New Versions of DynamicPDF for .NET

New Versions of DynamicPDF for .NET

ceTe Software announced the release of DynamicPDF Generator v3.0 for .NET and DynamicPDF Merger v3.0 for .NET. Both are class libraries used to create and manipulate PDF documents programmatically, and enable software developers to provide PDF content dynamically from enterprise applications for presentation, distribution, or archiving. Both are available with flexible licensing, including royalty-free developer licensing and server-based licensing.

 DynamicPDF Generator v3.0 for .NET is a third-generation class library used by software developers to programmatically create PDF documents. It offers an extensible object model. This version adds such new features as Unicode support, enhanced image handling, and document templating.

 Using DynamicPDF Generator, PDF documents can be generated to a file, Web Form, or Stream object. Document encryption and security is supported to ensure that documents are not modified once they are distributed. The product is contained in a managed .NET assembly and is written natively in .NET. A free Community Edition of this product is available on the ceTe Software Web site.

 DynamicPDF Merger v3.0 for .NET is a class library that allows developers to programmatically merge, split, stamp, form-fill, and personalize existing PDF documents. It includes and extends the DynamicPDF Generator v3.0 for .NET object model and allows full access to its features, making it possible to add new content to any PDF document.

 Using DynamicPDF Merger, PDF documents can be read from a file, database, or Stream object. The product is contained in a managed .NET assembly and is written natively in .NET. A free evaluation edition of this product is available on the ceTe Software Web site.

 

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