TallComponents has announced that its new .NET component for converting web content (i.e., HTML) into PDF has finally left the beta phase and been released as WebToPDF.NET 2.0.
"Why 2.0?" I hear you cry, and well you might ask. From the TallComponents website, it looks as though WebToPDF 1.x was the terminology used to refer to the just-completed beta version of the product. OK, so the first commercial release of the product is called "version 2.0". That's OK. After spending 18 months in beta with regular updates, it sort of feels right to call it version 2.0 anyway.
Written in C#, WebToPDF.NET doesn't rely on third party products such as internet browsers or printer drivers, and is compliant with the HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0, XHTML 1.1 and CSS 2.1 W3C standards. It allows users to define headers and footers, include page numbers, and automatically converts links, web forms and submit actions into PDF equivalents. Users can also configure output PDF features, such as document information, password security and viewer preferences.
Interested parties can download an evaluation package or find out more about the product from the official product page.
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