Sending Pdf to Browser for Download
Sometimes when you are developing an ASP.NET application, you need to send PDF file(s) to web browser(s) for download without saving them physically. In order to achieve that you can save PDF document into MemoryStream object after generating it and pass bytes from that MemoryStream to Response object. Doing this will make the browser to download the generated PDF document.
Following code snippet demonstrate the above functionality:
Extracting embedded files from a PDF file
Aspose.PDF stands out when it comes to advanced features for working with PDF format files. It extracts embedded files way better than other tools offering this feature.
With Aspose.PDF for .NET, you can efficiently extract any embedded file which may be an embedded font, an image, a video or an audio. Following goal-specific approach demonstrates how quickly and efficiently the embedded files can be extracted. Aspose.PDF facilitates you to extract all the font files whether it is a true type (TTF) or an open type font (OTF). Likewise, using this feature, image of any format JPG, PNG, SVG etc can be extracted in its ‘as is’ condition.
Following code snippet extracts all the embedded files from a PDF file:
Use of Latex Script to Add Mathematical Expressions
With Aspose.PDF, you can add mathematical expressions/formulas inside PDF document using latex script. Following examples show how this feature can be used in two different ways, in order to add a mathematical formula inside a table cell:
Without preamble and document environment
With preamble and document environment
Support for Latex Tags
The align environment is defined in amsmath package, and proof environment is defined in amsthm package. Thus, you have to specify these packages using \usepackage command in the document preamble. And this means that you have to enclose the LaTeX text into document environment either as shown in the following code sample.