Bytescout.PDF 1.16.88

.NET library to write / read / modify / sign / linearize (fast-web-view) / optimize PDF.
Bytescout.PDF is a .NET library that you can use when you want to write, modify, sign, fill, optimize PDF documents from .NET programming languages ASP.NET, Visual Basic.NET, C#.

Main features:

  • Full set of methods and properties (Bytescout.PDF namespace) to create documents (completely new documents or using existing PDF documents) with ability to draw on the page of existing PDF document
  • Font embedding (Type1, TrueType) including Unicode support
  • PNG, JPEG, TIFF, JBIG2, CCITT Fax images and image compression modes support
  • Linearization support (PDF documents web optimization - documents are loaded faster)
  • PDF optimization support (internal structure of the document is optimized to reduce file size)
  • Security options (document permissions) and 40 bit, 128 bit and 128 AES encryption support
  • Digital signature support (see sample) including signing of existing documents
  • Threads and beads support
  • Built-in EMF to PDF conversion engine including support for EMF images produced by virtual EMF printers
  • 40 bits, 128 bits, 128 bits AES security options, password protection options (demo)
  • Ability to handle produced PDF document in memory without need for temporary files and provide on-the-fly generation directly into memory stream(requires additional Web License)
  • Ability to split, merge, extract pages from PDF document and append to an another document using pages manager class

last updated on:
November 25th, 2010, 0:20 GMT
file size:
12.4 MB
price:
$445.00
 
developed by:
ByteScout
license type:
Demo 
operating system(s):
Windows All
category:
C: \ Programming \ Components & Libraries

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What's New in This Release:
  • problem with images in visual signature fixed
  • GetTextWidth() was returning incorrect values, fixed
  • SetThumbnail(ImageIndex) added so you can set thumbnail for a page to a different image (works for Adobe Reader 8 and lower)
  • new function AcroForm.RenameControl( String OldName, String NewName ) that can be used to rename the control
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