Chicago, IL, May 7, 2015 At the Microsoft Ignite (conference) in Chicago today, Datalogics, the premier source for Adobe PDF and eBook technologies, announced the release of their PDF WebAPI Connected Service for Visual Studio. Connected Services are Microsofts method for integrating services directly within Visual Studio 2015. The Datalogics PDF WebAPI Connected Service enables developers to access a broad set of PDF manipulation capabilities such as filling and flattening PDF forms, adding images, adding headers and footers, and more.
Were excited to partner with Datalogics, said Steve Lasker, Program Manager, Visual Studio Cloud Platform Tools at Microsoft. Visual Studios new Add Connected Service makes it easy for developers to access and utilize services in a consistent manner. Datalogics gave great feedback as a third-party service provider; with Connected Services like Datalogics PDF WebAPI, developers have access to a broadening community of services.
Brandon Haugen, Product Manager Emerging PDF Technologies at Datalogics adds, Working with Microsoft has been great. Were excited that our PDF WebAPI is one of the first services made available for Visual Studio and exposing that functionality through Connected Services will make it much more accessible to developers.
The PDF WebAPI Connected Service is currently available for Microsoft Visual Studio 2015. For more information about the Datalogics PDF WebAPI Connected Service, visit http://www.datalogics.com.
About Datalogics PDF WebAPI
Datalogics PDF WebAPI is a powerful, secure web services API that exposes a broad set of PDF functionality to web and mobile application developers. Built upon proven Adobe technology and using a RESTful architecture, the PDF WebAPI enables software engineers to develop connected applications.
Chicago-based Datalogics, Incorporated, an Adobe Portfolio Company, has dedicated over 45 years to delivering the highest quality software technologies and services which meet the most demanding customer needs. Datalogics is the premier source for Adobe eBook and PDF developer technologies, including the Adobe PDF Library, Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit, Datalogics PDF WebAPI, Adobe Normalizer, Adobe Content Server and Adobe Reader Mobile SDK. Datalogics is a member of the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) and the Readium Foundation, and is on the board of the PDF Association.
For more information, visit www.datalogics.com.