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.

The URMS Ecosystem Keeps Growing

The URMS Ecosystem Keeps Growing

As the URMS ecosystem becomes more sophisticated, new tools are becoming available to publishers, retailers, libraries, schools and consumers. This is great news because it means solutions are entering the market that will enable stakeholders to develop reading solutions with URMS digital rights at their core. URMS is a digital rights management system from Sony that protects not only movies and video games, but eBooks as well. This system offers more flexibility than other rights management systems, and can provide…

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Support…What’s changed in the last 30 years

Support…What’s changed in the last 30 years

Customers are no longer limited to the telephone as the only source of support. With the advent of the internet, the ability for one to access information has changed the concept of support dramatically. Let’s look at how things have changed and what resources are available to get the information you need to solve your problems faster. I started my career in support back in the 80’s before the arrival of the internet. At that time, the only tools available…

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Is the Adobe PDF Library a ‘He’?

Is the Adobe PDF Library a ‘He’?

Last week, we hosted PDF Camp in our hometown of Chicago. This event gave customers a chance to discuss the Adobe PDF Library (APDFL), PDF issues in general, and deep dive into code with our onsite developers. While it was a great event focused on customers, there was a tiny observation I made that really caught my attention. While I was listening to one of our seasoned Datalogics developers talking about the Library, he referred to APDFL as “he” in…

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