Why CSS for Print? XSL-FO has been the standard for styling content for print for a long time, however CSS has been seeing an increase in interest over the last couple years. The reasons for using CSS include, ubiquity, reuse, customization, flexibility and speed.
callas software, a leader in the fields of automatic PDF processing and archiving solutions, is reporting excellent growth in sales for 2016. OEM customers in particular contributed to an unexpected rise of almost 25% in document processes and archiving, and around 10% in the print and publishing sector. Sales through partners and distributors also boosted turnover.
Qoppa Software has released a new HTML-based solution allowing to annotate and markup PDF documents in any browser and any platform (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android), without any plugin. This solution replaces Qoppa’s existing applet-based solutions …
ABCpdf .NET is a powerful and flexible .NET component for PDF manipulation. As such, you’ll find it documented for C# and VB.NET, with numerous PDF code examples and freely adaptable projects, all designed to help you get up to speed.