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EVO HTML to PDF Converter is the most accurate tool you can use to convert HTML to PDF in your applications
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EVO HTML to PDF Converter for .NET

EVO HTML to PDF Converter for .NET is a library that can be easily integrated and distributed in your ASP.NET and MVC
HTML to PDF Converter for .NET combines the powerful printer friendly PDF format with the flexibility of the HTML format into a great tool for creating nicely formatted and easily maintainable PDF reports and documents. The built-in support for converting SVG helps to create high quality vector graphics and text rendering effects in PDF. Now you can easily use your charting and graphics web components to create charts and graphics in PDF.eb sites, desktop applications, Windows services and Azure cloud services to convert web pages, HTML strings and streams to PDF, to images or to SVG and to create nicely formatted and easily maintainable PDF reports and documents. The converter has full support for HTML5, CSS3, SVG, Canvas, Web Fonts and JavaScript. Does not require installation or any third party tools.

Accurate HTML to PDF Conversion. Easy Integration

EVO HTML to PDF Converter for .NET offers full support for HTML tags, CSS styles, SVG vector graphics, Canvas, Web Fonts, JavaScript, page breaks control with CSS styles, repeating HTML table header and footer in PDF pages, live URLs and internal links in PDF, automatically generated hierarchical bookmarks and table of contents, HTML in the headers and footers. The library is much more than a HTML to PDF converter. You can also use it to easily merge, split, edit and fill existing PDF documents.

Features:

Easy integration, no installation or setup is required on server
Designed and tested for multithreaded environments
Does not require IE WebBrowser or any third party tools
Compatible with .NET 2.0, .NET 4.0 and .NET 4.5 frameworks
Compatible with Windows Azure Cloud applications
Can be deployed on the server by simple xcopy deployment
Works both in 32-bit and 64-bit environments
Convert web pages, HTML strings to PDF files or in memory
Convert web pages, HTML strings to raster image formats
Convert web pages, HTML strings to SVG vector images
Support for HTML5 features like CSS3, SVG and Web Fonts
Convert HTML with SVG and Web Fonts to PDF
Different styles for screen and print using @media rules
Merge multiple web pages into the single PDF document
Convert only a selected part of the HTML document
Generate PDF/A and PDF/X compliant documents
Generate CMYK and Gray Scale PDF documents
Full support for Unicode and right to left languages
Set PDF page size to a standard (A4, etc.) or a custom size
Set PDF page orientation and PDF document margins
Set JPEG compression level for images in PDF document
Add HTML content and page numbers in header and footer
Add page numbering in header and footer HTML
Control header and footer visibility in each PDF page
Add header and footer to existing PDF documents
Auto resize header and footer to adapt to content
Control page breaks in PDF using standard CSS styles
Control page breaks in PDF using API
'Keep Together' feature with page-break-inside:avoid
Avoid page breaks inside HTML elements using API
Option to avoid cutting off images between PDF pages
Add content in PDF pages background during conversion
Add content over PDF page main content during conversion
Repeat the HTML table header and footer in PDF pages
Place and resize the HTML content anywhere in a PDF page
Shrink or stretch the HTML content to fit the PDF page
Automatically resize the PDF page to fit the HTML content
Convert HTTP links from HTML to HTTP links in PDF
Convert internal links from HTML to internal links in PDF
Auto create a bookmarks hierarchy from heading tags
Select in HTML the elements to bookmark
Select in API the elements to bookmark
Auto create a table of contents from heading tags
Define in HTML the elements to include in table of contents
Auto create a live PDF form from a HTML form
Define in HTML the elements to become fields in PDF form
Get the location in PDF for a set of selected HTML elements
Embed true type fonts into the rendered PDF for portability
Append or prepend external PDF files to conversion result
Password protect and set permissions of the PDF document
Add a digital signature to generated PDF document
Set the PDF document properties like title, subject, etc.
Enable or disable JavaScript during conversion
HTTP authentication support (IIS Windows Authentication)
Use current user credentials for NTLM authentication
Support for access through a HTTP or SOCKS Proxy
Access the HTML page with GET or POST HTTP methods
Add HTTP headers when the HTML page is requested
Add cookies when the HTML page is requested
Execute a JavaScript when the PDF document is opened
Go to a page when the PDF document is opened
Open the print dialog when the PDF document is opened
Set the zoom level when the PDF document is opened
Support for Flash and other extensions
Add file links and attachments to generated PDF document
Add text notes to generated PDF document
Add watermarks and stamps to generated PDF document
Add graphic elements to generated PDF document
Add image elements to generated PDF document
Add text elements to generated PDF document
Edit existing PDF document
Merge multiple PDF documents in a single PDF document
Split a PDF document in multiple PDF documents
Fill PDF forms and save the filled PDF document
C# and VB.NET samples for ASP.NET, Windows Forms
Sample code for ASP.NET MVC with Razor engine
Sample code for a Windows Azure Cloud Service
Full documentation for all the product features
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EVO HTML to PDF Converter for .NET - Accurate HTML to PDF Conversion. Easy Integration.

