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Generating Dynamic PDF Documents using the Open Source Scryber Library

, 1 Apr 2014 CPOL
An introduction to the capabilities of Scryber for creating dynamic PDF documents with data sources and style
MyFirstPDFSite.csproj.user
MyFirstPDFSite.suo
obj
Debug
PDFs
CodeProjectFeed.pdfx
CPFeedContents.pcfx
CPStyles.psfx
Properties
Scripts
MyFirstPDFSite.csproj.user
MyFirstPDFSite.suo
bin
MyFirstPDFSite.dll
MyFirstPDFSite.pdb
DesignTimeResolveAssemblyReferencesInput.cache
MyFirstPDFSite.csprojResolveAssemblyReference.cache
MyFirstPDFSite.dll
MyFirstPDFSite.pdb
TempPE
CodeProjectFeed.pdfx
CPFeedContents.pcfx
CPStyles.psfx

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Richard Hewitson
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An independent software architect with many years of experience developing applications for small, large and global enterprises.

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