About GrapeCity Documents for PDF

Feature-rich PDF API Library for .NET Core.

GrapeCity Documents for PDF (GcPdf) is a cross-platform library that allows you to create, analyze, and modify PDF documents. Its object model closely follows the Adobe PDF specification, and is designed to provide direct access to features of the PDF format. Documents for PDF includes a powerful and platform-independent font handling and text layout engine and other high-level features that make PDF document creation easy and convenient.

GrapeCity Documents for PDF Features

  • Generate, load, edit and save PDF documents in code
  • Analyze and parse PDF forms
  • Sign, secure, and compress PDF documents
  • View PDF files in the new, fast, modern JavaScript PDF Viewer
  • Generate linearized PDFs
  • Support multiple languages with full text, paragraph formatting, and fonts
  • Deploy to Azure and AWS
  • Convert PDF to Images
  • Import HTML in PDF documents
  • Fast and efficient - Save memory and time with the lightweight API architecture to generate and work with documents effortlessly
  • Supports 100s of PDF features - Generate PDF forms with everything from signatures to security features. You can add, delete, copy and move pages, change page sizes, orientation, generate linearized PDFs, add annotations, and compress PDF files
  • Comprehensive API for Adobe PDF - Generate, edit, and store feature-rich PDF documents without compromising design or features. This API conforms to much of Adobe PDF specification 1.7
  • Full .NET Core support for Windows, Linux, and Mac - Develop for any .NET platform and major operating systems with a single code base. Use in your apps for .NET Core, .NET Framework, Mono, Xamarin.iOS, and Xamarin.Android
  • Complete text support - Lose nothing in your documents. Documents for PDF includes text and paragraph formatting, special characters, multiple languages, RTL support, and vertical and rotated text for all supported platforms
  • Deploy apps with PDFs to the cloud - Cloud-based deployment means you can be everywhere - with NuGet and Documents for Excel, you can deploy to Azure, AWS, and AWS Lambda