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Posted on Tuesday, May 07, 2013 at 11:33 PM
HTML format is simple and easy to use and allows to create complex reports from the raw data with a minimum of effort. But the appearance of HTML documents can be quite different depending on the browser. Also HTML documents do not have any protection. Therefore, the best choice for the provision of important reports to end users is a PDF document. Appearance of the PDF document is always the same and does not depend on the viewing software and security measures can be easily added to a PDF document.
When a developer creates an application or site, he can create a PDF document manually to understand the format specification, but it is a very long and laborious process. On the other side, the developer can use ready-made libraries for working with the PDF. One of these solutions is Elerium HTML to PDF .NET component.
Elerium HTML to PDF .NET
component, new release 2.5 has been introduced by Elerium Software. It has several important changes:...
Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 12:12 AM
Elerium HTML to PDF .NET
component, new release 2.4 has been introduced by Elerium Software.
Elerium HTML to PDF .NET
is a professional component that can be used in any type of .NET (C#, VB.NET) projects, either ASP.NET web sites or WinForms application. The component is able to convert HTML to PDF as a file or as a stream. Elerium HTML to PDF .NET offers full support for tables, styles, graphs, images, hyperlinks, fonts etc.
The component is based on .NET Framework and compatible with .NET 2.0 and higher. Elerium HTML to PDF .NET
component is absolutely independent and does not require any additional components or libraries. The installation package contains C# and VB.NET samples for quick start. Developers can easily add the component to their projects and start to convert HTML to PDF.
Elerium HTML to PDF .NET key features
- Direction of conversion:
-HTML / HTMLX to PDF
Posted on Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 11:53 PM
I wish to create a flip book from a PDF document .I want to embed this code in HTML Tag.
I am new to programming and want a little help on this one .
This just a small part of my college project where in the PDF Files can be converted to a more attractive Flip Book for Viewing purpose.
Posted on Monday, September 06, 2010 at 10:23 PM
Manuals are often distributed as PDF files. Help information are usually available in the CHM format. Many programmers find the MSDN Library indispensable. And we all cannot do without the Web.
Bookmark Docs lets you quickly and easily "bookmark" any places in PDF, CHM, MSDN documents
and then return to them whenever you need, and do all that in a unified manner.
Supported applications: Adobe Reader, Adobe Acrobat, CHM Viewer, MSDN Document Explorer, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome.
Posted on Sunday, August 09, 2009 at 8:09 PM
The situation is that a friend of mine came to me the other day with a great deal of upset. At the beginning she kept silent without a word, later, she seemed to break out with a blast of anger: “Yuki, what’s that? I’m so naive, silly, or even absurd!” “Well, ah, what happened?” I didn’t know how to response to such a caw stirred with rage! “I, myself, stupidly set the password to a very important PDF document I finished today, yet I forgot the password! When I finished the job, I was just happy and curious about the security settings, I set a password widely, later when I tried to open, oh my God, I can’t! I can’t remember the password set by myself! How silly, and, the password is not simple!”
This friend of mine is new to PDF document but I’m familiar with it. After the talk that day, I told her to try some software programs to recover the passwords, she followed my instructions, and rescued her a whole month’s work! Well, there are so many software tools to recover PDF passwords and I would introduce some terrific programs to friends who are like the friend of mine that are not familiar with PDF password recovery tools...
Posted on Tuesday, March 17, 2009 at 1:07 AM
What is CUPS-PDF
CUPS-PDF acts as a virtual printer but instead of printing hard copies of your files, it prints PDF files as output. It appears as a printer under printer list on your machine, and if you select that you would get a pdf file as output. That means you can use it as a pdf converter utility.
Installation steps on SUSE 64-bit
1. Download CUPS-PDF software from (in tar.gz format) http://www.physik.uni-wuerzburg.de/~vrbehr/cups-pdf/download.shtml
At this time of writing, latest available version is 2.5.0 (cups-pdf_2.5.0.tar.gz)
2. Unzip this in a temp folder
tar xvfz cups-pdf_2.5.0.tar.gz
3. Goto cups-pdf-2.5.0/src folder and compile CUPS-PDF source:
gcc -O9 -s -o cups-pdf cups-pdf.c
4. Previous step will create executable file cups-pdf
in src folder. Copy cups-pdf file to /usr/lib64/cups/backend