GroupDocs.Viewer for Java

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With this module, you can integrate GroupDocs.Viewer for Java into CMSMS. The viewer allows you to embed and display 50+ types of documents and images on any page within your website. To name a few, supported file formats include: PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Project, OpenDocument, CAD and raster images. Key features and benefits include: 1. GroupDocs' Java document viewer has two modes for displaying documents: image-based and HTML5-based. The first rasterizes documents and renders text in a separate layer over the document. In the HTML5-based rendering mode, the viewer converts documents to a combination of HTML + CSS and SVG images. Each method provide natives text rendering, so that users can select/copy text right from documents embedded to a web-page. This also ensures fonts look sharp even when resizing documents live on a web-page. 2. The viewer is platform-independent. It allows users to view documents from any web-enabled device, be it a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android. It doesn't require any 3rd party installations too - documents can be viewed from any modern web-browser. There is no need to install Adobe Reader to view PDF documents, for example. 3. GroupDocs.Viewer for Java has a user-friendly interface that can be embedded to any page within your website along with documents. The UI provides your website visitors with tools necessary for convenient browsing of large documents on a web-page. Users can turn pages like slides, preview them with thumbnails, jump to a specified page, search for text within documents, print and download documents, etc. Please note: this module requires the GroupDocs.Viewer for Java library to be installed on your server. Please download a free evaluation copy of the library from the GroupDocs website:

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Project Summary

  • Type: Module
  • Created: 2014-09-10 (104 months ago)
  • Last Release Date: 2014-09-16 (103 months ago)
  • Last Commit Date: None