Topic: pdf

SD Times news digest: Qoppa PDF Studio Viewer 2018, Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK 6.2 and Aspose.EPS for .NET

Qoppa has announced PDF Studio Viewer 2018 with new annotation and form filling capabilities. PDF Studio Viewer is the company’s PDF reader for Windows, macOS and Linux. In addition, the company adding new features for reviewing and marking up PDF documents such as sticky notes, typewriter, text box, callout, shape and text markup annotations. Other … continue reading

Visual Integrity releases version 11 of PDK SDK trio

Visual Integrity has released version 11 of its three SDK’s for working with PDF files. Together, the PDF Conversion SDK, PDF Creation SDK and Custom PDF SDK provide a robust, end-to-end set of PDF libraries for Windows, OS X and Linux developers. The PDF Conversion SDK enables developers to open and edit vector-based PDF files … continue reading

Qoppa releases jOfficeConvert and new version of PDF Automation Server

Qoppa has released a Java library called jOfficeConvert and the latest version of its PDF Automation Server. jOfficeConvert reads and renders Word and Excel documents and converts them to PDF or images, or prints the documents automatically. It uses the Qoppa PDF-to-HTML5 conversion library jPDFWeb to convert Word and Excel documents to HTML / SVG. … continue reading

Qoppa Software releases PDF Studio version 12

Qoppa Software announced version 12 of PDF Studio, the company’s PDF editor for Windows, Mac and Linux. With this new version, users have access to new features like PDF Imposition, Scanning Configuration, Excel to PDF conversion, page resize, and 4K display support. According to the company, professionals in the prepress and print industry can use … continue reading

JIRA Cloud for iPad, Chromium’s WebAssembly plans, GitHub’s temporary interaction limits, and Qt 5.9 — SD Times news digest: May 31, 2017

Atlassian launched JIRA Cloud for iPhone a year ago, and today, it announced that the wait is over for JIRA Cloud for iPad. JIRA Cloud for iPad is available now, and it comes with mobile functionality, more spacious and contextual boards, a redesigned and split screen backlog view, and the ability to filter by team … continue reading

Apple’s PDFKit changes, Tor Project/Firefox collaboration continues, and Linux 4.10 rc2: SD Times news digest—Jan. 4, 2017

According to a report confirmed by Apple Insider, Apple has rewritten the PDFKit framework in macOS 10.12 Sierra, with an implementation of a common core with iOS and macOS, ultimately causing numerous issues for software that relies on PDFKit. In Apple Insider’s report, third-party developers have voiced their complaints, including Jon Ashwell, developer of the … continue reading

The PDF file format: A work in progress

With almost every sector of the economy facing a digital transformation, businesses must find new ways to get their information and data online. No longer does it make sense to have documents stored on paper. To keep up with the ever-changing times, more and more businesses are turning to the Portable Document Format (PDF). “Due … continue reading

Altova MissionKit enhances its Big Data, database and XBRL tools

Altova MissionKit’s latest release features changes to its Big Data, database, and XBRL tools, designed to increase an organization’s productivity. Altova’s last big release was in February, and it focused mostly on support for JSON and .NET APIs, introducing new tools for JSON and features to speed up JSON development. Altova MissionKit 2017 latest updates … continue reading

Apache PDFBox 2.0 is released

After more than three years of development, the Apache PDFBox team has announced the release of Apache PDFBox 2.0.0. The Apache PDFBox library is an open-source Java tool for working with PDF documents. The project allows creation and manipulation of PDF documents, and the ability to extract content from them. Apache PDFBox also includes several … continue reading

Navigating a shifting PDF component landscape

PDFs have been around for a long time—more than two decades, in fact. As the platforms displaying the format have evolved beyond a simple desktop, more and more tools and components proliferate behind the scenes to ensure those documents crisply render and display on whatever application or screen they pop up in. Since its inception … continue reading

PDFs on the rebound

From “green” revamps to government digital archiving efforts, PDF is still seeing a great deal of use … continue reading

Amyuni builds PDF toolkit for Microsoft platforms

Tools include an optional OCR module, and PDF conversion products for DevTouch and Silverlight for mobile applications … continue reading

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