Visiting Partners Abroad: Our Journey to India

Visiting Partners Abroad: Our Journey to India

Recently, Vel Genov, Datalogics Product Manager, and I made a trip overseas to visit a few of our partners in India. Upon our return, we were asked by many friends, family, and colleagues what it’s like to do business in India, so I thought I’d share some of our experiences. After several visits to India, the country still fascinates me and the ability to easily describe it continues to elude me. How do you summarize a country where the currency…

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Redaction with Overlay Text using Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit

Redaction with Overlay Text using Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit

When publishing documents online, you have to operate under the assumption that someone, somewhere, has made a copy of it and that it will exist forever. Because of that, we need to take extra care to remove sensitive data from those files before they go to the Internet universe. This is why redacting (the removal of the sensitive content) is such an important feature. In a PDF file, you are creating redaction annotations that will eventually be applied to the…

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Clipping Images in PDF: Now with Text

Clipping Images in PDF: Now with Text

I have a fondness for those “Greetings From…” postcards that show some of the touristic highlights in the text of the name of the place.  So I thought I’d make my own using my own pictures, and use PDF’s ability to use text as a clipping path to generate that effect. Text, but using what font? I found a bunch of likely fonts on my system that I thought might work. And then I tested them:

Datalogics Dedication to Customer Issue Resolution

Datalogics Dedication to Customer Issue Resolution

As someone who was previously a Software Developer, and is now a Product Manager at Datalogics, I have a great appreciation for those who spend the time to report issues to us. There is nothing worse as a developer than learning that code you wrote is causing problems for someone who is trying to use it. The reality, however, is that bugs happen. Code gets written to solve a specific problem; when it goes out to the world, people find…

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