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Convert PDF files to HTML5 or SVG using c#

BuildVu Converts PDF files to HTML5 or SVG

Convert PDF to HTML5 or SVG using C#

Buildvu can be run directly from C# or installed on a Cloud/on-premise server.


Software is designed and documented to be simple and quick to evaluate, setup and integrate into customer systems


Run behind a firewall on-premise on your own servers or on a dedicated cloud server to keep Documents and content protected


BuildVu can be setup on cloud or on-premise in multiple ways to fit into an existing architecture and conversion output is highly configurable

Running the trial on the cloud using C#

The trial runs on the IDRsolutions trial server. Get started with the following steps:

  1. Sign up for our trial and get your authentication token
  2. Ensure .net 2.0 (or higher) and nuget is installed
  3. Run the following command: nuget install BuildVuCSharpClient
  4. Copy/Paste the code on the right

For commercial use, customers use their own Cloud or physical server. We provide free documentation on how to do this yourself, or provide as an additional service.

using buildvu_csharp_client;
BuildVu buildvu = new BuildVu("");

Dictionary<string, string> parameters = new Dictionary<string, string>
    ["input"] = BuildVu.UPLOAD,
    ["file"] = "path/to/input.pdf",
    ["token"] = "YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN" // Token provided to you via e-mail

Dictionary<string, string> conversionResults = buildvu.Convert(parameters);

  conversionResults.GetValueOrDefault("previewUrl", "No output URL provided")

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Trial BuildVu for converting PDF Documents to HTML5 or SVG

This is a 14-day free trial, no credit card required.

Download BuildVu to trial locally

BuildVu is a Java application that can be run directly from command line or deployed to a Java Application Server such as Tomcat or Jetty.

Trial BuildVu in the cloud

Try BuildVu from other languages such as PHP, Ruby, C#, NodeJS or Python without needing to figure out server configuration or implementation specifics.