Telerik Document Processing comes with .NET Core & .NET Standard support. There is a set of binaries built against the .NET Core & .NET Standard which you can reference in an application.
The Cross-Platform Support is part of Telerik Document Processing, a
professional grade .NET library for creating and manipulating PDF, Word, XLSX and HTML files. To try it out sign up for a free 30-day trial.
The Cross-Platform Support is part of Telerik Document Processing, a professional grade .NET library for creating and manipulating PDF, Word, XLSX and HTML files. To try it out sign up for a free 30-day trial.
The binaries compatible with .NET Standard are distributed with the packages targeting .NET Standard and .NET Core. You can obtain the assemblies through the UI for ASP.NET Core, UI for Blazor, UI for Xamarin, and UI for WinUI suites. There are NuGet packages as well that you can access if you have a license for one of the above mentioned suites.
In order to use the model of the RadPdfProcessing library in your cross-platform project, you need to add references to the following .Net Standard assemblies:
To export images different than Jpeg and Jpeg2000 or ImageQuality different than High you will need to add references to the following .Net Standard assembly:
This assembly is not available in UI for Xamarin.
Note that for .NET Framework & .NET Core with Windows Compatibility Pack projects, the references contain "Windows" in their names (e.g. Telerik.Windows.Documents.Core.dll)
The .NET Framework version of PdfProcessing comes with out-of-the-box functionality to read fonts, convert images, and scale their quality. The .NET Standard specification, however, does not specify APIs to provide such functionalities built in the library. In order to provide the necessary extensibility mechanisms for working with fonts and images, the .NET Standard version of RadPdfProcessing exposes the FixedExtensibilityManager class. More information, including code samples on how to configure the FixedExtensibilityManager is available in the Fonts and Images articles respectively.