The world’s final form electronic document format of choice, PDF celebrates its 20th birthday in 2013. PDF? How dull… how pre-mobile! Isn’t PDF all about printing, or fixed page layouts,… Apparently, PDF isn’t boring
Owing in no small part to its free and open source licensing model, iText is one of the most popular and widely implemented Java libraries for PDF file creation and… iText bringing PDF/UA support to Java Implementations
This article is intended to highlight how PDF/UA differs from previous PDF standards from an implementation (ie, software development) standpoint. The distinction is of serious interest to developers, as end-user… Warning! Human Judgment Required for PDF/UA Conformance
Based in Munich, Germany, PDFlib GmbH was one of the first providers of PDF development components. Introduced in 1997, PDFlib was soon in use by software developers around the world… PDFlib will ship the world’s first PDF/UA conforming software libraries
Today brightened for me when a colleague asked for a quote about Greg Pisocky, who celebrates 20 years at Adobe Systems today. Suitably inspired by Andrew’s post on the official… In Recognition of Greg Pisocky’s 20 Years at Adobe Systems
Software development, especially in a complex area like PDF technology, doesn’t happen overnight. It’s been just five months since PDF/UA was published. In that time, we’re already seeing vendors adopt… 5 Months After Publication PDF/UA Tools Begin Emerging
Back in December I noticed that a feature in Adobe Acrobat I’d always thought very valuable was now missing: the ability to export tagged PDF to HTML or Word using… Adobe Returns Export of Tagged PDF to HTML to Acrobat
Most website developers and web content managers prefer to pretend that the world’s chosen portable document format, better known as PDF, doesn’t exist. Yes, if you post a PDF, your… 80% of non-HTML documents posted online are PDFs. Deal with it.