What is a PDF File?
PDF was created by Adobe in the 1990s to achieve two things. The first is that you should be able to open the documents on any hardware or operating system, without needing to have the app used to create them—all you need is a PDF reader, and these days most web browsers fit the bill. The second is that wherever you open a PDF, the layout of the document should look the same.
However, it is not enough just to open your document. In working with PDF, you will face the need to create such a document anew, edit it, or convert it to the format you need.
Why use Aspose.PDF for .NET?
Using Aspose.HTML for .NET in your project gives you the following profits:
- wide variety of functions
- written completely in C# and works with .NET Framework
- convenience and ease of use
Wide variety of functions
- document compression
- support for graph objects
- integration with data sources
- add, update, delete attachments and annotations
- support easily converting PDF to other formats and vice versa
- split, concatenate, extract or inset pages and much more
For quality work you required .NET environment. Aspose.PDF supports Windows Forms and ASP.NET applications for your usability.