EVO HTML to PDF Converter for .NET offers full support for HTML tags, CSS styles, SVG vector graphics, Canvas, Web Fonts, JavaScript, page breaks control with CSS styles, repeating HTML table header and footer in PDF pages, live URLs and internal links in PDF, automatically generated hierarchical bookmarks and table of contents, HTML in the headers and footers. The library is much more than a HTML to PDF converter. You can also use it to easily merge, split, edit and fill existing PDF documents.

EVO HTML to PDF Converter library for .NET can be easily integrated into any type of .NET application, either ASP.NET web sites, Windows Forms and WPF applications or Windows Azure Cloud services to convert URLs, HTML strings and streams, SVG vector graphics to a PDF document or to an image. You can use the converter as a general purpose tool for converting web pages and HTML code to PDF documents and images or you can use it as a powerful tool to instantly create nicely formatted and easily maintainable PDF reports directly from existing HTML reports.

The converter offers full support for HTML tags, CSS styles, SVG vector graphics, page breaks control with CSS styles, automatically repeated HTML table header on each PDF page, live URLs and internal links in PDF, automatically generated bookmarks, HTML in the headers and footers, Unicode and right to left text,  PDF merge, split and edit.

The HTML to PDF Converter is not using a printer driver, does not require any third party tools, installation or any  setup on the server. The same assembly works both in 32-bit and 64-bit environments and xcopy deployment on the server is supported. The library is compatible with .NET 2.0, .NET 3.5, .NET 4.0, .NET 4.5 frameworks and with Windows Azure Cloud platform.

The library was designed and tested to work reliably in multithreaded environments and to completely release all the resources used during conversion after each conversion. This makes it suitable for usage in high traffic ASP.NET websites and services running a long period of time without interruption.

The product archive that you can download from our website contains the product binaries, documentation and an extensive set of samples for ASP.NET, Windows Forms and Windows Azure Cloud for .NET 2.0 and .NET 4.0 both in C# and VB.NET.
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EVO PDF Viewer Control for Windows Forms and WPF

EVO PDF Viewer Control for Windows Forms and WPF can be linked into any Windows Forms application to add PDF visualization and manipulation capabilities to your application. With EVO PDF Viewer for Windows Forms and WPF you can display a PDF from a specified file, navigate the document, print the documents, etc. The integration is extremely easy. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required.

Features:

.NET user control and C# samples
 Display PDF documents from files 
 Display PDF documents from streams 
 Navigate and print documents
 Allow to set PDF security options to disable printing or copying 
 Royalty free development libraries and samples
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EVO PDF Viewer Control for ASP.NET

EVO PDF Viewer control for ASP.NET can be linked into any ASP.NET application to add PDF visualization and manipulation capabilities to your ASP.NET application. With EVO PDF Viewer for ASP.NET you can display a PDF from a specified URL or from stream of bytes into the client browser. The integration is extremely easy. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required on the client computer.

