Foxit Announces New PDF Print Manager SDK for .NET Applications

Foxit recently announced the release of Foxit PDF Print Manager for .NET SDK. From within any .NET application (using C# or VB.NET), PDF Print Manager for .NET SDK allows .NET developers to print any existing PDF document.

Foxit PDF Print Manager for .NET SDK is an easy to use API that allows developers to automate PDF printing (sending a PDF to an actual physical printer device) from within any .NET web or server-based application. PDF Print Manager for .NET SDK allows you to manage multiple print jobs, verify printer settings, and handles successful or unsuccessful prints all from within an API that is intuitive and quite easy to learn.

Foxit PDF Print Manager for .NET SDK supports many common and advanced features of PDF printing including duplex printing, collated printing, paper tray selection, printing from a byte array, printing a fax service (Fax PDF), and more. It renders highly accurate PDF documents when sending to the printer.

Flexible Licensing

Foxit PDF Print Manager for .NET SDK is available in two licensing models. The Server License is for developers who wish to install our software on their server or web server and is licensed per production server. Alternatively, the Developer License is for developers who wish to install our software on desktop systems. The Developer License allows for a maximum of 5,000 distributions per license.

To learn more about this new SDK, please visit our product web page and download for a free trial.

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  1. This will be helpful, appreciate.

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