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The 0.4 release includes the first complete (in principle) PDF/A-1b validation profile, and while unverified, tests well against the internal corpora.


Official PDF Association PDF/A and PDF/UA flyers updated


PDF creation is now native in Windows.


The complete specification for Unicode 8.0 is now available, with 7,716 new characters.


Release 0.2 of veraPDF does not yet perform PDF/A validation, but as a proof-of-concept it demonstrates the approach selected for project.


Link-farming with PDF (still) fools Google. What are they parsing, and what are they doing with what they get?


Will Android heavyweight Samsung introduce PDF annotation support?


The latest version of the Unicode Standard adds 7,716 new characters and six new scripts. New additions range from emoji characters (including five modifiers for diversity), new ideographs for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, support for more lowercase C …


PDF/A adoption remains slow, even in European academic archives.


Will PDF/UA be an option or a requirement for PDF documents in the coming refresh of Section 508? Duff Johnson walks you through the issues and reviews 3rd party testimony on PDF/UA.