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ASP.NET WebForms PDF Editor Control: edit Adobe PDF document in web browser using C#

Tutorial of How to Build Online HTML5 PDF Viewer or HTML5 PDF Editor on Visual Studio .NET in C#

Best HTML5 PDF Viewer Control for viewing PDF document on Visual Studio .NET in C# programming language

A multifunctional HTML5 PDF Editor enable C# users to edit adobe PDF page and file in Visual Studio .NET program

Free demo package and components are provided for quick integration in Visual Studio .NET to manipulate PDF document in C#

Support ASP.NET MVC, IIS, ASP.NET Ajax, Azure cloud service, DNN (DotNetNuke) and SharePoint

Easy to be installed and deployed on Visual Studio. NET with online tutorial

HTML5 PDF document Viewer and Editor library are compatible with ASP.NET web based project

HTML5 PDF Viewer and Editor are based on .NET framework 2.0 and support any .NET Framework version from 2.0 to 4.5

Compatible with all Windows operating system in both 32-bit and 64-bit

Integrate ASP.NET HTML5 Viewer & Editor to Visual Studio .NET

After you download the latest version of RasterEdge.DocImagSDK, then how to implement the same effect with the online demo? Here, you can do it according to the following steps.

Unzip the download package and you can find a project named XDoc.PDF.HTML5 Viewer Demo or XDoc.PDF.HTML5 Editor Demo in the “Demo projects” folder. This demo is for your testing purposes;

Open VS, click “File” ->”Open”->”Web Site”, then locate test project;

Add Reference which is named RasterEdge.XDoc.HTML5PDFViewer.dll or RasterEdge.XDoc.HTML5PDFEditor.dll from the download package to your project. Once you do this, dependencies will automatically be included in your project.

Right click ASP.NET project -> "Properties" -> "Application" -> "Target framework":

      If target framework is 2.0 to 3.5, please use Web.config

      If target framework is 4.0 or higher, please copy the content of "Web(for .net4.0 or higher).Config" to Web.config


Q: In Asp.net project when testing web viewer control,get the error: Could not load file or assembly “RasterEdge.Imaging.Annotation”  or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format.

  A: This is because Visual Studio uses a 32-bit web server internally. You can first debug width x86 dlls in Visual Studio mimic IIS environment.Once done debugging with x86 dlls, replace the x86 with x64 version of dlls to run in real IIS on the servers.