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Adobe lets developers do a lot more with PDF in newly released ColdFusion 11

Olaf Drümmer // May 2, 2014

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Adobe's press release from April 29, 2014 announces the version 11 of ColdFusion, and states: "Work with PDF Efficiently and Effectively: ColdFusion 11 provides full access to Document Description XML (DDX), so that developers can do a lot more with PDFs, such as adding comments, bookmarks, file attachments, and headers and footers with automatic page numbers. Further they can customize the appearance of PDF files by setting page margins, size, and rotation. PDF files are also made more secure with electronic signatures. Developers can leverage new archiving capabilities to enable preservation of electronic files as long-term, self-contained documents of record. An improved conversion engine from Adobe generates superior quality PDF files from HTML pages."


ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Olaf Drümmer

Olaf Drümmer is the founder of callas software (1995) and axaio software (2006). Beginning in 1998 he became very active in the development of PDF and color management best practice guidelines and standards. Having been a delegate to several ISO technical committees dealing in PDF standards over almost two decades he contributed substantially to PDF/X, PDF/A, PDF/VT, PDF/UA and various …

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Olaf Drümmer

Olaf Drümmer is the founder of callas software (1995) and axaio software (2006). Beginning in 1998 he became very active …