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How to Save Time and Money with Print-Optimized Workflows If you work in the print industry, or your job requires printing PDF documents for commercial reasons, you know that going to press with files that aren’t prepared for printing can …
OctoberPDFest recordings are now available! 31 videos offer a wide variety of perspectives on our favorite format!
The PDF Shadow Attacks are a new class of security vulnerabilities for PDF. In case you need a tldr; then rest assured that iText is immune to the published attacks. However, we also found that iText 7 could be utilized …
Makes pdfToolbox a broader ranging, more powerful PDF engine across the board
We are pleased to announce the release of iText DITO 1.5. The latest release of iText’s high-convenience PDF document generator includes a number of new features and changes for template editing and PDF generation. Read on to learn more.
Datalogics is very proud to announce the brand new .NET Core support for the Adobe PDF Library. The Adobe PDF library is the most powerful PDF SDK on the market, and now that power is unlocked on the .NET Core development …
In our final release for 2020, we’ve a number of new features and improvements, including improved Core word wrapping for special scripts, full support for CSS background properties in pdfHTML, and much more!
How government departments and private businesses alike can benefit from using optical character recognition (OCR) to unlock and digitally transform their data.
The new PDF Automation Server 2020 helps companies embrace digital transformation and automate complex document processes without any coding at all, by creating simple flowcharts through drag and drop!
The Mako(TM) SDK adds value to the Racami transactional workflow by cleaning up PDF files from multiple sources seamlessly before onward multi-channel processing. Racami’s solution is used by direct marketers, transactional processors, book publishers, governments and corporations.