The Sorax PDF SDK ActiveX is designed for professional use where its highly developed technology can realize its full potential. In addition to characteristics such as high visual fidelity and support for documents in any language.
With its easy to use, customizable, visual programming components, developers can simply drag and drop the components into an application and instantly add PDF display functions to any Windows based standalone application.
PDF documents from any language that supports COM Objects. Languages that can access Sorax’s COM Object based PDF SDK ActiveX include, WPF, Visual Basic .NET, Visual C# .NET, Visual C++ 6.0, Visual Basic 6.0, any programming language that supports COM Object, ActiveX, OLE, a COM Object bridge may be used with languages that do not have native COM Object support.
Sixteen Step-by-Step Code Samples for Learning Form Sorax PDF SDK.
You can download sample programs suited for the most popular development environments, from here.
|1||SimpleViewer||Creating a simple PDF-view window.|
|2||Using the Print function.|
|3||Find||Handling the Search function.|
|4||Navigate||Implementing navigation through pages.|
|5||Zoom||Zooming in/out in page view.|
|6||PageDisp||Displaying pages in variant ways in the view window.|
|7||RotView||Rotating the view window.|
|8||RotPage||Rotating pages in the view window.|
|9||Tools||Using Tools in the view window.|
|10||Properties||Acquiring the properties of a PDF document.|
|12||PageLabels||Getting PDF page labels.|
|13||PageText||Extracting text content from a PDF.|
|14||MultiDoc||Handling more then one PDF document at the same time.|
|15||Export||Usage of the Export function.|
|16||DirectPrinting||Using the Direct printing function.|
You can find additional information about the product in the documentation.
Sorax PDF SDK ActiveX works with these Windows versions: 8 (32/64-bit), 7 (32/64-bit), Vista (32/64-bit), XP, 2000, NT, 98