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RAD PDF 3.31 Released

Red Software is proud to update its ASP.NET WebControl for PDF form filling, editing, signing, and viewing, RAD PDF to version 3.31. Even with Microsoft dropping support for Internet Explorer, this release continues to support nearly ever browser and platform, including Internet Explorer back to to IE6 (as well as the latest desktop, mobile, and touch devices).

This release includes new PdfObject properties for both the Client API and Server API, like LockWidth and LockHeight.

Additionally, this update improves PDF processing speed and compatibility with slightly damaged/malformed files.

This version includes security updates related to damaged PDF files and rendering PDF files with a nested transparency group as well as other minor bug fixes.

This update is available free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 3.24 Released

Red Software is happy to announce RAD PDF 3.24, the ASP.NET / ASP.NET 5 / ASP.NET Core Web Control for PDF editing, PDF form filling, PDF signing, PDF viewing, and more! This release includes a new date picker, rendering improvements, and a few minor bug fixes.

With the added date picker, date form fields in RAD PDF will now display month names and abbreviations when using mmm (3 letter abbreviation) / mmmm (full name) in date format strings. These can be set in RAD PDF's resource files, allowing this feature to be localized as well.

This update is available free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 3.23 Released

Today, Red Software updates its ASP.NET / ASP.NET Core / ASP.NET 5 web component RAD PDF, a leading PDF editing, PDF form filling, and PDF signing GUI.

This release is also now available via a NuGet for all supported platforms, including .NET Framework 3.5 / 4.x, .NET Core, and .NET 5! Our latest NuGet package helps streamline integrations, updates, and deployments.

With the introduction of the NuGet package, we have also made it easier to get started with sample code by cloning our GitHub repository for the latest examples of how to use RAD PDF.

This update also includes some minor bug fixes including an issue when using form fields with iOS 12 or earlier.

This new version is available free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 3.22 Released

Red Software is excited to release RAD PDF 3.22, the ASP.NET / ASP.NET Core / ASP.NET 5 Web Control for reading, printing, editing, filling, signing, and more with PDF files in almost any web browser!

This latest version allows RAD PDF to be deployed with server side page rendering, but without the RAD PDF System Service. This allows for tighter PDF file protection and faster rendering of large files when  deploying / developing using our nuget for a single instance. Implementations are now a breeze when using Azure App Services, ASP.NET 5, and similar environments.

With ASP.NET Core / ASP.NET 5, RAD PDF can now be configured to not use the RAD PDF System Service with a single line of code in a Setup.cs class:

app.UseRadPdf(new RadPdfCoreMiddlewareSettings() { UseService = false });

This UseService=false can also be used in the .NET Framework or .NET Core integration provider. HttpHandler rendering can be disabled by setting AllowHttpHandlerRendering=false.

This update is available free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 3.21 Released

Red Software is happy to announce RAD PDF 3.21, the ASP.NET / ASP.NET Core Web Control for PDF editing, PDF form filling, PDF signing and more! This release includes PDF rendering efficiency improvements (especially for large files) and other enhancements.

The Client API now includes a new .reload() method allowing for a document to be loaded fresh from the server via JavaScript. Additional this version fixes RTL issues with combo box form fields, unnecessary DOM shifts, and more.

This update is available free of charge to customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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