Getting Started

Below you will find a list of resources that will help you getting started with TX Text Control .NET Server for ASP.NET.

Creating an Angular DocumentViewer Application

Creating an Angular DocumentViewer Application

This article shows how to integrate the TX Text Control DocumentViewer into an Angular application.

Building an ASP.NET Core Backend

Building an ASP.NET Core Backend

This step-by-step walkthrough shows how to create an ASP.NET Core backend required for Angular applications using TX Text Control.

Detect Toggle Button Changes

Detect Toggle Button Changes

This article shows how to detect changes of toggle buttons in the ribbon of the web editor using a MutationObserver. The state of a toggle button in the ribbon visualizes the state of a certain property. For example a toggled list button shows, that the current input position belongs to a list.

Sequentially Sign Documents with Multiple Signers

Sequentially Sign Documents with Multiple Signers

The Text Control DocumentViewer is designed to sign documents by multiple users. This article explains how to setup and deploy documents for multiple signers.

Angular: Loading Documents on Initializing TX Text Control

Angular: Loading Documents on Initializing TX Text Control

With the latest version 28.3.0, the Angular document editor received a new event that is fired when TXTextControl is available. This event can be used to access the object and to attach additional events.

Angular DocumentViewer: Loading Documents

Angular DocumentViewer: Loading Documents

This article shows how to load documents from an ASP.NET Core API Controller into TX Text Control DocumentViewer for Angular.

JavaScript Functions for Typical Form Field Tasks

JavaScript Functions for Typical Form Field Tasks

The new JavaScript API not only enables programmatic access to all elements of a document, but also provides events for user interaction.

Angular: Loading and Saving Local Documents

Angular: Loading and Saving Local Documents

This article shows how to load and save local documents using the Angular version of the document editor.

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