The VeryUtils HTML to PDF Converter command line has the following features:
Incredibly fast and accurate HTML to PDF conversion technology
Support for web fonts and open source web format (WOFF)
The HTML to PDF converter can render HTML documents using Web fonts in formats such as Web Open Font Format (WOFF), TrueType or OpenType with TrueType outlines. Web fonts offer Web designers great flexibility to create special effects in the text of an HTML document, because they are no longer limited to a small set of fonts installed on client computers that display the HTML document. Web fonts are downloaded in real time by converter and used to render the HTML document in PDF without installing these fonts on the local machine. The location from which fonts can be downloaded is provided in a CSS3 @ font-face rule.
No external dependencies, direct copy deployment
The Software does not depend on browsers, printer drivers, viewers or any other installed third party software. The HTML to PDF converter can be deployed simply by copying it to the server.
24x7 technical support
We offer 24x7 sales and technical support.
Simple and flexible licensing, with no downtime or deployment costs
The Software is licensed per developer seat, each developer seat giving the programmer the right to work on applications using our software component. There is no additional runtime or deployment costs charged for using our software component in your applications, the license never expires and includes software updates.
HTML to PDF Converter - Sample C # code for ASP.NET
static void Main()
static void LaunchCommandLineApp()
// Part 1: use ProcessStartInfo class.
ProcessStartInfo startInfo = new ProcessStartInfo();
startInfo.CreateNoWindow = false;
startInfo.UseShellExecute = false;
startInfo.FileName = "D:\\VeryUtils\\htmlconv.bin";
startInfo.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Hidden;
// Part 2: set arguments.
startInfo.Arguments = "D:\\VeryUtils\\rasterize.js http://www.google.com D:\\out.pdf";
// Part 3: start with the info we specified.
// ... Call WaitForExit.
using (Process exeProcess = Process.Start(startInfo))
// Log error.