IronPdf.Slim 2024.2.2

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dotnet add package IronPdf.Slim --version 2024.2.2
NuGet\Install-Package IronPdf.Slim -Version 2024.2.2
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<PackageReference Include="IronPdf.Slim" Version="2024.2.2" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add IronPdf.Slim --version 2024.2.2
#r "nuget: IronPdf.Slim, 2024.2.2"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install IronPdf.Slim as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=IronPdf.Slim&version=2024.2.2

// Install IronPdf.Slim as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=IronPdf.Slim&version=2024.2.2

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IronPDF - Create, Edit, and Read PDFs in .NET Applications

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Get Started | Features | How-Tos | Code Examples | Licensing | Free Trial

IronPDF is a library developed and maintained by Iron Software that helps C# Software Engineers to create, edit and extract PDF content in projects in .NET.

IronPDF excels at:

IronPDF has cross platform support compatibility with:

  • .NET 8, .NET 7, .NET 6, .NET 5, and .NET Core, Standard, and Framework
  • Windows, macOS, Linux, Docker, Azure, and AWS
  • Console, Desktop, and Web Apps. MVC, Blazor, MAUI, Razor Pages, Web Forms

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Additionally, our API reference and full licensing information can easily be found on our website.

Using IronPDF

Installing the IronPDF NuGet package is quick and easy, please install the package like this:

PM> Install-Package IronPdf

Once installed, you can get started by adding using IronPdf to the top of your C# code. Here is a sample HTML to PDF example to get started:

// HTML to PDF
using IronPdf;

var renderer = new ChromePdfRenderer(); // Instantiates Chrome Renderer
var pdf = renderer.RenderHtmlAsPdf(" <h1> ~Hello World~ </h1> Made with IronPDF!");
pdf.SaveAs("html_saved.pdf"); // Saves our PdfDocument object as a PDF

And another option is to create from URL to PDF:

// URL to PDF
using IronPdf;

var renderer = new ChromePdfRenderer(); // Instantiates Chrome Renderer

// To include elements that are usually removed to save ink during printing we choose screen
renderer.RenderingOptions.CssMediaType = IronPdf.Rendering.PdfCssMediaType.Screen;

var pdf = renderer.RenderUrlAsPdf("https://ironpdf.com/");
pdf.SaveAs("url_saved.pdf");

Features Table

IronPDF Features

Licensing & Support Available

For our full list of code examples, tutorials, licensing information, and documentation visit: https://ironpdf.com/

For more support and inquiries, please email us at: support@ironsoftware.com

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IronPDF helps C# Software Engineers to create, edit and extract PDF content in .NET projects. # C# HTML to PDF for .NET 7, .NET 6, .NET 5, Core, Standard, and Framework # Work with PDFs in C# using HTML, MVC, ASPX, and images # Generate, Edit, Read and Secure PDF Documents Generate PDFs with Pixel Perfect Chrome HTML to PDF Rendering: The Iron PDF library takes the frustration out of generating PDF documents by not relying on proprietary APIs. “Html-To-Pdf” renders pixel-perfect PDFs from open standard document types: HTML, JS, CSS, JPG, PNG, GIF, and SVG. In short, it uses the skills that developers already possess. Fully Supports: * .NET 7, .NET 6, .NET 5, Framework, Core, and Standard * Windows, MacOS, Linux, Azure, Docker and AWS For code examples, tutorials and documentation visit: https://ironpdf.com/

IronPdf.Linux The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

IronPDF helps C# Software Engineers to create, edit and extract PDF content in .NET projects. # C# HTML to PDF for .NET 7, .NET 6, .NET 5, Core, Standard, and Framework # Work with PDFs in C# using HTML, MVC, ASPX, and images # Generate, Edit, Read and Secure PDF Documents Generate PDFs with Pixel Perfect Chrome HTML to PDF Rendering: The Iron PDF library takes the frustration out of generating PDF documents by not relying on proprietary APIs. “Html-To-Pdf” renders pixel-perfect PDFs from open standard document types: HTML, JS, CSS, JPG, PNG, GIF, and SVG. In short, it uses the skills that developers already possess. Fully Supports: * .NET 7, .NET 6, .NET 5, Framework, Core, and Standard * Windows, MacOS, Linux, Azure, Docker and AWS For code examples, tutorials and documentation visit https://ironpdf.com/

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IronPdf.MacOs The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

IronPDF helps C# Software Engineers to create, edit and extract PDF content in .NET projects. # C# HTML to PDF for .NET 7, .NET 6, .NET 5, Core, Standard, and Framework # Work with PDFs in C# using HTML, MVC, ASPX, and images # Generate, Edit, Read and Secure PDF Documents Generate PDFs with Pixel Perfect Chrome HTML to PDF Rendering: The Iron PDF library takes the frustration out of generating PDF documents by not relying on proprietary APIs. “Html-To-Pdf” renders pixel-perfect PDFs from open standard document types: HTML, JS, CSS, JPG, PNG, GIF, and SVG. In short, it uses the skills that developers already possess. Fully Supports: * .NET 7, .NET 6, .NET 5, Framework, Core, and Standard * Windows, MacOS, Linux, Azure, Docker and AWS For code examples, tutorials and documentation visit https://ironpdf.com/

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2024.4.2 22,357 4/5/2024
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* Fixes transformation issue when modifying a document after calling `AppendPdf()`
* Fixes issue with runtimes not being downloaded when `Installation.AutomaticallyDownloadNativeBinaries=true`
* Fixes issue with `Installation.CustomDeploymentDirectory` being ignored
* Fixes issue where enabling PDF/A compliance would remove transparency and result in a black background
* Fixes issue where `PdfFormFieldFlags` enum was inaccessible to users
* Fixes issue where `ReplaceTextOnPages()` would throw an error if the text was not found on every page
* Fixes issue with cookie support on Linux
* Fixes issue where `Installation.SingleProcess` was always enabled
* Fixes various issues when manipulating forms after configuring IronPdf to use Docker/remote
* Improves various comments and API documentation
* Improves letter, word, and text spacing when replacing text; Words should no longer have erroneous spacing between letters
* Adds support for custom remote IronPdf connection configurations (see `IronPdfConnectionConfiguration WithCustomChannel()`)