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iText for .NET is the .NET version of the iText library, formerly known as iTextSharp, which it replaces. iText represents the next level of SDKs for developers that want to take advantage of the benefits PDF can bring. Equipped with a better document engine, high and low-level programming capabilities and the ability to create, edit and enha

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iText 7 Community for .NET (former iTextSharp) consists of several dlls.

The iText 7 Core/Community release contains:

  • kernel.dll: low-level functionality
  • io.dll: low-level functionality
  • layout.dll: high-level functionality
  • forms.dll: AcroForms
  • pdfa.dll: PDF/A-specific functionality
  • pdftest.dll: test helper classes
  • barcode.dll: use this if you want to create bar codes
  • hyph.dll: use this if you want text to be hyphenated
  • font-asian.dll: use this is you need CJK functionality (Chinese / Japanese / Korean)
  • sign.dll: use this if you need support for digital signatures
  • styled-xml-parser.dll: use this if you need support for SVG or html2pdf
  • svg.dll: SVG support
  • commons.dll: commons module

The iText 7 Community source code is hosted on Github, where you can also download the latest releases.

We strongly recommend that you use NuGet to add iText 7 Community to your project:

Install-Package itext7

You can also build iText 7 Community from source.

We also provide opensource add-ons and tools to complement the core functionality:

  • pdfHTML — allows you to easily convert HTML to PDF or iText objects
  • pdfSweep — a highly efficient PDF tool to merge, split and redact data
  • RUPS — a Java tool that can help you debug PDFs

If you have an idea on how to improve iText 7 Community and you want to submit code, please read our Contribution Guidelines.

iText 7 is dual licensed as AGPL/Commercial software.

AGPL is a free / open source software license.

This doesn't mean the software is gratis!

Buying a license is mandatory as soon as you develop commercial activities distributing the iText software inside your product or deploying it on a network without disclosing the source code of your own applications under the AGPL license. These activities include:

  • offering paid services to customers as an ASP
  • serving PDFs on the fly in the cloud or in a web application
  • shipping iText with a closed source product

Contact sales for more info.

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