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EVO HTML to PDF Converter Release Notes


New features in v9.0

  • The .NET Core libraries are now built for .NET Standard 2.0 and are compatible with .NET Core 2.0, .NET Core 3.1, .NET Core 6.0 and later
  • New demo applications were created for .NET Core 6.0
  • The demo projects were updated for the new Visual Studio 2022
  • All libraries and installers were tested and validated on Windows 11
  • The Azure Cloud Services were updated to support the new Azure Cloud Services Extended Support environment and deployment model
  • Various improvements and bug fixes

New features in v8.0

  • New libraries for .NET Core 2.1 , .NET Core 3.0 and later runtimes were created besides the regular libraries for .NET Framework
  • New ASP.NET Core, MVC and Azure Cloud sample applications were created for .NET and .NET Core libraries
  • New Edition (NE) libraries for HTML to PDF Converter to support ECMAScript 6, WOFF 2, HTTP2 and TLS 1.3 standards
  • New feature to set the User Agent to be used when accessing HTML pages to be converted to PDF to mimic various browsers
  • New Azure Service Fabric Application to host the HTML to PDF Server for solutions targeting other platforms than Windows
  • New client libraries for .NET Core 2.1, .NET Core 3.0 and later runtimes and for Universal Windows Platform ( UWP )
  • New ASP.NET Core and MVC sample applications were created for .NET and .NET Core client libraries
  • Various improvements and security updates

New features in v7.0

  • Rendering engine improvements to support new HTML5 and CSS3 features
  • New feature to set the zoom level of the HTML content. See the Control HTML Scaling in PDF Page demo page for more details
  • New feature to merge the table of contents from multiple HTML documents added to the same PDF document. See the Merge Table of Contents from Multiple HTML Pages demo page for more details
  • New feature to include a PDF document before the table of contents in the final PDF document. See the Insert PDF Pages Before Table of Contents demo page for more details
  • New PDF encryption algorithms and security features. See the Set Permissions and Password of the Generated PDF Document demo page for more details
  • New proxy settings to bypass a list of hosts. See the Access a HTML Page Through a Proxy demo page for more details
  • New features to exclude the local files and local resources from conversion
  • Azure HTML to PDF Service can be deployed now as a Web Role accessible through an URL. Secured connections are possible with this server type
  • HTML to PDF Service can be deployed now as a simple ASP.NET web application accessible through an URL. Secured connections are possible with this server type
  • Various tweaks, improvements and bug fixes

New features in v6.0


New features in v5.0