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Posted 11 Jan 2011

PDF for Silverlight: Leveraging the Power of Silverlight to View PDF Documents and Forms

In this paper, we will show how to use the Amyuni PDF components to dynamically view PDF documents within a Silverlight control. We will discuss how to create a Silverlight 3 control to display and interact with PDF documents. The same control can be used for viewing PDF, XPS or any document type.

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About the Authors

Dany Amiouny
Chief Technology Officer Amyuni Technologies
Canada Canada
Dany Amiouny started the development of the Amyuni PDF tools back in 1998. These tools are now embedded into thousands of applications and millions of desktops worldwide, and maintained by a team of experienced software developers. An expert in document conversion and processing, Dany is the CTO of Amyuni Technologies and provides consulting services to corporations worldwide. Dany holds a "Bachelor of Engineering" degree from the American University of Beirut and a "Masters in Business Administration" degree from McGill University.

Roger Khoueiry is a senior software analyst and developer with more than 10 years of experience developing Windows components. With an extensive experience in .Net and Silverlight, he worked on porting the Silverlight component from a version 1 Javascript based to a version 3 based C# component. Roger Khoueiry can tackle the highly technical aspects of C# development.

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