Features:

ASP.NET server control and C# samples
 Display a PDF document given as a stream of bytes
 Display PDF documents from a specified URL 
 Allow clients to navigate and print the document from browser
 Allow to set PDF security options to disable printing or copying 
 Royalty free development libraries and samples
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EVO PDF Images Extractor

The EVO PDF Images Extractor can be used in any type of .NET application to extract images from a PDF document. The integration with existing .NET applications is extremely easy and no installation is necessary. The downloaded archive contains the assembly for .NET and a ready to use sample console application. The full C# source code for the sample application is available in the Samples folder. The extractor produces .NET Bitmap objects during conversion that you can save in image files or use for further processing.

Features:

 .NET development library and C# samples
 Extract images from PDF streams or PDF files
 Extract images in file or in internal memory
 Specify the extracted image format (bmp, png, jpeg, etc)
 Does not require Adobe Reader or other third party tools 
 Generate ImageExtracted events after each image extraction
 The ImageExtracted event handler receives the extracted Bitmap object
 The ImageExtracted event handler receives the PDF page number
 Specify the range of pages to be extracted
 Extract images from password protected PDF documents

Code Sample

The code below was taken from the command line sample available for download in the PDF Images Extractor archive. In this sample an instance of the PdfImgExtract class is constructed and the images extractor object properties are set based on the command line arguments. Then the ExtractImages method is called to extract the images from the source PDF document to disk. The ImageExtractedEvent handler will simply display a brief information about the extracted image like the PDF page number from where the image was extracted and the extracted image size in pixels.
        public void PdfImgExtractSample()
        {
            // create pdf images extractor object
            PdfImgExtract pdfImgExtractor = new PdfImgExtract();

            // set converter options
            pdfImgExtractor.UserPassword = userPassword; //PDF open password
            pdfImgExtractor.ExtractImageFormat = imgFormat; // output image format
            pdfImgExtractor.StartPageNumber = 1; //extract starting from first page
            pdfImgExtractor.EndPageNumber = 0; //extract from all pages
            pdfImgExtractor.ExtractPath = "."; //extract to working directory
            pdfImgExtractor.ExtractPrefix = "pdfimage_"; //image name prefix

            // notify when a new image was extracted
            pdfImgExtractor.ImageExtractedEvent += 
                new ImageExtractedEventHandler(pdfImgExtractor_ImageExtractedEvent);

            pdfImgExtractor.ExtractImages(srcPdfFile, true);
        }

        /// <summary>
        /// ImageExtractedEvent handler called each time a new image is extracted
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="args">The event handler argument</param>
        static void pdfImgExtractor_ImageExtractedEvent(ImageExtractedEventArgs args)
        {
            System.Drawing.Bitmap extractedBitmap = args.ExtractedBitmap;
            int pageNumber = args.PageNumber;
            Console.WriteLine(String.Format("Page {0} - extracted image size:
                {1}x{2}", 
                pageNumber, extractedBitmap.Width, extractedBitmap.Height));
        }
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EVO PDF Security Library

The EVO PDF security for .NET can be used in any type of application to manage the security settings of the PDF documents. You can encrypt the PDF content, add user and owner passwords, control the PDF document permissions for printing, copying, assembling, filling forms, editing content, editing annotations, etc or you can specify the length of the encryption key to 40 or 128 bits, remove all the security settings by providing the user or owner password. If you need a simple ready to use tool for combining your PDF documents and images we offer you a command line utility. The integration is extremely easy and no additional installation is necessary in order to get started. It's just a .NET assembly that you have to reference in your application. Samples are available in the downloaded archive.

Features:

Easy integration, no installation or setup is necessary on the server
 Delivered as a single strong named .NET assembly (can be installed in GAC)
 Can be deployed on the server by simple copy (xcopy deployment support)
 Can be used from ASP.NET, Windows Forms, WPF, Web Service or Console applications 
 The same assembly can be used both on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows servers
 Secure PDF documents from files and streams
 Save secured document in memory or in file
 Command line sample with full C# source code 
 Set user and owner passwords
 Encrypt PDF document content
 40 and 128 bit encryption keys
 Set PDF document permissions (print, edit, copy)
 Remove PDF document security settings based on user or owner password

