Forms Extension Launched on Windows 64-bit

Forms Extension Launched on Windows 64-bit

Datalogics is very proud to announce the newest release of Forms Extension™ for Adobe PDF Library, available now on Windows 64-bit for C++, .NET, and Java!  While our initial launch was limited to Windows 32-bit, we’ve worked hard to overcome obstacles to bring you a comprehensive Windows solution.  In case you missed our previous announcement about the recent introduction of this exciting new product, please refer to this blog post. One of the primary reasons this is a really big…

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Statement from our CEO: How Datalogics is Responding to COVID-19

Statement from our CEO: How Datalogics is Responding to COVID-19

During these unprecedented times, with the health and financial crisis that we find ourselves in, we wanted to update our customers, partners, and vendors on the steps Datalogics has taken to deal with the crisis, as well as provide some guidance on how we are moving forward. First and foremost, Datalogics remains open for business and ready to serve our customers and partners. We have transitioned to a virtual office and our team is working remotely as we practice social…

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Engineering Perspective: Why you Should Upgrade to Adobe PDF Library v18

Engineering Perspective: Why you Should Upgrade to Adobe PDF Library v18

It’s hard to believe, but Datalogics’ version of the Adobe PDF Library version 15.0.4 was first released nearly three years ago. Since then, we’ve made hundreds of fixes and enhancements, mostly driven by the issues that our customers brought to us to address. Likewise, Adobe has done its own fixes and enhancements to APDFL. Melding these often-divergent efforts gives our customers the best of both worlds, with the deliberate test-driven approach that Engineering took with the APDFL v18 port, APDFL…

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Form with Function, Part Two: Reader Enabling Your PDF Forms

Form with Function, Part Two: Reader Enabling Your PDF Forms

Continued from part one. The purpose of the Forms Extension for APDFL is to allow you to expand the capacity of the Adobe PDF Library to work with PDF forms documents that you already have. If you have received 10,000 completed and saved PDF form documents from customers and prospects, you could use the Forms Extension to export the data from these forms into an XML file so that you can load the data into a database. You can flatten…

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