Version 4.3 of XFINIUM.PDF brings support for enhanced PDF redaction of text and images and support for redaction annotations.
XFINIUM.PDF 4.2 brings support for creating geospatial enabled PDF files and CAD measurements.
XFINIUM.PDF 4.0 has been released a few days ago and it brings support for a very requested feature: support for Portable Class Libraries. The XFINIUM.PDF product is now available also as a Portable Class Library in the form of Xfinium.Pdf.Pcl.dll assembly.
Support for stroking and filling paths with PDF patterns has been introduced in XFINIUM.PDF v3.7. Both tiling and shading patterns are supported.
XFINIUM.PDF library can both create new PDF forms and fill existing PDF forms. Each type of form fields supported in the PDF specification is represented by the corresponding class: PdfTextBoxField – textbox fields PdfCheckBoxField – checkboxes PdfRadioButtonField – sets of radiobuttons PdfComboboxField – comboboxes PdfListboxField – listboxes PdfPushbuttonField – push buttons PdfSignatureField – signature fields
With the release of XFINIUM.PDF 3.5 we added support for QR barcodes. At this moment the XFINIUM.PDF library supports 40 1D barcodes and 6 2D barcodes.
XFINIUM.PDF library can decrypt and encrypt PDF documents using RC4 and AES encryption, with 40 bit and 128 bit keys for RC4 and 128 bit and 256 bit keys for AES, including the latest PDF 2.0 draft. The library can create, load and save encrypted PDF files.
A question on StackOverflow.com asked if it is possible to have 2 alternate versions of an image in a PDF file, one for display and other for print. Several solutions were given: optional content, form fields or alternate images. In the article below we’ll show how these solutions can be implemented using XFINIUM.PDF library and how they compare to each other.
Today we released XFINUM.PDF 3.4 which brings support for pdf optional content extraction. With this new version we include full support for manipulating optional content in PDF files, whether it is optional content creation or extraction.
When we first designed the XFINIUM.PDF library for .NET 2 years ago one of the design targets was an easy learning curve. Although it was released first in a controlled corporate environment we still had to make it easy to use. We used simple and clear abstractions that relate to real world and also to ...