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GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET has been serving the developers in creating the document viewer applications for many years. With the efforts of our hard-working team and the support of our valuable customers, we are able to make the API stand among the top-ranked document viewer APIs. Since the Sky is the only limit, we always keep on enriching the API with more features, improving its performance, and making its usage easier for the developers. And today, I am excited to announce … Continue Reading
Usually, when we have to shop for groceries, we choose the supermarket where we can get almost every item that we need. This way we don’t have to visit multiple stores for different types of products. Similarly, being specific to the software products, the developers prefer the component that provides a wide range of features regarding their use case so that they don’t have to use multiple solutions.
Let’s be more specific and talk about the online document viewers that … Continue Reading
Hello everyone! We are back with another exciting release announcement. In this post, I am going to give you an overview of what’s new as well as what’s improved and fixed in the latest release of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET. In this release, we majorly focused on providing bug fixes and improvements. Along with this, we have introduced the support of CDR file format and the feature of rendering files contained in the ZIP archives. For details, you may also … Continue Reading
PDF is a widely used document format that also supports interactive elements including annotations, forms, 3D objects, layers, etc. Along with these elements, PDF format also supports setting restrictions such as print restriction, modification restriction, restrictions on data extraction and so on. Such features give the user more control over the document and therefore, the PDF has become a popular document format.
Since we support the rendering of PDF documents, therefore, we always keep looking to introduce features that may … Continue Reading
We are happy to announce the release of version 19.3 of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET. In this release, we have added several new features that target the PDF documents, archives and the source code files of Visual Basic and C#. Along with 2 bug fixes, we have made a couple of improvements for rendering of ZIP archives and vCard documents. For detailed information about the latest release, please have a look at the release notes.
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We are back with a major release of GroupDocs.Viewer for Java as version 19.1. The latest release has come with some exciting new features as well as a bunch of improvements and important bug fixes. Please have a look at the release notes to know about the new features and the changes introduced in GroupDocs.Viewer for Java 19.1. Furthermore, if you are planning to upgrade the API from any previous version, we strongly recommend you to check the Public API… Continue Reading
Today, we are glad to announce the release of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET 18.11. The latest version includes a couple of new features as well as a bunch of improvements and bug fixes. The API now supports rendering of TSV (Tab-separated values) and PCL (Printer Command Language) file formats. Below is the list of new features, improvements, and fixes added in v18.11.
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Features IntroducedSince v18.11, we have extended the list of supported file formats and now the API is
We are pleased to announce the release of version 18.6 of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET. The latest version provides the support of rendering DXF format as well as the tiled rendering of the CAD documents. Furthermore, we have added the feature of forced password validation for password protected documents. Along with the new features, there are 14 improvements and bug fixes in this monthly release. Below is the list of new features, improvements, and fixes added in GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET … Continue Reading
Building a simple ASP.NET PDF viewer is quite a trivial task. There are tens of different open source projects across the web that offer a quick and free solution to display PDF documents in both ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms. Often a simple implementation of a PDF viewer is all you actually need. But things become a lot more complicated when the viewer needs to meet your customer’s business requirements. The most common are:
1. Security. This obvious business demand … Continue Reading