DynamicPDF Core Suite for .NET Releases v7.0, Packaging Generator for .NET, ReportWriter for .NET and Merger for .NET into one PDF Library

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ceTe Software announces a new version of the DynamicPDF product line that specializes in providing the .NET development community with components and tools for real-time PDF generation, manipulation, printing and more.

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DynamicPDF Core Suite for .NET

Version 7.0 is a major release incorporating many new features to the already packed PDF Library. Along with 22 other supported barcodes, version 7 adds support for the 2-dimensional QR Barcode. Form flattening has been revamped in version 7 and can now be achieved using just one line of C# or VB.NET code. Dynamically extract text from an existing PDF document using the new Text Extraction feature of the PDF API. Improvements to the barcode rendering will now yield barcodes of the same high quality with a decrease in file size resulting in a substantial increase in efficiency.

The DynamicPDF product line offers .NET software developers solutions to their application’s PDF needs. They can easily create, merge, fill, stamp, append print convert rasterized and view PDF documents from within any C# or VB.NET code. All products are available with flexible licensing; some products include royalty-free developer licensing, server-based licensing or workstation-based licensing. Fully functional and never expiring evaluation versions are available for download freely on the company website.

DynamicPDF Core Suite for .NET

DynamicPDF Core Suite for .NET bundles several DynamicPDF components, and makes them available at a reduced cost (when compared to purchasing them separately). Core Suite seamlessly integrates several related .NET tools into one assembly for easy development and deployment. The Core Suite includes DynamicPDF Generator to create PDFs in .NET (C# or VB.NET), DynamicPDF Merger to merge PDFs in .NET or fill PDFs in .NET, DynamicPDF ReportWriter to easily generate .NET PDF reports.

DynamicPDF Generator for .NET (Create PDFs in .NET)

DynamicPDF Generator for .NET is a .NET PDF API that can be used by C# and VB.NET developers to create PDF documents from their applications programmatically. Build PDF documents with an API that is straight forward and easy to use. With DynamicPDF Generator, generate PDF documents straight to a file, byte array, Web Form, or System.IO.Stream object. The assembly is 100% managed and uses only safe code. A free Evaluation version of Generator is available on the company website.

DynamicPDF Merger for .NET (PDF Interaction in .NET)

DynamicPDF Merger for .NET allows C# and VB.NET developers to interact with existing PDF documents from within their .NET code (C# or VB.NET). It can be used to append entire PDF documents or selected pages, stamp or watermark any existing PDF with text or images, split PDF documents into smaller documents, decrypt PDF documents or add encryption, clip, scale, and rotate the PDF pages, and much more. A free Evaluation version of Merger is available on the company website.

DynamicPDF ReportWriter for .NET (Create PDF Reports in .NET)

DynamicPDF ReportWriter for .NET allows .NET developers to easily create PDF report. Using an included WYSIWYG designer, developers can layout the look and feel of the report (headers, body, footers) and database information and let ReportWriter take care of the rest. A free Evaluation version of ReportWriter is available on the company website.

About ceTe Software

ceTe Software has been developing quality software components and applications for customers since 1997. Their DynamicPDF product line has proven their commitment to delivering powerful yet easy to use libraries and their ability to respond to the changing needs of software developers. ceTe Software is located in Columbia, Maryland, USA and their website is http://www.dynamicpdf.com/.

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Robert Watkins, info(at)cete(dot)com, +1 410.772.8620

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