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e-iceblue to launch PDF creation component for .NET

March 14, 2011

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e-iceblue Co., Ltd., a provider of components for .NET applications and Microsoft Visual Studio, has announced that it will soon launch Spire.PDF, its PDF creation component for .NET applications. e-iceblue already provides XLS, DOC and Office components for integration with .NET applications.

Spire.PDF for .NET is a PDF creation component that enables the .NET applications to read, write and manipulate the PDF documents without any need for Adobe Acrobat. Spire.PDF is built in C# and it does not require any external libraries. It can be either deployed on the server-side (e.g., via ASP.NET) or used with Windows Forms applications. The newly created PDF document will either be saved to the disk or streamed to the client browser or Windows Forms.

Spire.PDF for .NET also offers additional functions such as embedding fonts, drawing shapes, loading images to PDF and importing data to PDF.

e-iceblue has launched an introduction webpage on Spire.PDF for .NET at Spire.PDF for .NET

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