Adding OPDS Feeds in Bookvia

Adding OPDS Feeds in Bookvia

I started the Bookvia application the other day and was presented with the “Tips” dialog. Being curious, I tapped the “next” button a few times and started to wonder how many tips there were. I decided to go search for the tips in the source so I could easily see all of them in one place. 41 tips in total as it turns out. While I was reviewing the tips I noticed one said “You can add your own OPDS…

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Automated PDF Printing Workflows

Automated PDF Printing Workflows

Even with much talk and much progress on the “paperless future” over the past decades, printing remains one of the most common things users wish to do with PDF files. In his keynote presentation on the PDF State of the Union at PDF Days 2016, Leonard Rosenthol noted that fully one-quarter of users who open a PDF in Adobe Reader appear to then go on and print that same PDF. And automated PDF creation almost always has a print need….

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PDF Camp: Chicago 2017 Engages Customers and Promotes Industry Learning

PDF Camp: Chicago 2017 Engages Customers and Promotes Industry Learning

Recently, we partnered with callas and 4 Pees to organize an event called PDF Camp: Chicago 2017. The two-day PDF focused workshop offered a great opportunity to meet face-to-face with our customers, learn more about what they are working on, and address any immediate questions they had regarding PDF workflows, PDF functionality, or anomalies they were experiencing with our respective products. Our senior-level software developers and technical support staff were on site to provide their expertise to customers to help…

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PDFObjectExplorer, Now With Images

PDFObjectExplorer, Now With Images

At Last Month’s PDF Camp, I gave a mini-presentation on different tools that I use for diagnosing PDF problems. One of the tools I highlighted was our PDFObjectExplorer sample app; the version that ships with the Adobe PDF Library. However, while putting together the presentation, I was also tweaking PDFObjectExplorer to be a bit more useful.