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Add PDF Capabilities to Your .NET Projects with HTML to PDF JavaScript

October 4, 2022: Adding the capabilities of PDF manipulation to any project is crucial in today’s marketplace. Users want the ability to create, edit, and combine PDF files for everything from sending home school work to families to relaying essential business projects. 

With the powerful Chromium rendering of HTML to PDF JavaScript, you can introduce an easy-to-use PDF maker using JavaScript and C# in .NET 5, Core, Standard, and Framework. This allows any of your end users to integrate PDF formatting for HTML, MVC, ASPX, and images, while staying inside your project’s native ecosystem. 
One of the significant benefits of HTML to PDF JavaScript is that you can use HTML files, strings, URLs, and more from any address location. This creates a universal workflow that is especially handy given today's business landscape's current hybrid and remote workplaces. With so many contractors and employees working from home or teams spread out geographically, having an integrated PDF system vastly improves the value of your project. 
With HTML to PDF JavaScript, you can create, edit, fill, and manipulate PDF forms. This includes applying PDF metadata for data monitoring as well as introducing unique security measures. Many companies require oversight precautions to ensure the correct recipient is viewing the properly authorized documents. Adding permissions, passwords, and digital signatures further strengthens your business’s ability to protect “eyes-only” data. 
HTML to PDF JavaScript is built by a reliable team at Iron Software. This means it has already been scoured for bugs and flaws by an industry-respected company. It also means adaptations and updates are far more frequent and valuable compared to cookie-cutter, off-the-shelf solutions that tend to be significantly more expensive. 
Even better, you begin working with HTML to PDF JavaScript for free while in the development phase of your project. There is no need to purchase licensing until you have actively moved into the deployment phase of your project. 
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News Release: Add PDF Capabilities to Your .NET Projects with HTML to PDF JavaScript
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