When you can’t wait for [PDF’s] future to arrive…

When you can’t wait for [PDF’s] future to arrive…

If you read any science fiction, you’ve probably heard of the grandfather paradox: if you were to travel back in time and change history such that you were never born, then you would never exist in the present day…and therefore could never travel back in time.  But I made a realization the other day that a similar thing happens in developing technology: when creating something new, our choices today both enable the future…and limit it. As part of my job…

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Datalogics Receives Owler HOT in Chicago Award

Datalogics Receives Owler HOT in Chicago Award

Happy New Year! We are excited and honored to have received the Owler 2016 HOT In Chicago Award alongside other great Chicago companies. Owler provides unique business intelligence and insight with an active community of over 800,000 professionals. The 2016 Hot in Chicago Award showcases the top trending companies in Chicago, with only 98 out of over 32,000 companies selected for this exclusive honor. As 2017 kicks off we look forward to another exciting and busy year as well as…

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On Our Way to DBW 2017

On Our Way to DBW 2017

This is only the second week of 2017 but things are already moving so fast.  We are prepping for our visit to Digital Book World (DBW) 2017 next week, in, where else, New York City!   As the product manager for eBooks, this is one of my favorite conferences to attend.  Besides the fact that I love the excitement of being in NYC, DBW is truly a great venue for anyone who needs to be in the know about trends…

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Building workflows by connecting the dots with Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit

Building workflows by connecting the dots with Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit

Back in April of 2016 with version 6.1.1 of our PDF Java Toolkit, we released a new set of samples that was significantly trimmed down from what we had previously been shipping. There are a number of reasons why we did this – better organization, less duplication, demonstration of best practices instead of proof of a feature working (read about it in the blog post that announced this).  However,  the most important reason was that we wanted to provide samples that…

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