Text Control offers a variety of products, packages and technologies to integrate powerful document processing into web applications. Whether you need to add true WYSIWYG document editing, document sharing and collaboration or digital signatures to your business workflows - Text Control provides solutions for all requirements.
The diagram below helps to find the right product for your Text Control based web application.
Front End: Document editor and viewer
Back End: ASP.NET or something else?
If you are running ASP.NET (Core) as your backend, you can select between TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET or DS Server. If you are running anything else such as Apache or Tomcat, DS Server is the perfect fit.
Features: Integrated assemblies or Web API?
Using TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET, you get the full flexibility of the TX Text Control API ( Server
Text╰ TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET Control
╰ TXTextControl Namespace
╰ ServerTextControl Class
The ServerTextControl class implements a component that provide high-level text processing features for server-based applications. and Mail
Merge╰ TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET
╰ DocumentServer Namespace
╰ MailMerge Class
The MailMerge class is a .NET component that can be used to effortlessly merge template documents with database content in .NET projects, such as ASP.NET web applications, web services or Windows services. ) and the assemblies are part of your application. With DS Server, task-oriented Web APIs are available to call document processing methods.
Deployment: Fully integrated or "out-of-the-box"?
Using TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET, all assemblies, dependencies and the required backend (WebSocketHandler and TCP Windows Service) must be part of your application. Using DS Server, your application is independent from TX Text Control. Document processing functionality is provided by the "out-of-the-box" container (DS Server) that is hosted separately on your premises.
Select your Product
Found the right product based on your requirements and preferences? Here, you can find more information about both products.