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Convert files to PDF using Microsoft Graph & Azure Functions

I do come across the task of creating PDF documents quite frequently and while there are a ton of open source and proprietary PDF libraries for almost any platform I was asking myself: Isn’t there a simpler way of doing this? Without caring about the drawbacks of the free libs or the cost and licensing complexity of the proprietary ones? Do I really want to care about all the settings…

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Philipp Bauknecht

Philipp Bauknecht

CEO @ medialesson. Microsoft Regional Director & MVP Windows Development. Father of identical twins. Passionate about great User Interfaces, NYC & Steaks

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