Exclude Specific Fonts from Output HTML using GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET 18.10
We are pleased to announce the release of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET 18.10. The latest version allows setting the list of the fonts that should be excluded from the output HTML to decrease the size of the output files. Furthermore, the inclusion of 5 improvements and 6 bug fixes have made the API more promising. Below is the list of new features, improvements, and fixes added in v18.10.
Features Introduced Setting List of the Fonts to be ExcludedAdding fonts into HTML ensures that the text from the original document will appear similar in HTML, regardless of whether fonts are installed on the viewer’s device or not.
Seamlessly Build an ASP.NET Document Viewer to Display Over 50 Types of Documents, Including PDF, Microsoft Word and Excel
GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET is a web-oriented middleware designed to display over 50 different document types in a browser. It is a client-server library that converts documents into an HTML-compatible format and then renders them in a browser just as a regular web-page. As a result, you don’t have to install any third-party software or browser plugins on the client. Documents can be viewed from any modern web-browser, including IE8+, Chrome, FireFox, Opera, Safari 5+ and their mobile versions.
Integrate GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Into Your GetSimple CMS Seamlessly
We’re pleased to inform GetSimple developers that the .NET version of GroupDocs.Viewer can be seamlessly integrated into their websites thanks to a plugin we released a few weeks ago. With this plugin installed, you can embed and display over 50 types of documents and images on any page within your website. To name a few, supported formats include: PDF and Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Visio diagrams and CAD drawings.
How to Build an ASP.NET WebForms HTML5 Document Viewer Using Web Services
Customers who integrate our HTML5 document viewer into their website can plug it into other websites too. This article shows how to build an ASP.NET WebForms HTML5 document viewer using the .NET version of the GroupDocs.Viewer.
Requirements IIS 7 or later. Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Part A: Creating A GroupDocs.Viewer Web ServiceFollow the steps given below to create a GroupDocs online document viewer service: 1. Open Visual Studio 2012 and create a new ASP.