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Free full evaluation package for HiQPDF - HTML to PDF, HTML to SVG, HTML to IMAGE converters
Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 at 17h13
The free full evaluation package contains the development library HiQPdf.dll, the software documentation in Microsoft Help format, the samples for Windows Forms and ASP.NET with source code in C# and VB.NET, a demo application compiled from the Windows Forms samples and a text file with important notes about the HiQPdf software installation and usage. There are two distinct builds of the software distributed in the package: a build for .NET 2.0 runtime and a build for .NET 4.0 runtime. The HiQ...
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The are three HTML converters in HiQPdf library: HTML to PDF, HTML to SVG and HTML to Image that can be used to create high quality PDF documents, SVG vector images and raster images. Edit, Merge and Split external PDF documents or combine them with new PDF documents.

With a single function call you can precisely convert anything a browser can render: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, SVG, Canvas, jQuery etc to PDF, SVG or IMAGE.

HiQPDF ASP.NET Library has some unique capabilities that differentiates it from other products.

  • You can layout and overlap multiple HTML objects in the same PDF document while preserving the transparencies
  • You can add a custom background content to the PDF pages created by the converter
  • You can hide a HTML image from the generated PDF document and you can place a different image in the same position
  • You can use conversion triggering modes to have a controlled delay between the moment when the document is loaded and the moment when conversion function is called
  • You can automatically create outlines, HTTP and internal links in PDF and force a HTML element to start on a new page in PDF
  • You can automatically repeat the thead content of a HTML table on each PDF page where the table is laid out
  • You can control the page breaks in the generated PDF document using CSS styles
  • You can retrieve detailed info about the laid out HTML elements
Created by
Steve Netk, Hiqpdf

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