E-icblue Published New Product Spire.PDFViewer

E-iceblue has released its new product Spire.PDFViewer, which is a powerful PDF Viewer component for. NET and provides multiple functions.

e-iceblue, a professional, pure .NET components provider for handling office files, published its new product Spire.PDFViewer. It is a totally independent PDF Viewer component for .NET offering high quality products for software developers, enterprises and regular users.

Spire. PDFViewer, a standalone component enables developers to load PDF Document from stream, file and byte array. Spire.PDFViewer supports PDF/A-1B and PDF/X1A. Besides, it allows developers to open and read encrypted PDF files. Multiple printing orientation including landscape, portrait and automatic is also supported by this PDF Viewer control. Moreover, Spire.PDFViewer can export PDFs to commonly used image formats such as .bmp, .png, and .jpeg. Another convenience offered by Spire.PDFViewer is that users can set display as fit page, page down/up, zoom in/out etc. according to the special need when viewing PDF file. In addition, Spire.PDFViewer supports viewing formatted PDF such as embedded hyperlinks, PDF with filled text, clipped text and stroked text. There are more special features of this PDF Viewer component can be found here:

The above paragraph expounds main features of Spire.PDFViewer. Apparently, Spire.PDFViewer is powerful in that it has so many functions. The more functions it owns, the more choices users possess. However, the shortcoming is also obvious. The main point needs improving is that Spire.PDFViewer is for Windows Form only. Anyhow, all products are not best when they are newly invented. On the whole, compared with most products, Spire.PDFViewer is a great achievement. What customers mostly concern is that e-iceblue support team can consistently improve the new product, overcome the shortcomings and do their best to offer a better and better Spire.PDFViewer. Are there any other new features added in the new version? Now, the next update is expected. Here we can have a free trial on this PDF Viewer component according to the below link: