Last post Dec 26, 2017 12:04 PM by neodynamic
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We're proud to announce the brand new 4.0 release of our
WebClientPrint solution for ASP.NET Core, MVC & WebForms! This new Version 4.0 brings some excited and long-awaited features like advanced PDF printing without requiring Adobe Reader or Foxit as well as Tray Name and Paper Size settings for
PDF, TXT & Image formats like JPG & PNG!
Further details here: ASP.NET
CORE Edition --- ASP.NET Classic Edition
Sample Projects Source Code available at GitHub
Any Client platform can print from your ASP.NET Core Website. We support
Windows, macOS / OS X, Linux &
Raspberry Pi (Linux ARM) devices. Very small footprint clients without external dependencies!
Send any raw data supported by the client printer like Epson ESC/P, HP PCL, PostScript, Zebra ZPL and Eltron EPL, and more!.
Shipping labels generated by postal services like UPS, FedEx, USPS, DHL as well as
PRN files are also supported!
Print PDF files without requiring Adobe Reader or any other external software! Advanced Printing settings include
Tray Name, Paper Size, Print Rotation,
Pages Range, and more!
In addition to print raw commands, you can also use WebClientPrint solution to send and print known file formats like
TXT, DOC/x, XLS/x, JPG, PNG, TIFF (Multipage), and more! TXT, PNG, JPG and BMP are natively supported; others will require external software like Word, Excel, LibreOffice, etc.
Print to any brand and type of client printers! Thermal Label Barcode printers, POS receipt printers,
Impact printers, Ticket printers, RFID printers,
Dot-Matrix and more!
If the printer is installed in the client system through a Printer Driver, then you can specify to which
Tray Name to send the print job and specify a Paper Size if desired. The file formats supported by this feature are
PDF, JPEG, PNG, BMP & TXT
Besides getting the list of installed printers available in the client machine, you can also get further details like
DPI Resolution, PortName, Is Connected, Is Shared, Is Local, Is Network, as well as the
list of supported Papers and list of trays/bins!
Client Printers Connectivity support: installed Windows printers (for
USB connection), Shared Printers, Parallel Port (LPT) or
Serial Port RS-232 (COM) as well as IP/Ethernet Network printers. On
Linux & Mac OS, any kind of printer installed through CUPS is supported.