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Apitron PDF Rasterizer SDK for .Net v3.0.154

Apitron PDF Rasterizer SDK for .Net v3.0.154
Apitron PDF Rasterizer SDK for .Net v3.0.154

Apitron PDF Rasterizer is a .NET component that performs high-quality conversion from a PDF document to an image. It’s 100% managed, has no third party dependencies and compatible with any .NET framework version currently in long-term support by Microsoft and has simple and transparent royalty-free licensing model. Use you favourite .NET language, C#, VB.NET or other to integrate PDF processing into your web, mobile or desktop applications.

Output formats
We provide conversion to all image formats supported by the regular .NET framework and .NET Core via System.Drawing classes, so you'll be able to export PDF files to BMP, JPG, PNG, TIFF etc. as well as work with these bitmaps on the fly.

Raw color data export is also available, you may render page directly to byte array or integer array for further processing.
For platforms and application types where traditional image classes are not available, we provide you with the ability to export to platform-specific objects like WriteableBitmap or raw data.

PDF versions supported
Supported PDF standard versions are: ALL versions. Files can be normal, linearized, password-protected, signed, PDF/A, PDF/B etc.

The Apitron PDF Rasterizer for .NET library can be used to create cross-platform desktop, mobile, web and cloud solutions. It's suitable for developing:
Apps targeting windows-powered desktop systems (Windows Forms, WPF, Silverlight, console apps, windows services)
Apps deployed to Windows Store and targeting Windows Runtime, Windows 10 UWP, Windows Phone 8.1/10
Mobile and desktop apps utilizing Mono or Xamarin stack and targeting Android, iOS or MacOS
Microsoft Azure deployed apps, "serverless" Azure functions, ASP.NET core web apps, .NET core web apis
.NET core based applications running anywhere, e.g. inside Docker containers or AWS or GCP hosted environment
Apps targeting any system where .NET/MONO implementation exists

We support rendering of the PDF content including:
text (with embedded, externally linked, standard, simple and composite fonts)
text search, highlighting, regions and coordinates extraction (including non-latin alphabets)
images, including masked ones
annotation objects of various types
complex paths and fills
PDF Forms
all blending modes
tiling patterns
shading patterns of type 1,2,3(function-based, axial, radial)
transparency groups(especially useful when you process files created with Adobe Illustrator)
masked content(stencil masks, colorkey masks, softmasks)
all colorspaces specified by PDF (in case of DeviceN we revert to alternative as specified by standard)
PDF bookmarks and page navigation support
redacted content redering mode for secure rendering excluding certain marked areas
search and highlight api for custom viewers implementation
on-device processing, create apps for MacOS, iOS and Android using Xamarin and our component - check samples in our blog
customizable viewer control add-on for windows forms and wpf
complete support for right-to-left content

Processing highlights
Currently our state-of-the-art rendering engine is able to parallel certain computationally intensive drawing operations and also supports advanced features defined by the PDF standard. File processing and parsing is also being done using all available computing cores, so you application scales well when you add them.
We use continuous integration and delivery toolchain including automated testing environment that checks the component’s integrity daily and helps us to quickly detect and fix possible issues. Thousands of tests were created in order to guarantee quality results and give you the most reliable tool for your business and this test base is growing. Custom internally developed test kits help our QA department to stay well-armed.

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