2017 marks a record number of attendees / Experts shared fully-grounded wisdom on PDF standards across the two-day event Berlin. With over 200 attendees, this year’s PDF Days Europe in Berlin was a significant success with the largest attendance of any …Slides and video recordings of the PDF Days Europe 2017
About 35 informative sessions across a wide range of topics, including the next-generation PDF project. Within the video frames you can use the red “play” button to get a short impression of the talk or can enjoy the high resolution version by clicking …PDF Days Europe 2017 hits the target!
With more than 200 participants, this year’s PDF Days Europe was the largest to-date. Early feedback from attendees makes clear that it was also a great success.PDF/X in a Nutshell
PDF for printing – The ISO standard PDF/X was the first ISO standard based on PDF technology. A subset of the PDF specification, PDF/X was designed to constrain PDF files in order to cater to specific use-cases in the print industry. Content Introduc …Final agenda of the PDF Europe 2017 available as download
More than 150 attendees have registered for the PDF Days Europe 2017 so far!
Developers participating in the PDF 2.0 interop workshops in the UK (Cambridge) in May, and in the USA (Boston) in June will have the opportunity to test their own files and implementations – even PDF 1.7 implementations – against files and software others have developed for PDF 2.0.
There’s no cost for these workshops, and developers have the option of participating anonymously, or even remotely.
Those participating will be asked to fill an Excel spreadsheet listing their test objectives, and specifying the nature of the information they’ll provide based on their own tests. The PDF Association will use this information to create a matrix of possible pair-wise tests while protecting some participants’ need for anonymity.
The Excel file collects company and product information, and for anonymous participants, we will assign code-words to any product name provided. The form then asks for the basic type of software (creator, consumer, both) being tested.
Once the basic software type is established, choose the means by which you prefer to share test-results with the test-file’s contributor.
For each file (or feature in your software) that you wish to test, please identify areas of testing focus with one row / area of focus. Note that the drop-down is populated by the table-of-contents as provided in the FDIS of ISO 32000-2. PDF Association members can access the FDIS from the PDF Association intranet.
Provide a clearly-identifiable test-case or file-name for each test-file, and indicate whether you’ll be providing some test-cases, or are seeking test-cases.
Once you have identified each test-focus and corresponding file, email your Excel file to email@example.com.
Sign up for the PDF 2.0 interop workshop UK today – May 2-3 in Cambridge.
Sign up for the PDF 2.0 interop workshop USA today! It’s on June 12-13 in Boston.