Foxit PDF GENERATOR for .NET SDK
add PDF generation to any .NET application (C# or VB.NET)
Developer based licensing is intended for developers who wish to distribute our software to a large number of clients. It allows one developer to develop an unlimited number of client or server-based applications that use our product and distribute them royalty free. Our assemblies can easily be deployed with another application using XCOPY or a setup program.
Foxit PDF Generator for .NET SDK was designed with performance in mind. PDF documents are generated by default using a single pass architecture allowing the PDF output to be sent to the output stream as the document is being created. This minimizes the amount of data stored in RAM as the document is created and frees up resources as quickly as possible during the output process. The architecture is similar to the way ASP.NET renders controls and has proven to be highly efficient.
The object model is multithread safe. Multiple threads can generate PDF documents at the same time. Page Elements, Fonts, Images and other resources can be shared between threads without interfering with each other.
Foxit PDF Generator for .NET SDK creates PDF documents from scratch and does not require the resources of a printer driver. Everything needed to create PDF documents is included in the product allowing the fastest possible execution of 100% managed and safe code. There are no external dependencies and the only thing required to use the product is version 1.0 or greater of the .NET framework. The product has been fully tested and optimized against the .NET Framework 2.0.
INTRODUCING FOXIT PDF SDK 7.1
We now support iOS 13 Dark Mode and have added a number of UI level improvements, support to play and flatten sound annotations, functionality to manage trusted certificates for signatures and a synchronized update for Xamarin, Cordova, React Native, Kotlin and Flutter!
Foxit PDF SDK 7.1 for Windows, Mac & Linux comes with support for PDF compliance conversion to PDF versions 1.3-1.7, new performance-enhancing APIs for PDF merging, video/audio annotations, improvements to XFA form fields and much more.