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Questions about Windows 8.1, 10, WindowsPhone, Windows UWP
I just managed to get the PDFViewer_Ein_10... Demo to work. But I cant find any instructions how to integrate the full featured viewer into my UWP app.
Is this even possible?
Of course I know that you can write one on your own with the PDFLib, but thats not an option for me. I already use the viewers for Android and iOS and thought it would be easy to get the same for an Windows 10 App.
Any help would be appriciated, cause I dont want to invest much more tim on something that might not be possible.
It actually depends on each user's requirements.
You can use the core lib and build the UI on it (which is not an option for you)
You can modify the demo project to make it suitable to your needs.
You can create a project the depends on the demo one.
Form the PDFViewerSDK_Win10 project, you mainly need the view namespace which handles the render part.
thanks another time for your help.
I managed to integrate the demo PDF viewer into my project. And everything workd until I am trying to save the pdf after making some annotations.
Is it possible that saving only works when I activated a license? Becouse saving works with no problems, when running the demo project itself with the same files in the same directories. But when doing exactly the same (picking a file with the file picker and opening a stream to view it in the PDFReaderPage the PDFDoc returns false, when looking at the attirbute CanSave, even the stream i pass ist definitly writable -> CanWrite = true;
I hope this is the case, cause it would be fixed easily by buying a license, if not maybe you have a hint what might be wrong with your experiance.