Available for: UI for Blazor | UI for Xamarin

Cross-Platform Support

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 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 and UI for Xamarin suites. There are NuGet packages as well that you can access if you have a license for one of the above mentioned suites.

Assembly References

In order to use the model of the RadWordsProcessing library in your cross-platform project, you need to add references to the following .Net Standard assemblies:

  • Telerik.Documents.Core.dll
  • Telerik.Documents.Flow.dll
  • Telerik.Zip.dll

If you need to export documents to PDF format, you will need to refer the following assemblies:

  • Telerik.Documents.Flow.FormatProviders.Pdf.dll
  • Telerik.Documents.Fixed.dll

If you need to export to PDF format documents containing images different than Jpeg and Jpeg2000 or ImageQuality different than High, you will need to refer the following assembly:

  • Telerik.Documents.ImageUtils.dll
    This assembly is not available in UI for Xamarin.

The Telerik.Documents.ImageUtils.dll assembly depends on Magick.NET. In order to use this assembly, you will need to add a reference to Magick.NET.

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)

Limitations in .Net Standard

Additional settings required

Some functionalities require additional settings to be done:

  • In order to export to PDF format documents containing fonts different than the Standard Fonts, the FontsProvider property inside the FixedExtensibilityManager has to be set. For more information check the FixedExtensibilityManager in the PdfProcessing`s Cross-Platform Support.
  • In order to export to PDF format documents containing images different than Jpeg and Jpeg2000 or ImageQuality different than High, the JpegImageConverter property inside the FixedExtensibilityManager has to be set. For more information check the FixedExtensibilityManager in the PdfProcessing`s Cross-Platform Support.

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