Datalogics Inc. Announces .NET Core Support For The Adobe PDF Library SDK

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  • .NET Core is the next generation of the .NET development platform, is the successor to the .NET Framework, and is open-source
  • For the first time using .NET is now an option for Linux and Mac for Enterprise users that’s supported by Microsoft

Datalogics, Inc. has announced the release of .NET Core support for the Adobe PDF Library SDK. .NET Core is the next generation of the .NET development platform, is the successor to the .NET Framework, and is open-source. It works on Linux and Mac and allows cross-platform development using a .NET language like C#, for example. It includes support for things like Windows Forms Applications, Console applications, Class Libraries, ASP.NET, and WPF.

Scott Urchell, technical sales engineer at Datalogics said, “With this new support, our APDFL developers/customers can take advantage of .NET Core’s cross-platform support and leverage their existing C# applications to new platforms with few or no changes to their code.”

Option for Linux and Mac

It added that for the first time using .NET is now an option for Linux and Mac for Enterprise users that’s supported by Microsoft. Users want to write cross-platform code using .NET or will be migrating existing Windows applications to be cross-platform in the near future.

It said that Datalogics is now shipping a .NET Core Class Library that targets v3.1 of the .NET Core which is the latest and greatest version. This will allow users to develop their .NET application on Linux and know it’s going to work on Windows or Mac. It also allows users to write their application on Mac and know it’s going to work on Linux or Windows and finally, that they can write their application on Windows and know it’s going to work on Mac or Linux.

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