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Dietrich von Seggern from callas software explains PDF standards with a focus on the newest standards.
According to CommonCrawl’s detected MIME type PDF is the 3rd most popular file-format on the web (behind HTML and XHTML); more popular than JPEG, PNG or GIF files.
Dietrich von Seggern describes optimal uses of automation in label printing and discusses the integration of print processing steps in PDF production workflows.
The Technical Working Group’s chair explains the current missions of the PDF Forms TWG; a declarative model for business logic, alignment with web forms and optimized accessibility.
PDF documents can be as accessible as web pages if presented correctly.
To assist both academic and industry researchers achieve high-quality and accurate PDF-oriented research outcomes, the PDF Association is now offering a new free peer-review service.
Doing PDF right means being aware of errata for PDF 2.0. With over 65 issues now resolved and approved by the PDF Association’s PDF TWG, the body of knowledge in the “PDF Issues” GitHub repo is already significant.
The PDF Association expands its pdf-issues GitHub repo to cover all ISO standards based on PDF 2.0.
The LangSec IEEE S&P Workshop this year includes several PDF-related presentations resulting from SafeDocs research including a paper by CTO Peter Wyatt.
An overview of industry working-group activities pertaining to tagged PDF.