Category: File Document Components (MFC/C++)

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ActiveXperts Twitter Toolkit

The ActiveXperts Twitter Toolkit enables any Windows or web application to integrate Twitter functionality. Your application will be able to send Tweets as well as view different time lines, find and follow users etc.

The ActiveXperts Twitter Toolkit supports the following:

  • Post your Tweets on Twitter using your own software
  • Easy browsing through your own Tweets or the Tweets on any other time line
  • More...

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DynamicPDF Generator for COM/ActiveX
Click to view product Company:ceTe Software
Title:DynamicPDF Generator for COM/ActiveX
Added:Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Category:File Document Components

DynamicPDF Generator for COM/ActiveX is a highly efficient and easy to use class library for the dynamic creation of PDF documents based on dynamic data. PDF documents can be saved to disk, output to a Byte array or output directly to IIS's output stream. The generated PDF documents are 100% compatible with PDF version 1.4 and 1.5 and comply with the PDF specification as published by Adobe.

Click to view product Company:Foxit
Title:Foxit PDF SDK
Added:Friday, August 27, 2010
Category:File Document Components

Foxit PDF SDK is a light weight, fast, clean software development kit for rendering PDF page content in a wide range of applications.
Foxit PDF SDK is packaged in a DLL (Dynamic Link Library), which can be called from different programming languages, including C/C++, C#, Delphi, Visual Basic, etc.
Foxit PDF SDK allows your applications to render any PDF page with high graphic quality and fast response time.

Click to view product Company:NovaPDF
Title:novaPDF SDK
Added:Friday, August 27, 2010
Category:File Document Components

novaPDF SDK is a PDF software development kit that programmers can use to add the ability to create PDF files in their own applications. As a COM Object, novaPDF SDK can be integrated in any Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/2008 Server/Vista (32-bit and 64-bit)/Windows 7 application programmed in a language that supports COM Objects (C/C++/C#, Visual C, Delphi, Visual Basic ...).