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MSYS2 is required in order to build native C/C++ extensions for Ruby and is necessary for Ruby on Rails.Moreover it allows the download and usage of hundreds of Open Source libraries which Ruby gems often depend on.


IMAP and POP3 are protocols that allow communication with email servers, like Exchange or Gmail, and download email messages. IMAP is more robust, as it allows searching and grouping emails into folders. You can see IMAP vs POP3 comparision here.


The email attachments are downloaded along with the email message. Attachments are stored within the email as part of a mime tree. Usually Quoted-Printable or Base64 encoding is used. This is why apart of an IMAP/POP3 client, MIME parser is needed. Mail.dll is going to parse such MIME tree for you and expose all attachments as well-known .NET collections. Of course all other email properties, like subject, date, recipients and body, are also available.


I am using your trail application to download GMail Attachments, can you please support me for following questions: 1. can we filter mail attachments by name & how ? 2. can we download PDF attachments ? 3. I want to download day wise attachments


Thanks for the reply. I'll look into referencing packages that target .Net Standard. To be specific, I'm looking to create an ASP.Net Core WebAPI that will perform a mail merge on a word document. I have a prototype written in the full .Net Framework, but I would rather not deploy this solution to a Windows Server, since most of our assets are running as AWS Lambdas, which use some flavor of Linux under the covers. I hope that helps clarify our needs.


The WordsProcessing library provides a Mail Merge functionality that allows you to produce personalized documents from a template holding fixed content and variables. For more information and examples, please, check the Mail Merge help topic as well as our GitHub repository where we have a good Mail Merge sample project.As for the PDF filling, I am not sure if you need to fill predefined fields (Interactive Forms) in a PDF document or to create a new document, thus, I am giving you information for both cases. With PdfProcessing library you can:


Design a standard view in your application with the fields that are required to be filled in. Then have a button possible called Submit or Download pdf or something similar. That posts the values to the server which takes it and uses the standard RadFixedDocument to open the original pdf, update the AcroForm properties with the new text and export it as a file download


Hello, I am trying to digitally sign pdf documents, I did it with telerik for asp.net in windows, but I need to run my application in linux so I tried to do the project in Asp.Net Core, but the Telerik.Windows library. Documents.Fixed.Model.DigitalSignatures; seems not available for asp.net Core, I tried to use the Telerik.Documents.Fixed.Model.DigitalSignatures libraries, but it is not available in the libraries for Asp.net Core, could you confirm if it is only for Windows the DigitalSignature option for PDF files?


There are multiple ways to instantiate TinyMCE. Accessing TinyMCE through Tiny Cloud may not be the best use case for different deployment scenarios. This section explains additional installation options including package managers, self-hosted download, and other custom build options.


IronPDF is a fully-featured PDF library for .NET and Java. It is one of several third-party libraries available that work efficiently in creating, editing, and processing PDF documents, as well as in outputting editable PDF files from content of other file types (HTML, PNG, RTF, etc). Find out more about IronPDF and similar PDF libraries from our growing catalog of comparison articles.


Open the Visual Studio software and go to the File menu. Select "new project" and then select "console application". In this article, we are going to use a console application to generate PDF documents.


After the IronPDF library is installed we can effortlessly create a PDF file and PDF Page by using just a few lines of code. Now we will help you create your first pdf document in C#. Copy the below code and paste it into your Visual Studio and Run the program.


It is possible to serve an existing HTML file or string, an existing PDF document, as well as a PDF in ASP.NET MVC. In order to serve existing PDF files, HTML files, or strings, as well as serving a PDF in ASP.NET MVC, we can use the C# PDF Library from IronPDF and then access it via DLL ZIP file or through the NuGet page.


IronPDF can be used as a PDF reader C# and help visualize and export SSRS reports to PDF in ASP.NET CSharp. IronPDF can be used to render snapshots of data as "reports" in the PDF File Format. It also works as a PDF C# parser. The basic methodology is to first generate the report as an HTML document - and then to render the HTML as a PDF using IronPDF.


First, let's access the 'free for development' C# Library for converting ASPX files to PDF. You can download it directly or access it via NuGet. Install as usual into your Visual Studio project. Now that you have IronPDF, you'll see that it has the functionality for HTML conversion as well as ASPX to PDF generation.


With an extensive C# library, we can convert ASP.NET to PDF and HTML to PDF and have full control over reading, editing, and manipulating documents. Using IronPDF, we can convert an ASP.NET page to a PDF file in C# in just a single line of code.


To get access to the full software library of C# PDF functionality, you can download IronPDF and use it free for development in your project. Either install from a ZIP DLL Download or use the package via NuGet install. You can even convert an ASP .NET to PDF in just one line of code.


Install the IronPDF C# HTML to PDF library. Access the software by direct file download or through the latest NuGet Package install to load into Visual Studio and your project. The IronPDF library simplifies PDF tasks into easy-to-use and understandable .NET methods.


Thanks for reading! In this article, we have learned how to create a PDF document in C# using IronPDF. IronPDF is ideal for users needing to convert the contents of HTML to PDF without using HTML tags because of its ease of use and additional features like using JavaScript, CSS, and images.


The OpenDocument Format (ODF) is an XML-based file format for representing electronic documents such as spreadsheets, charts, presentations and word processing documents. The standard was developed by the OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards), and it is a free and open format.


Every ODF file is a collection of several subdocuments within a package (ZIP file), each of which stores part of the complete document. Each subdocument stores a particular aspect of the document. For example, one subdocument contains the style information and another subdocument contains the content of the document.


As we can see in Picture 1, sheets are stored as XML elements. They contain column and row definitions, rows contain cells and so on... In the picture is data from one specific document, but from this we can see the basic structure of content.xml file (you can also download the full ODF specification).


Internally, spreadsheet document is stored as DataSet. Each sheet is represented with DataTable, sheet's row with DataRow, and sheet's column with DataColumn. So, to create a new document, we have to create a new DataSet, with DataTables. Each DataTable has a number of rows and columns that conforms to our needs.


For processing documents, we have used XmlDocument because it offers an easy way to reach parts that we want. Note that, if performance is crucial for you, you should use XmlTextReader and XmlTextWriter. That solution needs more work (and code), but provides better performance.


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