GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET

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This module integrates the .NET version of the GroupDocs HTML5 document viewer into CMSMS. Once installed, you'll be able to easily embed and display over 50 types of documents and images on any page within your CMSMS website. Supported document formats include PDF and Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Visio diagrams, OpenDocument files, CAD and raster images. Among the key benefits of the GroupDocs.Viewer are: 1. HTML5-based native text rendering. Documents are rendered as a combination of HTML, CSS and SVG. This ensures fonts look sharp and the embedded documents retain the original layout. 2. Website visitors don't have to install any 3rd party software or plugins - documents can be viewed from any HTML5-compliant browser. 3. Native text rendering allows users to select/copy text right from documents embedded to a web-page. 4. GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET library comes with a convenient UI that can be embedded to a web-page along with documents. The UI allows users to conveniently navigate multi-page documents in a browser. In particular, users can turn document pages like slides, preview them with thumbnails, jump straight to a specified page, search for text within documents, print and download the original file. 5. Finally, unlike the cloud on-demand service, the .NET version of the viewer allows you to host documents locally, using your own infrastructure. Note: before installing, please note that this module requires the GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET library to be installed on your server. A free evaluation copy of the library can be downloaded from GroupDocs' website:

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GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET

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