We give a lot consideration of testing our HTML documents at W3C Markup validation service after each release of the component.
HTML documents converted by «RTF to HTML .Net» are completely valid with W3C rules.
What "RTF to HTML .Net" can give me:
Save time and cost of the product development. The writing of own
RTF to HTML converter in C# requires a lot of days of hard work and takes approx 50 000 C# code lines. "RTF to HTML .Net" will save a lot of my time and I'll need only to add the reference to "SautinSoft.RtfToHtml.dll" and write 3-4 C# code lines.
The one product provides me by set of API to convert Text, DOCX and RTF document at various formats at once: HTML 3.2, 4.01, HTML5 and XHTML with CSS.
Because of this is absolutely standalone .NET assembly, my clients don't need to have MS Word, Internet Explorer or other software.
My software will produce well-formed HTML compatible with all W3C standards, you may check this.
The one time price. I pay a one time and can use «RTF to HTML .Net» for a whole life without any additional fees. My license will never expires.
As bonus, I get unlimited technical support during a whole life for free and independently of the date of my purchasing.
Now let's get to know the core features of RTF to HTML .Net.
«RTF to HTML .Net» can be used on 32 and 64-bits platforms with .NET 2.0 and higher. The component doesn't require Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office or any other software. It's absolutely standalone and independent library.
The DOCX conversion works starting from .NET 4.0. If you are looking for a standalone C# library to create and parse Word documents, try our Document .Net.
Our product is compatible with all .NET languages and supports all Operating Systems where .NET Framework can be used. Note that «RTF to HTML .Net» is entirely written in managed C#.
Multi-platform component, runs on:
The library offers developers high quality conversion at reasonably prices. The main point of interest is that «RTF to HTML .Net» is less expensive than all of its more or less popular counterparts. For example, a single license cost $339 with no additional fees or royalties!