PDF In-The-Box

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PDF In-The-Box:  Creating PDF files programmatically
PDF in-The-Box  A development tool
for creating PDF files programmatically.


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Beyond PDF In-The-Box

ALL In-The-Box can also generate PDF files. Additionally, it can display and print PDF documents being generated, with full programmatic control over these features.

PDF In-The-Box allows Developers to produce PDF documents from within their applications. It writes native PDF format from scratch, according to programmatic orders given by the Developer.

PDF In-The-Box offers an object-oriented programming interface, provided with a collection of powerful object classes: Text, Raster Image, Vector Image, Barcode, Table, Band, Cell, Layer, various controls, Note, Attachment, Mediaclip, Signature.

To generate a PDF file, you've just to create objects using API methods, give them properties according to your needs then put them on the document.

PDF In-The-Box runs on all Microsoft Windows 32- and 64-bit platforms (Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8). It offers three alternative programming interfaces:

  • ActiveX (for Visual Studio, Visual Basic, Visual C++ and many other languages) 
  • Delphi (in Win 32 mode): versions 7, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE, XE2, XE3, XE4, XE5, XE6, XE7, XE8
  • DLL (a 32-bit library for any other programming language).

PDF In-The-Box is not a virtual printer driver. It doesn't need Adobe Reader® or any third-party software to create PDF files. It's self-sufficient! 

Beyond PDF In-The-Box

Developers often wish to display or print PDF documents being generated, and give end-users interactive control over these features: that's what ALL In-The-Box can do.


« If you are a developer willing to have an easy way of generating nice PDF reports or any other documents directly from the code of your Windows or ASP application, make sure you have PDF In-The-Box in your arsenal! »

(From an article at 3D2F.COM)


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