Xploration 2018: Panels, Presentations, and PDFs

Xploration 2018: Panels, Presentations, and PDFs

I can’t believe it’s time again to head back to sunny Orlando, Florida for the Xploration 2018 conference, April 17 – 19. This will be a great event focused on improving the customer communications process by leveraging the collective knowledge of end-users, industry leaders, and solutions providers. Datalogics is excited to be an active participant in this Xplor event. Join our Chief Product Officer and Chairman of the PDF Association, Matt Kuznicki, and Executive Director of the PDF Association, Duff…

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Using JRuby with Adobe PDF Library’s Java Interface

Using JRuby with Adobe PDF Library’s Java Interface

Last month, I started exploring using JRuby with our PDF Java Toolkit. But since we also have another product with a Java interface, I couldn’t resist experimenting with making JRuby work with it as well. So for this round, I re-implemented the Annotations sample from Adobe PDF Library’s (APDFL) Java interface. The Annotations sample lists the annotations on the first page of a given document. The advantage of this sample app is that it’s a nice and tight little program…

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Document Management Systems: The Importance of Trouble-Free PDFs

Document Management Systems: The Importance of Trouble-Free PDFs

PDFs continue to be a widely used document format for sharing, viewing, and editing documents. This is especially relevant in the document management systems space where there are many comprehensive enterprise-focused document management platforms that help users manage, share, and edit documents from companies like Microsoft SharePoint, BOX, and Dropbox. And most recently with the highly anticipated first big tech IPO of 2018 – Dropbox is now trading on the Nasdaq. With this increasing shift to online workflows and document…

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PDF Tool Updates: Enhanced Features and Functionality

PDF Tool Updates: Enhanced Features and Functionality

Recently, we released new versions for two of our popular PDF tools – PDF OPTIMIZER 1.1 and PDF CHECKER 1.1. With the addition of more enhanced features and functionality, there are a lot of new exciting features and workflows you can discover and leverage with these two tools. PDF CHECKER now performs document verification with a wider platform support. Based on user feedback, this powerful tool is now available on Linux. With this new release, we have added additional error…

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