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At Fractured Thinking we specialize in software
development tools intended for the experienced professional .NET
developer on a deadline. Our products are purchased on a
per-developer license basis and are always royalty free.
PSWriteNetLib® is a software SDK
consisting of a .NET assembly, library API documentation and
Visual Studio 2003 or 2005 demonstration projects. The
demonstration projects help developers by showing how to use the most
common features of the library so that developers will be writing
solid code in a short time. The learning curve is minimal.
PSWriteNetLib® is a library
developers use to create PostScript level 3 page descriptions. The
page descriptions created can be massive in file size. Any
application that must create statements is an ideal usage of the
Adobe® PostScript is the defacto standard in the printing and
publishing industries. PostScript is ideally suited to creating
stunning documents rich in graphics and text. The library
encapsulates the complicated PostScript language by providing a
wealth of methods you call to create the document programmatically.
DirectPrint® is a .NET assembly that
can submit files directly to the Windows print spooler for printing
to a printer device installed remotely or on the local machine.
To learn more about PSWriteNetLib®,
please visit our products catalog. You can also download the
documentation and a fully functional trial version of the library free
of charge. The documents created with the trial version are
watermarked to protect our intellectual property but are totally
functional in every other way.
To purchase PSWriteNetLib For CLR 1.1:
Uninstall any trial version you may have downloaded and
installed PRIOR to purchasing a license.
Click here to Purchase a license. After the transaction is
complete a download link will appear on the final purchase page.
Click on that link to download and install the full version.
Our flagship product,
PSWriteNetLib version 1.0.1 for CLR 1.1
is now available.