QuestPDF is a modern library that may help you with generating PDF documents in your .NET application by using friendly, discoverable and predictable C# fluent API.
Rely on solid fundamentals - This library is created specifically for designing and arranging document layouts, with full paging support. Alternative solutions, such as HTML-based converters, are not designed for this purpose and therefore are often unpredictable and do not produce desired results.
Work with organized self-explanatory code - The entire process of implementing PDF document, takes place in your code. Free yourself from slow visual designers and strange technological limitations. Follow simple yet highly effective approaches to create maintainable, high-quality code.
Compose simple components into complex documents - Do you remember the feeling when your code just works? When your ideas are becoming real without any effort? Working with simple, easy to understand, self-explanatory and highly composable layout elements is the key here!
Create and reuse components - Feel no fear of complex documents! Create custom, reusable components and divide the document's layout into easy to maintain pieces. Inject data to customize content and use slots to enhance composability. Decide how complex approaches your solution needs and follow the best path.
Prototype with ease - We understand that document generation is often tricky and require multiple iterations. The library offers additional prototyping tools such as random text generator or image placeholder element. By following best practices, you can develop a document without having data.
Enjoy fast PDF generation - QuestPDF is created upon SkiaSharp, a well-known graphical library, and converts your data into PDF documents. It offers a highly optimized layouting engine capable of generating over 1000 PDF files per minute per core. The entire process is thread-safe.
The library is available as a nuget package. You can install it as any other nuget package from your IDE, try to search by
QuestPDF. You can find package details on this webpage (opens new window).