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Best Open Source .Net Pdf Library ((FREE))


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Best Open Source .Net Pdf Library ((FREE))


PDF Clown is an open-source general-purpose library for manipulating PDF documents through multiple abstraction layers, rigorously adhering to PDF 1.7 Specification (ISO 32000-1). Available for Java and .NET platforms.


I would stay away from PDF.Flow. They claim on the home page PDF.Flow is an open source library but if you dig deeper you find out it really is not. What kind of people/companies do this other than scammers


PDFSharp is an open source, lightweight library for reading, modifying, and writing PDF documents. It is written in C# and supports the Windows platform. PDFSharp can be used to convert HTML code to a PDF file.


After analyzing the pros and the cons of each library, it can be concluded that IronPDF is the best among all the listed PDF libraries. It has the power to convert very complex HTML pages with lengthy CSS styling to a PDF document. IronPDF is easy to install because it offers three different ways of installation. You don't need to install any third-party package or executable files to use IronPDF, and it is a standalone PDF-component library. It is compatible with all the latest operating systems and .NET frameworks, making it very useful in all platforms. IronPDF uses advanced technologies and is updated regularly to provide improved performance. IronPDF also allows developers to create PDF documents in just a few lines of code. It also provides classes and methods for modifying, reading, and editing PDF files. It can also generate PDF documents from HTML strings.


As always, if you have any technical questions, you can contact support with your valid support subscription or head over to one of our community support pages on Stack Overflow to see if your question has already been answered for our open source AGPL users.


There is a large range of PDF-related software available with many different applications available that can both output to and open files. Many open source software save documents to this format such as LibreOffice and GIMP.


The purpose of this article is to recommend free and open source PDF development libraries. We are not considering PDF editors, PDF viewers, tools that add an OCR layer to PDF files here. This is because these categories are covered by other articles in our Best Free and Open Source series.


The objective of this page is to build a comprehensive list of open source C++ libraries, so that when one needs an implementation of particular functionality, one needn't to waste time searching on web (DuckDuckGo, Google, Bing etc.).


If you know a library that might be useful to others, please add a link to it here. There are no restrictions on what can be included except that the source of the library must be readily available to download.


The original. One of the more well established PDF libraries in C#. Most versions of iTextSharp (now iText as of version 7) are covered by the AGPL. This is quite an 'aggressive' license that cannot be used for commercial purposes unless you also release your entire source code as source available (controversial take, I don't really consider AGPL open source) under the AGPL, or buy a commercial license.


docnet wraps the PDFium C++ library used by Chromium. It provides a C# API for the functionality available in the C++ library. This MIT licensed wrapper wraps the Apache 2.0 licensed PDFium code so is properly open source.


We reviewed a few of the options available to a developer looking to read text from a PDF in C# on .NET Core. There's some difficulty finding proper open-source, rather than commercial or copyleft licensed software to achieve this task.


In the end, our own difficulties with creating a high-quality PDF and scaling production led us to create DocRaptor. We thought we could help other developers from wasting time and energy as we did. That said, many DocRaptor users have tried an open-source tool before switching to DocRaptor. You should review all your potential solutions.






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