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AjaxPDF 2.5 Expands by Integrating into DotNetNuke

Adds barcodes and ability to email filled PDF forms

Indigo Eight Software's release of AjaxPDF 2.5 lets thousands of DotNetNuke 4.x users view PDF documents in-line. Once installed, choose the PDF document to display, apply any of the optional security settings and the PDF document appears in-line within the Dot Net Nuke site. This allows DNN administrators to maintain the look and feel of their site. Users can interact with the site's navigation and other installed modules on the page.

AjaxPDF 2.5 also introduces the ability to add industry-standard barcodes like postnet, EAN-13 and others. Barcodes can be added dynamically using either AJAX-based client-side actions or via the server.

Also new in this release is the ability to create email messages that contain the PDF document as an attachment. Accomplished with server-side code, AjaxPDF can attach a PDF document (including sign and filled PDF forms) to an email that can then be sent via .Net messaging methods.

AjaxPDF's new version includes 5 new samples bringing the total number of samples to more than 30 real-world samples including examples of the new barcode and email features, how to set the status of a loading PDF, and examples on using the new AjaxPDF library for safe storage of PDF documents in shared hosting environments.

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