October 28, 2010 in OS X Development (E)
[prMac.com] Atlanta, Georgia - Qoppa Software, a leading provider of PDF solutions, is pleased to announce the release of new versions of its Java PDF Libraries and Components, adding PDF feature coverage along with improvements in memory management and performance.
New unicode support in jPDFProcess, jPDFAssemble, and jPDFNotes. These libraries now allow editing unicode text in annotations content and within document properties (author, subject, description). This will be of special interest to customers using non-latin characters such as Arabic, Asian (Chinese, Japanese and Korean), Greek, or Cyrillic characters.
New callout annotation in jPDFProcess, jPDFViewer, jPDFNotes. The callout tool combines a text box with a line and an arrow and is used to draw attention to text or objects in a PDF document.
New calibration tool in jPDFNotes The measuring tool now also allows architects and engineers to set the scale directly on the drawing.
Enhanced digital signatures in jPDFProcess and jPDFSecure. Developers can customize digital signatures by adding custom appearances (for instance adding image and text).
Qoppa Software specializes in PDF solutions, with a strong focus on delivering high quality solutions that are widely portable. Qoppa solutions include developer components, desktop and server applications, and command line utilities that will run on any operating system.
Qoppa Software(TM), founded in Atlanta in 2002, develops and delivers high-end libraries and applications to work with PDF documents. We specialize in PDF solutions, with a strong focus on delivering high quality solutions that are widely portable. To date, this has led to our delivering many developer components, desktop and server applications, and command line utilities that will run on any operating system. We are known for our timely, efficient support of our customers, whether they are end users, integrators, or resellers. Qoppa solutions include Java class libraries to incorporate PDF manipulation capabilities; Java components to integrate PDF viewing and annotating into applications; Command Line tools to convert, print, or secure PDF documents; and two commercial stand-alone applications: PDF Automation Server(TM) to automate workflows and document handling, and PDF Studio(TM) Desktop Tool to edit and manipulate PDF documents. Copyright (C) 2010 Qoppa Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.