Convert HTML to PDF using Docotic.Pdf and the new add-on

Docotic.Pdf 8.1 is ready to use. You can download it and its add-ons on our site and NuGet.

The main news is the introduction of free BitMiracle.Docotic.Pdf.HtmlToPdf add-on HTML to PDF conversion. The add-on is available on NuGet and in the zip, we distribute from our site.

The add-on can produce PDF documents from the most complex HTML documents with scripts and styles because it uses Chromium under the hood. The web standards compliance is great (please try for yourself). To showcase the capabilities of the new add-on we prepared an article and a new group of sample codes.

In version 8.1 we introduce the ability to access low-level PDF page dictionaries. We have added a new hierarchy of types for COS objects. With this ability, you can implement support for custom keys and values in page dictionaries.

Docotic.Pdf 8.1 adds support for 3D and Rich Media annotations. Now the library can create, read, and modify these types of annotations.

The new version draws pages, extract page objects, and resizes images faster than before. We fixed bugs related to the parsing of huge PDFs larger than 2 GB.

Read about all new features and improvements in Docotic.Pdf 8.1 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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