We’re glad to announce the release of WebClientPrint 2.0 for ASP.NET CORE
ASP.NET CORE is on the way and with this WebClientPrint release we’re bringing the client-side plugin-free printing features of our product to this brand new cross platform Web development technology.
Getting Started with WebClientPrint for ASP.NET CORE
We’ve just published a new article about How to print raw ESC/POS commands from ASP.NET directly to the client printer that shows you how to get fast printing outputs with dot-matrix, impact, thermal or inkjet printers that support ESC/POS-compatible commands. The article shows you how to create ESC/POS commands for a simple receipt and how to get it printed from ASP.NET right to the client printer. Works with any popular browser (Chrome, IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera) on Windows, Linux or Mac!
We’re very excited to announce new support for Mac OS X clients of our WebClientPrint for ASP.NET solution! Easily send raw printer commands as well as print most common file formats (PDF, TXT, DOC, XLS, etc) from your ASP.NET website right to any Mac OS X client installed printers. You do not need to modify your existing code to support Mac clients. WCPP for Mac can be installed on OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or greater! (Intel Proc)
Learn more about new support for Mac OS X clients at our WebClientPrint for ASP.NET site and play with the online demo from your Mac!
We’re very excited to announce new support for Linux clients of our WebClientPrint for ASP.NET solution! Now, you can easily send raw printer commands as well as print most common file formats (PDF, TXT, DOC, XLS, etc) from your ASP.NET website right to any Linux client installed printers. You do not need to modify your existing code to support Linux clients. Just instruct your Linux clients to install the new WCPP (WebClientPrint Processor) package and that’s it! WCPP for Linux can be installed on Debian or Red Hat-based distros like Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, CentOS, etc.
Learn more about new support for Linux clients at our WebClientPrint for ASP.NET site and play with the online demo from your preferred Linux distro!
Printing from ASP.NET to client printers by using our WebClientPrint for ASP.NET solution is really easy but if your website is configured to use ASP.NET Forms or Windows Authentication methods, then you must perform some steps to get it working. In the article titled How to use WebClientPrint with ASP.NET Authentication enabled we provide you the needed steps to get your code working. As always, contact our support (http://neodynamic.com/support) for further help & assistance.
Are you thinking about using a barcode font? Think twice!
In his post titled “Barcode Font Problems“, Mr. Nachtrieb (who has 30+ years of hands-on experience in barcode technology and runs barcode-test.com) talks about common problems related to barcode fonts. It’s a worth reading and in addition to it, we can add our own points against barcode fontware
You have an ASP.NET RDLC report and want to allow your users to print it without previewing it? Want to go further and print it without displaying any print dialog? And you want it to work with Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera & Safari? Take a look at our new article about How to Print an ASP.NET Local Report RDLC without Preview or Printer Dialog by using our WebClientPrint for ASP.NET solution
Feel free to contact our team for further assistance.