Intersoft ClientUI provides a collection of high-performance document viewer controls that fully support fixed document and XPS document specification. It facilitates document viewing with sleek user interface and pixel-perfect rendering engine for superior viewing experience.
The document viewers provide rich document viewing features including document zooming, searching, page navigation, text selection, and more. Additionally, support for printing to any installed printers enables users to print out the document with exactly the same layout that appears in the screen.
Flow Document Viewer NEW
ClientUI Flow Document Framework brings rich content authoring to Silverlight and WPF platforms. Thanks to the ClientUI solid architecture, you can author the content using elegant object model and API that are compatible with both Silverlight and WPF platforms. Click here to learn more about unified development architecture in ClientUI.
XPS Document Viewer
XPSDocumentViewer is a flexible XPS document viewer for Silverlight with sophisticated rendering engine – conforming to standard XPS document specificaton. In this sample, XPSDocumentViewer provides users with the capability to view the documents of a trading company. There are several ways to load an XPS document. You can set the Source property to the document’s URI or set the Document property on the XPSDocument object for programmatic approach.
For interaction, you can use the zoom bar to select the desired document size. Click the “Show Actual Size” button to reset back to 100%. Or, toggle the full screen mode for maximum reading experience. Click the Print button to directly print the document exactly as user sees it.
UXDocumentViewer is a feature-rich user interface control for displaying document in high-fidelity resolution with WYSIWYG layout. In this sample, UXDocumentViewer loads a beautifully designed holiday brochure. Every pixel is precisely rendered even when zooming process takes place. Toggle the full screen mode to read this document in maximum screen estate. See the XAML code to learn more.