Convert PDF to CMYK images. Or HTML to PDF in Azure

We have released Docotic.Pdf 8.2 and its add-ons on our site and NuGet.

In this version, we added the ability to save PDF pages as CMYK JPEG and CMYK TIFF images. And the ability to specify JPEG compression quality for both RGB and CMYK flavors. Please check the Version History document linked below for the links to the new methods.

We also added some new abilities to the free HTML to PDF add-on. You can use pre-installed Chromium or download Chromium to the custom location, or disable Chromium Sandbox. All these abilities are for converting HTML to PDF in Azure Functions and Azure App Services.

In response to one of our customer’s requests, we implemented methods to remove paths and images from PDF pages. And we added sample codes for these methods.

To provide a better API, we had to make some breaking changes. We changed the return type for PdfPageObject.Layer, PdfXObject.Layer, and PdfWidget.Layer properties. PdfSaveOptions.Version property and PdfFont.Unembed() method now work a bit differently. See the updated documentation for all these methods and properties for more information.

As always, we fixed quite some bugs. The fixes relate to parsing of fonts, extraction of images, text extraction, memory consumption, and many other areas.

Read about all new features and improvements in Docotic.Pdf 8.2 in Version History document.

We encourage you to download and try the new version. This version is also available on NuGet.

Please tell us your thoughts about the new version using e-mail or via the support form. Don’t hesitate to write us your questions, suggest features, or ask for help.

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