"PLEASE NOTE: iTextSharp is EOL, and has been replaced by iText 7. Only security fixes will be addedWe HIGHLY recommend customers use iText 7 for new projects, and to consider moving existing projects from iTextSharp to iText 7 to benefit from the many improvements such as:- HTML to PDF (PDF/A) conversion- PDF Redaction- SVG support- Better language support (Indic, Thai, Khmer, Arabic, Hebrew)- PDF Debugging for your IDE- Data Extraction- Better continued support and bugfixes- More modular, extensible handling of your document workflow- Extra practical add-ons- Encryption, hashing and digital signaturesiText is a PDF library that allows you to CREATE, ADAPT, INSPECT and MAINTAIN documents in the Portable Document Format (PDF), allowing you to add PDF functionality to your software projects with ease. We even have documentation to help you get coding.iText 7 is available under AGPL and Commercial license. iText 7 Community: itext7iText 7 is a complete re-write of iText 5, allowing you to choose your adventure with add-ons, all based on a simple, modular code structure that is easy to use and well documented.iText 7 includes pdfDebug, the first debugging tool that gives you a clear overview of your content streams and document structure as well as pdfCalligraph, allowing you to leverage advanced typography.Several iText engineers are actively supporting the project on StackOverflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/itext"
"Polly.Contrib.WaitAndRetry is an extension library for Polly containing helper methods for a variety of wait-and-retry strategies."
"Roslyn analyzers for ASP.NET Core Components.This package was built from the source code at https://github.com/dotnet/aspnetcore/tree/25bd01f17d5f01fc78bea5eb5308b2c0d79…"
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