PDF.Core 5.2.0

IronPDF Core - The .Net Core PDF Library

IronPDF for .Net Core 2 and above allows developers to create, edit and extract PDF content within .Net Core Applications & Websites.

The Iron PDF Core 2+ library takes the frustration out of generating PDF documents by not relying on proprietary APIs. "Html-To-Pdf" renders pixel-perfect PDFs from open standard document types: HTML, JS, CSS, JPG, PNG, GIF, and SVG. In short, it uses skills that developers already posses.  

Key features include:
* "Html-To-Pdf" creates PDF files from HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Images.
* "Url-To-Pdf" generates PDFs from existing html pages by simply providing their URL.
* "Image-To-PDF" creates PDF documents from image files.
* PDF to Image functionality can render PDF documents to image files.
* Extract text and images from existing PDFs.
* Create, Fill and read data from PDF forms.
* Merge, Split and Manipulate PDFs to edit PDF structure and content.  
* Add Page Numbers, Headers, Footers, Watermarks, Tables, Text and Image Assets.
* Edit, Stamp and Watermark PDF files with text, images and HTML
* Apply HTML or PDF backgrounds to PDF pages

IronPDF can be used within ASP.NET projects, MVC, Web Services, Console & Desktop Applications.

Requires .Net Core 2 or above on Windows, Linux, MacOS and Azure platforms.

Licensing & Support available for commercial deployments.

For code examples, documentation & more visit http://ironpdf.com/

For support please email us at developers@ironsoftware.com

Install-Package PDF.Core -Version 5.2.0
dotnet add package PDF.Core --version 5.2.0
paket add PDF.Core --version 5.2.0
The NuGet Team does not provide support for this client. Please contact its maintainers for support.

Full documentation at https://ironpdf.com/examples/using-html-to-create-a-pdf/

Creating your first PDF using HtmlToPdf:

using IronPdf;

IronPdf.HtmlToPdf Renderer = new IronPdf.HtmlToPdf();
// Render an HTML document or snippet as a string
Renderer.RenderHtmlAsPdf("<h1>Hello World</h1>").SaveAs("html-string.pdf");

Full documentation at https://ironpdf.com/examples/using-html-to-create-a-pdf/

Creating your first PDF using HtmlToPdf:

using IronPdf;

IronPdf.HtmlToPdf Renderer = new IronPdf.HtmlToPdf();
// Render an HTML document or snippet as a string
Renderer.RenderHtmlAsPdf("<h1>Hello World</h1>").SaveAs("html-string.pdf");

Release Notes

- OutOfMemoryException fix
- Occasional black PDF fix
- Redis Session State Compatible
- HTML Opacity
- Allow PDFs to be saved multiple times

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
5.2.0 2,169 3/22/2019
5.1.1.2 410 3/15/2019
5.0.5.2 2,078 2/14/2019
4.6.1.2 2,005 1/8/2019
4.6.0 568 12/17/2018