Getting Started Tutorials

Get started and follow these guides to integrate document processing into your Angular applications.

Step 1: Create your Trial Backend Access Token

There are two ways to evaluate TX Text Control for Angular. The easiest way to evaluate TX Text Control without hosting your own backend server is by creating a trial access token valid for 30 days.

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Step 2: Getting Started Tutorials

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Using the Document Editor in Angular

This quick start tutorial shows how to integrate the document editor into a new Angular application.

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Using the Document Viewer in Angular

This quick start tutorial shows how to integrate the document viewer into a new Angular application.

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Angular Application with an ASP.NET Core Back-End

This sample shows how to create the project and how to load and merge documents using ASP.NET Core back-end Web APIs.

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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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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.

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Signing Documents with the Angular DocumentViewer

The TX Text Control DocumentViewer for Angular can be used to request signatures for an electronic document signing process. This tutorial shows how to request a signature.

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Study Our Online Help

The Online Help documentation provides an overview of the complete product, including getting started tutorials, descriptions for the shipped sample projects and the complete class library reference with detailed information about each member of the API.

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