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This second release of 2021 brings many important improvements to the iText 7 Suite, including the introduction of flexbox support in pdfHTML, better SVG mapping, improved performance of the layout module for large block elements, and much more.
The PDF Association expands its pdf-issues GitHub repo to cover all ISO standards based on PDF 2.0.
Podcast part 1 talks about PDF standards in general. Part 2 discusses PDF/A for long term archiving and part 3 is about Accessibility and PDF/UA.
The software is freely scalable and can therefore be quickly and easily adapted to the current situation depending on the volume of documents and number of users.
A new Technical Working Group will develop guidance and best-practices for the RichMedia annotation defined in PDF 2.0.
This PDF file tests parsing valid combinations of adjacent PDF tokens both in the body of a PDF as well as in PDF content streams.
PDF 2.0 Application Note 003 identifies precise locations for PDF objects’ XMP metadata to help drive interoperability across all PDF creators and consumers.
The ISO-standardized PDF format and subset formats facilitate digital document solutions for today and tomorrow.
The recently-announced pdf-issues GitHub repo already has 25 issues, with 12 proposed resolutions for review in the next PDF TWG meeting.
To support industry uptake of PDF 2.0, the specification’s ISO Project Leaders, working through the PDF Association, have established a public GitHub repository to facilitate the reporting of issues against ISO 32000-2:2020.