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Iron Software Libraries Announces Release Of IronPDF Version 4.4.9

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The new release adds much-anticipated features like digital signing, improved licensing models, and more, reports ironpdf.com.

Chicago, IL – December 3, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Iron Software, a company that has built some of the most widely-used C# .Net software libraries online, recently announced the release of IronPDF Version 4.4.9. A critical update to one of their flagship applications, the new release adds some long-awaited features such as digital signing, improved licensing models, and so much more. Developers eager to try out the new features can get their hands on the latest version of IronPDF at https://ironpdf.com/.

“We are proud of the work our development team has done on this new release,” said Cameron Rimington of Iron Software Libraries. “IronPDF Version 4.4.9 puts a growing array of abilities directly into the hands of developers all over the world, allowing them to easily merge, split, and edit PDF documents right inside their C# .Net projects. We’ve added a few new features to this current version which we’re sure will make their work even easier, allowing them to customize, manipulate and sign documents with absolute ease.”

At its core, IronPDF is a C# .NET PDF library. Available at https://ironsoftware.com/, the software makes it a breeze to convert HTML, ASPX, and images to .PDF documents in .Net applications and takes the headache out of generating, reading and editing PDFs directly in those projects. Version 4.4.9 improves upon the existing software features, giving developers the ability to digitally sign PDF documents with handwriting and image stamps using .pfx and .12 standards.

In addition to more sophisticated digital signing, IronPDF 4.4.9 also supports stamping existing PDF’s with headers and footers with either custom page margins zero margin. With easy installation via Nuget, the new version also comes with an improved license key model, providing for commercial licenses and prioritized support for licensed users.

Rimington went on to say, “There’s a reason why thousands of corporations, governments, SME’s and developers around the world trust our products to help them run their businesses and agencies. Our team has more than a decade of experience in the .Net software component market. We know what developers need, and we work hard to ensure we stay ahead of the curve when it comes to creating software that solves their most pressing issues.”

Visit https://www.nuget.org/packages/Ironpdf to learn more about IronPDF and download the latest release.

About Iron Software Libraries for .Net Developers:

Iron Software builds C# .Net software libraries to solve real world problems that plague .Net coders on a daily basis. With a full suite of products including IronPDF, IronOCR, IronBarcode, and IronWebScraper, as well as a development team providing direct support, Iron Software’s libraries are used by corporations, agencies, and developers around the globe.

Contact Info:
Name: Cameron Rimington
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Organization: Iron Software Libraries for .Net Developers
Address: 500 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60611 USA
Phone: (315) 842-4122

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