April 2nd, 2014, 04:51 AM
E-iceblue Released Free PDF component- Free Spire.PDF for .NET
Summary: E-iceblue released free .NET PDF component–Free Spire.PDF for .NET which offers developer the easiest and most efficient way to create, write, edit, convert, print, handle and read PDF files on any Microsoft .NET applications(ASP.NET, WinForms and Web Service).
Hong Kong, Feb 25, 2014 - E-iceblue, a professional vendor of .NET, Silverlight and WPF components, published a free PDF component –Free Spire.PDF for NET. It is 100% FREE professional PDF component, provide an easy way for developer to create, write, edit, convert, print, handle and read PDF files on any Microsoft .NET applications (ASP.NET, WinForms and Web Service).
As a totally independent .NET PDF class library, Free Spire.PDF for .NET doesn't require Adobe Acrobat or any other third party software/library installed on system.
Free Spire.PDF for .NET supports converting HTML, RTF, XPS, Text and Image to PDF documents with efficient performance. Users can transform PDF to XPS, EMF, JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, Text format.
It offers the facility to merge/split PDF documents and overlay documents. Developers can overlay pages from different PDF documents one over another.
With Security Feature, Free Spire.PDF for .NET can protect PDF documents by setting passwords and digital signature. User password and owner password can determine the encrypted PDF documents readability, modifiability, printability and other selective restrictions. Meanwhile, digital signature, as a more effective method, can be applied to safeguard and authenticate PDF documents.
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E-iceblue Co., Ltd. is a vendor of .NET, Silverlight and WPF development components. The goal of e-iceblue is always to offer high-quality components for reading and writing different formats of office files.
April 2nd, 2014, 05:40 AM
Re: E-iceblue Released Free PDF component- Free Spire.PDF for .NET
So what is the difference between this "Announcement" and the previous one (posted three minutes earlier)?
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