Introducing the Forms Extension for Adobe PDF Library

Introducing the Forms Extension for Adobe PDF Library

Datalogics is very proud to announce the release of the Forms Extension for the Adobe PDF Library (APDFL)! This exciting new add-on expands the PDF Library’s processing capabilities for XFA (static and dynamic) and AcroForm forms, notably allowing XFA documents to be opened and converted to more widely-compatible non-XFA PDF content that can be rendered, viewed, modified, extracted, and printed.  The full set of enhanced forms features include: Rendering XFA and AcroForm form documents Converting XFA forms to AcroForm Importing…

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Form with Function, Part One: Working with Digital Forms

Form with Function, Part One: Working with Digital Forms

We don’t need to persuade you of the value of creating digital forms and surveys over paper forms handed out on clipboards. Paper is so 20th century. You see online surveys on your browser from not-for-profits and airlines and political campaigns and banks every day, and pop-ups asking to improve their customer experience before you click the big “X” in the upper right corner. You probably file your tax returns using TurboTax, a practice the Internal Revenue Service has been encouraging…

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2019 In the Rear View Mirror

2019 In the Rear View Mirror

As we roll the calendar forward, it’s a good time to look over the year behind us, and to look forward to what we can expect in the year ahead. Interns – “The Sprouts” Last summer (2019), we continued the expansion of our internship program. We have hosted Engineering interns every summer for over a decade now, and in 2018, this program expanded to include Marketing interns. For 2019 we further expanded the program to include our first IT interns….

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DeveloperWeek Austin 2019: More Inspiring Conversations with the Developer Community

DeveloperWeek Austin 2019: More Inspiring Conversations with the Developer Community

Last month we wrapped up yet another successful DeveloperWeek conference, this time in Austin, TX. As a native Texan myself, I was excited to return to my home state and chat with the developer community in Austin, which is now a booming tech hub. Myself and our Engineering Manager, Nitesh Rastogi, attended the conference on behalf of Datalogics and we exhibited in booth #107. With this being the first conference for the both of us as Datalogics representatives, Nitesh and…

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