Progress Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC
The document model of PdfProcessing for ASP.NET MVC is completely independent from external libraries or UI. Users are able to process PDF documents even without having any external library installed on the client or server.
The digital signature feature enables you to sign and validate PDF documents.
Defines the outline of other content elements like images and paths.
Associate an object with a location on a page of the PDF document.
Define a particular view of a document.
Support for different types of both.
Support for the standard PDF fonts, Type0, Type1, CIDFontType2, TrueType and more.
Provide options for changing the properties of the different elements in the document elements so you can achieve a unique look.
Protect your PDF content with or without using a password.
Combine pages of multiple PDF documents into a single PDF file.
The API exposes functionality for exporting PDF files with unmatched performance and minimized memory footprint. Extremely useful when you need to add content to an existing document, merge or split documents.
Converting to plain text is very useful for indexing purposes, e.g. if you want a “search” function in a bunch of PDFs.
Empower your users to edit the PDF document and digitally sign it. Simply insert textboxes, radio-buttons, listboxes and other interactive controls available in the RadPdfProcessing.
Create, add or remove a page in a PDF document. Change the page size, orientation and more of its properties.
To insert content in a way that flows on the page in the fixed PDF format, use the RadPdfProcessing blocks, tables and lists.
Decode images on demand for higher performance. The API allows you to obtain the encoded image data without compromising the image quality when saving the document.
Describe the geometry of a 2D shape. Geometry descriptions enable you to draw a variety of shapes in PDF documents.
To optimize the size of a PDF, leverage Form XObjects. They enable you to bundle elements like text, images, vectors and more within a PDF file and reuse the content throughout the document.