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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.
Thoma Bravo’s investment is expected to drive increased innovation within PDFTron’s document processing technology platform and accelerate the company’s growth trajectory in the document processing market. PDFTron will benefit from the operating capabilities, capital support, and deep sector expertise of …
Learn from Pat McGrew and Drew Sprague about how post-composition and personalization drive productivity, and how you can combine that idea with innovative PDF optimization for print and digital delivery.
The PDF Association expands its pdf-issues GitHub repo to cover all ISO standards based on PDF 2.0.
Today we’re excited to officially announce the next phase of our PDF processing evolution: Datalogics Cloud, a suite of cloud-based PDF processing products, which includes a free app on Zapier and a robust API on Amazon Web Services.
The LangSec IEEE S&P Workshop this year includes several PDF-related presentations resulting from SafeDocs research including a paper by CTO Peter Wyatt.
Unfortunately a lot of PDF files are still being made that don’t comply with the standard. The team at Global Graphics Software have developed their own rules around what Harlequin should do with non-compliant files, and invested many decades of …
iText Software announced the launch of a new product for their iText 7 PDF library: pdfOptimizer. This compression tool makes smart compression choices that save users memory space and increase speed.
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.
callas software today released version 10.2 of its pdfaPilot product line, which supports the only-just-released 64-bit version of Adobe Acrobat for Windows.