THE EFFECT OF DIGITAL DOCUMENT TECHNOLOGY ON . . . BICYCLES

THE EFFECT OF DIGITAL DOCUMENT TECHNOLOGY ON . . . BICYCLES

We have a bicycle riding culture at Datalogics. A lot of our employees participate in rides like the Udder Century, through Illinois and Wisconsin dairy farm country, and the North Shore Century across Chicago’s north suburbs. Several of us ride to work; I bike seven miles to work every day, year round, and haven’t owned a car for over 30 years. On a cold January day in 2014 (-16 degrees F) I biked to work, and ended up meeting our…

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Recreating Acrobat’s Document Properties Initial View Tab

Recreating Acrobat’s Document Properties Initial View Tab

Note that this is part of a series where we use Adobe PDF Library (APDFL) to extract or recreate the information contained in the Adobe Acrobat’s Document Properties tab. If you have never used the full version of Adobe Acrobat, just Reader, then you might not be familiar with the Initial View tab, which is missing from Reader’s Document Properties window because it allows you to see and modify some aspects of how the PDF document is presented in Acrobat or…

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JavaOne 2016: Visit booth 6012 to learn more about PDF!

JavaOne 2016: Visit booth 6012 to learn more about PDF!

JavaOne starts next week in San Francisco and it is hard to believe that it has been almost a full year since we were last there! Since JavaOne 2015, we have released a new major version of our PDF Java Toolkit that includes an entirely new set of samples that demonstrate best practices for working both with PDF and with Java as well as adding support for OSGi out of the box. There is plenty more in the works as…

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Rethinking virtual libraries

Rethinking virtual libraries

I usually write about product updates and eBook projects that are happening at Datalogics.  This blog is different.  This will be part of my effort in writing about what is going on in the eBook world at large. To me, it is important to share not just product news, but our thoughts and interests with a broad audience including our customers. I welcome your feedback and comments. My library card has been expired for (I am embarrassed to say) at…

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