Aspose.Pdf is a .NET PDF component to write PDF documents without using Adobe Acrobat. It supports form field creation, document, text and page properties, color space, text, heading, and attachment settings. It lets you create PDF documents by using its API with XML templates and XSL-FO files. It also converts HTML, XSL-FO, and MS Word to PDF. Other features include image formats and security features, hyperlinks, the ability to add footnotes, automatic fitting to content in a table, decimal Tab stops, HTML tags, and keeping paragraphs together when breaking pages.
|Tags||HTML PDF word .NET Word to PDF BindFO inline HTML Memory Management|
|Licenses||Evaluation License Developer Enterprise License Developer OEM License Site Enterprise License Site OEM License|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS Unix Linux Windows|
|Implementation||C# .Net VB.NET|
Release Notes: This release added support for converting XFA forms to standard forms. In order to cater for this requirement, the values from an enumeration named FormType can be passed to the Document.Form.Type property. Developers can now use a single approach to set access privileges when creating new PDF documents or manipulating existing PDF files. Moreover, adding layers to PDF documents and getting the destination URL of a hyperlink in PDF documents are also supported. It also enhanced PDF to image conversion, saving PDF files in a particular PDF version, deleting images from PDF files, and much more.
Release Notes: This releases the ability to create subsequent files with body contents only when converting multi-page PDF to HTML format. Printing PDFs with Windows services, support for resource loading callbacks for HTML to PDF conversion, converting PDF files to PDF/A_3b compliant format, XML to FDF conversion, XSL-FO to PDF with new DOM, digitally signing PDF with timestamp server support, and several other great features are also part of this release. It also enhanced PDF to TIFF conversion, working with annotations, and much more.
Release Notes: This release added support for determining PDF generation progress and introduced a new feature for controlling image quality when adding a stamp. When adding metadata to PDF files, developers can create/register a new metadata namespace with a prefix. A new property was introduced to provide an option to render table in a new PDF page. Numerous improvements were made in PDF to HTML conversion, HTML to PDF conversion, image to PDF and PDF to image conversion, stamping PDF files, manipulating text inside PDF documents, PDF to XPS conversion, and various other features.
Release Notes: This release now supports simple and advanced PDF to HTML conversion. The simplest conversion of PDF to HTML can be accomplished with two lines of code, and the output can be displayed in a Web browser. Other features introduced in this release are the conversion of MHT to PDF format, extracting signature information from digitally signed PDF file, exporting PDF bookmarks to an XML file, performance improvements for PDF concatenation, and several other enhancements.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new feature which lets you convert PDF documents to XML (MobiXML) and a feature to determine whether the source PDF file is signed. As shown on the blog page, you can verify whether the source PDF file is signed without providing the signature name. This release enhances the features PDF-to-DOC conversion, customization in saving and referencing images during PDF-to-HTML conversion, PDF-to-image conversion, PDF-to-PDF/A conversion, and image-to-PDF conversion.