PD4ML.NET is a 100% managed code port of PD4ML conversion library, which
allows you to create Adobe PDF documents on the fly from HTML documents or
PD4ML.NET is encapsulated in an easy-to-deploy set of DLLs and it does not
rely on any unsafe native components (like MS Internet Explorer renderer): it is
based on proprietary HTML rendering engine, optimized for PDF layout generation.
The rendering engine implements most of HTML4/CSS2 standard features plus a
number of custom PDF-generation-specific functions: pagination control,
headers/footers generation, watermarking, TOC generation etc.
PDF reporting does not require an utilization of complex report generators
anymore. You create an HTML/ASP based report with images, charts, form elements
and PD4ML.NET does the rest for you.
PD4ML.NET allows you to easily embed word processor documents, spreadsheets,
and rich media content as attachments to the resulting PDF documents.
The component can be used from any .NET 1.1/2.0/3.x application (Windows
forms, ASP.NET Web sites or command line tools), even if the application run
under Mono framework on Linux platform.
- Convert an URL or HTML string to a PDF file or byte stream.
- Set PDF page format and orientation
- Control page margins
- Define PDF headers and footers in HTML (including images and page
- Embed and use True Type and Open Type fonts.
- Support most of Asian, Middle-East, European and Latin character
- Generate external and internal hyperlinks
- Control header/footer appearance on selected pages
- Embed attachments
- Switch PDF encryption on and assign document security restrictions
- Generate PDF bookmarks
- Generate table of contents based on <H1>-<H6> structure
- Customize page background
- Watermark pages
- Override hardcoded document style with additional CSS style sheets
- Provide basic support for PDF forms
The rich set of features and the robustness of the managed code makes
PD4ML famous as a perfect PDF generation solution for server-side and
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