Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Free and easy way to generate PDF application code online in various programming languages

               Online Action Center

BCL Technologies has an easy way to get started with their PDF conversion toolkit, we call it the Online Action Center. Instead of getting bogged down with the nitty-gritty of programming a conversion application, this toolkit lets you generate sample code with a few clicks. You can quickly build a conversion application and take it for a spin.

It is now easy to overcome the initial barrier of learning yet another PDF toolkit. The Online Action Center covers all the functionality of the Printer API. It allows you to generate the code online to print any Microsoft Office file to PDF, e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.



The Online PDF Printer API Explorer


PDF Printer API Explorer allows users to select PDF conversion properties by selecting from a pellet of menus. This is where the rubber meets the road, and you get to choose how the conversions happen. For example, the image settings allow you to choose the image resolution. The printer settings will allow you to choose the paper orientation.

You can try out different conversions using the build you created. You can iterate by editing the settings and trying another build. You can see the results of changing parameters in your output. The Explorer gives you a complete framework for building, editing and doing what-if conversions so you can get a full understanding of our PDF SDK's capabilities.

A source Window in the PDF Printer API Explorer shows you the application source code. You can select from a variety of popular programming languages. You can see the source code of the entire application, automatically generated by the Explorer. You can take the relevant portion of the code and drop it in your application.

By the time you have played with the PDF Action center for a few minutes, you can appreciate all of its customizations, and capabilities. This takes the guesswork out of building conversion applications and creates a solid foundation for building versatile PDF applications in future.

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