDF documents. Use eForm placeholder fields in your template documents to position and lay out dynamically created elements. And much, much more.