PM> Install-Package Atalasoft.Web.Document.Viewer
npm install web-document-viewer
Atalasoft HTML5 imaging controls are support following server environments
Server side functionality is exposed using separate HttpHandler. See ASP.NET demo application tutorial for details.
ASP.NET Core on full .net platform
Server side functionality is exposed using WebDocumentViewerMiddleware that is registered to handle WDV requests. See ASP.NET Core demo application tutorial for details.
WebDocumentViewer and WebDocumentThumbnailer requires Jquery and Jquery UI libraries. If annotations support are enabled, Raphael.js library is also required. If text support is enabled, then Raphael.js and ClipboardJS are both required.
Jquery should be included into web page by the application. If some of the other dependent libraries don't exist in the web page scope, controls are trying to automatically load them(using file names from dotImage web resources bundle shipped by installer). When controls are delivered by NuGet it's required to manually deploy them on the page(since file names could differ for different versions).
To run the projects locally, you need to have a DotImage license. There are various way to acquire the license:
This source code is property of Atalasoft, Inc. (http://www.atalasoft.com/)
Permission for usage and modification of this code is only permitted with the purchase of a source code license.