Gnostice XtremeDocumentStudio .NET is the next-generation multi-format document-processing component suite for .NET developers. It has controls for viewing, printing, and converting PDF, DOCX, DOC, BMP, JPEG, PNG, WMF, EMF, TIFF and MTIFF. XtremeDocumentStudio comes with advanced multi-format document viewer controls for WinForms, WebForms, MVC, WPF, and HTML5. It also supports template-based DOCX/DOC mail-merge document creation. It can intelligently reconstruct page elements when converting PDF to DOCX. It can create PDF portfolios. Some features such as programmatic document-creation and document-editing are in a preview or beta stage.
XtremeDocumentStudio .NET is based on 100% managed code and does not require external software or libraries such as Microsoft Word, Open XML SDK, Word Automation Services, Adobe PDF library or GhostScript. Please note that the OCR functionality is an optional feature and relies on an unmanaged component.
Multi-format document viewer controls for WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET WebForms, ASP.NET MVC, and HTML5
Support for DOCX, DOC, PDF, BMP, JPEG, PNG, WMF, EMF, TIFF, MTIFF
Powerful document- and image-processing API
Advanced document printing control
Intelligent PDF conversion control that reconstructs page elements
Multi-format document-creation using mail-merge templates
Support for creating PDF portfolios
Support for files and streams
Built-in .NET font engine
100% managed code (except for optional OCR functionality)
Ability to create DOCX documents from scratch or parse/modify existing ones (PREVIEW)
12 months free upgrades (major and minor)
12 months free priority e-mail support
Perpetual-use hassle-free licensing
High value-for-money pricing
Version 2015 R20 - November 30, 2015
- Multi-Format Document Viewing/Printing/Conversion
- DOCX: Support for text wrapping break character.
- Document Creation
- DOCX: Creation of files with nested tables.
- Multi-Format Document Viewing
- WinForms / WPF
- Introduced ZoomMode.FitHeight
- Multi-Format Document Rendering
- DOCX: Rendering of elements of nested table are repeated in some documents.