Build your own PDF Converter with Csharp WPF and Syncfusion for PC from scratch

In this video, you are going to learn how to build your own PDF Converter with Csharp WPF and Syncfusion for PC from scratch.

Syncfusion Website: https://bit.ly/3wPng9a

Syncfusion WPF Components: https://bit.ly/3qJtCpz

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create our own PDF converter. We also want to make it look professional, with a beautiful UI and resizable window. This is a chance to introduce you to our sponsor for this video Syncfusion!.

Syncfusion offers a wide range of products and libraries for all platforms. In this tutorial, we will be using a handful of their libraries to build our PDF converter. We will use their PDF essential libraries to program our file conversion logic, like how to convert an image to a PDF and vice versa. After that, we will apply one of Syncfusion’s neat themes which is called Fluent Light. It’s a responsive theme that will make our UI look stunning. Finally, we will add some extra logic to resize our UI whenever the size of our window changes, to make sure our UI looks right at all times. We’ve got a lot to do so let’s get started :).

Get the source code on github : https://github.com/tutorialseu/WPF-PD...

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