C# Create Excel File Tutorial 2020.7.0
Within IronExcel, we can easily find a constructor to generate a new Excel file of either the XLS or XLSX file format.
Additional formats include Excel templates and other edge cases.
IronExcel can be used within web applications, desktop applications, console applications, and within class libraries indeed, almost any .NET project type for Framework, Core, or Standard. It also works with Xamarin, Mobile, Linux, MacOS and Azure.
IronXL can be used to create Excel files for the XLSX format and XML format generated in 1995, or the older XLS format based on the BIFF file format standard of virtual hard disk.
IronXL cant just create Excel files. Its generational features are very useful; however, it can also read and edit existing Excel documents as well as importing data from them. IronXL also allows us to import and export data from CSV, TSV, and JSON documents.
IronXLs API is entirely native to .NET, requiring no Office Interop, and is very user-friendly, making for an easy and efficient developer experience that outputs fast code.
IronXL provides an easy fix for common use cases, such as exporting an Excel spreadsheet from a finance application or importing data from existing spreadsheets.
IronXL is an instinctive C# and VB Excel API that permits you to peruse, alter and make Excel spreadsheet documents in .NET with extremely quick execution.
Iron Excel provides an easy fix for working with Excel in web applications and desktop applications that require us to open an Excel file or write an Excel file. With those applications, rest assured because we don't use Office Interop, we can deploy everywhere. Install with Nuget: https://www.nuget.org/packages/IronXL.Excel
IronXL allows engineers to create, read and edit Excel (and other Spreadsheet documents) in .Net Applications and sites.
Learn more about this on our website https://ironsoftware.com/csharp/excel/tutorials/create-excel-file-net/