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Using a Flipping book application in ASP.net

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Hi There

I am writing an ASP.net application where I am going to be uploading PDFS to a database.
I would like to use some sort of flipping book application that will read the pdf from the database and display it in a flip book or flipping book viewer.

Does anybody know how this can be done.

Thanks
Stanton
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Yes! You can use this for free (for private use), existing some options for commercial use.

http://www.megazine3.de/

Hope that helps.
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