Code Sample

1: PdfSecurityOptions securityOptions = new PdfSecurityOptions();
2:  
3: securityOptions.CanAssembleDocument = canAssembleDocument;
4: securityOptions.CanCopyContent = canCopyContent;
5: securityOptions.CanEditAnnotations = canEditAnnotations;
6: securityOptions.CanEditContent = canEditContent;
7: securityOptions.CanFillFormFields = canFillFormFields;
8: securityOptions.CanPrint = canPrint;
9: securityOptions.KeySize = keySize;
10: securityOptions.UserPassword = userPassword;
11: securityOptions.OwnerPassword = ownerPassword;
12:  
13: PdfSecurityManager securityManager = new PdfSecurityManager(securityOptions);
14:  
15: if (removeSecurity)
16:     securityManager.SaveUnSecuredPdfToFile(srcPdfFile, outFile, removeSecurityPswd);
17: else
18:     securityManager.SaveSecuredPdfToFile(srcPdfFile, outFile);
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EVO PDF Split Library

With EVO PDF Split for .NET you can extract a range of pages from a PDF document or you can split the PDF document in a number of chunks, each chunk containing a specified number of pages. The integration is extremely easy and no additional installation is necessary in order to get started. It's just a .NET assembly that you have to reference in your application. If you need a ready to use tool for splitting and extracting your PDF documents you can use our simple command line utility.

Features:

Easy integration, no installation or setup is necessary on the server
 Delivered as a single strong named .NET assembly (can be installed in GAC)
 Can be deployed on the server by simple copy (xcopy deployment support)
 Can be used from ASP.NET, Windows Forms, WPF, Web Service or Console applications 
 The same assembly can be used both on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows servers
 Split PDF documents from files and streams
 Save extracted documents in memory or in files
 Command line sample with full C# source code 
 Extract a range of pages from a PDF document
 Get number of pages of a PDF document
 Split in sections of the specified length

Code Sample

1: PDFSplitManager splitManager = new PDFSplitManager();
2:  
3: if (repeatToEnd)
4:     splitManager.ExtractPagesFromFileToFile(srcPdfFile, outFile,startPageNumber,
                                        splitPageCount, true);
5: else
6:     splitManager.ExtractPagesFromFileToFile(srcPdfFile, outFile,startPageNumber, 
                                        splitPageCount, repeatCount);
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EVO PDF Merge Library

With EVO PDF Merge library for .NET you can you can combine existing PDF documents and images in a single PDF document. The integration is extremely easy and no additional installation is necessary in order to get it working.If you need a simple ready to use tool for combining your PDF documents and images we offer you a command line utility. It allows you to specify the merge elements in any order with a simple syntax.

Features:

 Easy integration, no installation or setup is necessary on the server
 Delivered as a single strong named .NET assembly (can be installed in GAC)
 Can be deployed on the server by simple copy (xcopy deployment support)
 Can be used from ASP.NET, Windows Forms, WPF, Web Service or Console applications 
 The same assembly can be used both on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows servers
 Command line and Windows Forms samples with full C# source code
 Merge PDF documents from files and streams
 Get number of pages of a PDF document
 Specify the range of PDF pages to be merged from each PDF document
 Save merged document in memory or in file
 Merge PDF bookmarks
 Set compression level of the resulted PDF document
 Set merged document info (title, author, creation date)
 Password protect the merged document
 Set merged document rights for print, copy, assembling

Code Sample

1:           PdfDocumentOptions pdfDocumentOptions = new PdfDocumentOptions();
2:  
3:           pdfDocumentOptions.PdfCompressionLevel = PDFCompressionLevel.Normal;
4:           pdfDocumentOptions.PdfPageSize =  PdfPageSize.A4;
5:           pdfDocumentOptions.PdfPageOrientation = PDFPageOrientation.Portrait;
6:  
7:           PDFMerge pdfMerge = new PDFMerge(pdfDocumentOptions);
8:  
9:           pdfMerge.AppendPDFFile(pdfFilePath);
10:          pdfMerge.AppendImageFile(imageFilePath);
11: 
12:          pdfMerge.AppendEmptyPage();
13:          
14:  
15:          pdfMerge.SaveMergedPDFToFile(outFile);
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