Code Samples

On this page, you’ll find (mostly) beginner samples in a variety of different programming languages, which will help you get started with Quick PDF Library in your environment.

If you’re looking for even more sample code then we commend that you take a look at our knowledge base and the samples section in the forum.

You may also want to check out the getting started guides to help orientate yourself.

C#

This sample shows you how to use the ActiveX and DLL editions with C#.

C++ (Visual)

This sample shows you how to use the ActiveX and DLL editions with Visual C++.

Visual C++ Source Code – ActiveX
Visual C++ Source Code – DLL

Delphi

This sample shows you how to use the Delphi edition with Delphi.

Delphi Source Code – Delphi (DCU)

This sample shows you how to digitally sign a PDF using Delphi.

Delphi Source Code – Delphi (DCU)

Objective-C (Xcode)

This sample shows you how to use the Dylib edition of Quick PDF Library for Mac with Objective-C and Xcode.

Objective C and Xcode – Dylib

Perl (Windows)

This sample shows you how to use the ActiveX edition with Perl (Windows only).

Perl Source Code – ActiveX

PHP (Windows)

This sample shows you how to use the ActiveX edition with PHP (Windows only).

PHP Source Code – ActiveX

VB6

This sample shows you how to use the ActiveX edition with VB6.

VB6 Source Code – ActiveX

VBScript

This sample shows you how to use the ActiveX edition with VBScript.

VBScript Source Code – ActiveX

Visual Basic (.NET)

This sample shows you how to use the ActiveX and DLL editions with Visual Basic (.NET).

Visual Basic Source Code – ActiveX
Visual Basic Source Code – DLL