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C#.NET ASP.NET Web-based Viewer Control SDK to View Document and Image

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C#.NET Web Image Viewer Introduction
RasterEdge Visual C#.NET Web Viewer SDK is a JavaScript based document image viewing control, which allows C# developers and non-technical end users to view, process, edit and annotate document & image in modern web browsers.
With zero-footprint AJAX feature, RasterEdge Online Web Viewer is installed on servers, enabling to view, annotate, save, and print (convert) document on any device that uses a modern web browser, like IE, Firefox, Chrome & Safari. Written in 100% managed C# code, RasterEdge C#.NET web viewer control is suitable for .NET Framework 2.0 (or greater) applications. What's more, this Web Image Viewer for C# can be easily integrated into your own ASP.NET applications.
Here we list the key features of this C#.NET web document image viewer.
  • Support easy implementation in Visual Studio 2005 and greater versions
  • Use latest HTML5 technology, based on JavaScript
  • Managed codes written in ASP.NET and C#, providing advanced C# document viewer features
  • Easy to integrate into your own C# ASP.NET web applications
  • Seamlessly compatible with any modern web browsers
  • Once installed on Windows compatible server, no additional add-ins are needed in client side
  • Provide user-friendly sample interface with shape based function buttons
  • Flexible document file navigation with thumbnail preview support
  • High fidelity viewing of TIFF, PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Dicom, and images
  • Quick to switch mode of view between raster images or vector images, like SVG
  • Annotate and redact on web document and image, collaboration with ease
  • Allow saving document and image annotations in fin native file format
  • Support reliable document conversion and printing in C# ASP.NET web viewer, like office document to PDF or TIFF file
C# Image Web Document Viewer Functions
This C#.NET ASP.NET web viewer creating control is a fully featured third-party .NET solution, which allows C# developers to process and edit document image files with various functions. In this section, we demonstrate all its supported functions, also with detailed guide links.
Quick to Run Web Viewer Sample in VS and IIS Annotate Document in Web Viewer Using C#
RasterEdge.com provides detailed sample project for quick using .NET web viewer in C# programming environment. Here's the online guide: How to run Web Viewer sample in Visual Studio and IIS. This C#.NET web viewer SDK allows developers to add, draw, delete and burn various annotations on target document image files, including text, line, rectangle, polygon, rubberstamp annotations, etc.
Integrate Web Viewer Control in C# Save or Print Document to PDF or TIFF
From this online tutorial page, you will find detailed guidance on how to install and integrate this robust web-based viewer control SDK into your C#.NET imaging application. This C#.NET Web Viewer SDK supports saving changes to the loaded document or image file in original file format. Besides, users can choose to print it to PDF or TIFF file.
Select Document Source to View Customize Your Option with Web Viewer
After integration Web Viewer Control in your C# program, you may directly go to select a document or an image source to view in RasterEdge Web Document and Image Viewer. Please click to see details. RasterEdge web viewer control package empowers C# developers to customize web document viewer freely. For instance, users can control width and height of web viewer, as well as file display format.
Navigate Throw Document in Web Viewer
In C#.NET Project Web Doc Viewer, you can easily navigate through loaded document via thumbnail image and document outline. Moreover, thumbnail image size is user-defined in created Web Document Viewer.


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