Syncfusion is happy to share that HTML-to-PDF conversion
based on a version of the WebKit rendering engine that does not rely on web
services is coming soon to the .NET Core platform. It can run on Windows, Linux,
and Mac. With this, you will be able to generate high-quality PDF documents
from HTML files. The resulting PDF document will look like the browser view.
The ASP.NET Core application with HTML-to-PDF conversion can
be hosted on the most popular web servers, including Apache HTTP server, Nginx,
An illustration of the HTML-to-PDF conversion process.
The list of features that will be available with HTML-to-PDF
conversion in the initial version are:
- Converts any webpage to PDF.
- Converts secured (https) webpages
- Converts any raw HTML string to
- Supports HTML5, CSS3, SVG, and web
- Prevents text and image splits
- Converts HTML forms to fillable PDF
- Automatically creates table of
- Automatically creates bookmark
- Can convert a part of a webpage to
- Supports changing view port.
- Supports header and footer.
- Supports offline conversion.
- Repeats HTML table headers and
footers in PDF.
- Supports accessing HTML pages using
both HTTP POST and GET methods.
- Supports HTTP cookies.
- Thread safe.
- Supports internal and external
- Sets document properties, page
settings, security, viewer preferences, watermark, and more.
- Protects PDF documents with
passwords and permissions.
We are currently working on the final phase of testing and
finalizing the APIs, and it will be available soon for public use. Please post
your comments if you have any questions or feedback related to this conversion
support. We are happy to offer any help we can.