Create Your Source Code Viewer using GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET 19.6

Do you want to view or present the source code files within your .NET application? Do you want to have a single solution for viewing a bunch of programming language file formats? No need to worry because GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET now supports viewing dozens of source code file formats. Just use a single API and you are done!

The latest release of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET includes the support of popular programming language files and the list includes:

  • ActionScript File (.as)
  • ActionScript File (.as3)
  • Assembly Language Source Code File (.asm)
  • DOS Batch File (.bat)
  • C/C++ Source Code File (.c)
  • C++ Source Code File (.cc)
  • CMake File (.cmake)
  • C++ Source Code File (.cpp)
  • Cascading Style Sheet (.css)
  • C++ Source Code File (.cxx)
  • Patch File (.diff)
  • Ruby ERB Script (.erb)
  • Groovy Source Code File (.groovy)
  • C/C++/Objective-C Header File (.h)
  • Haml Source Code File (.haml)
  • C++ Header File (.hh)
  • Java Source Code File (.java)
  • JavaScript File (.js)
  • JavaScript Object Notation File (.json)
  • LESS Style Sheet (.less)
  • Vim Settings File (.vim)
  • YAML Document (.yaml)
  • Log File (.log)
  • Objective-C Implementation File (.m)
  • Xcode Makefile Script (.make)
  • Markdown Documentation File (.md)
  • ML Source Code File (.ml)
  • Objective-C++ Source File (.mm)
  • PHP Source Code File (.php)
  • Perl Script (.pl)
  • Java Properties File (.properties)
  • Python Script (.py)
  • Ruby Source Code (.rb)
  • reStructuredText File (.rst)
  • Syntactically Awesome
  • StyleSheets File (.sass)
  • Scala Source Code File (.scala)
  • Scheme Source Code File (.scm)
  • Generic Script File (.script)
  • Bash Shell Script (.sh)
  • Standard ML Source Code File (.sml)
  • Structured Query Language Data File (.sql)

So now, you can create your own source code viewer for a wide range of source code file formats using a single and easy to use API. At the moment, all the above-mentioned files will be rendered as the plain text without highlights. However, we are going to provide you the highlighting feature in the upcoming releases very soon.

So why paying for multiple solutions when GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET is providing support for 100+ file formats including a dozen of source code file formats? Download the latest release now and create your own source code viewer. Have a look at the Developer’s Guide for more details. In case you would have any questions or queries, just feel free to have a conversation with us on our forum.

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