Bruno Lowagie, the original developer of iText, talks about the Java PDF library’s expansion, the upcoming release of iText 7 and what happens next.
Following on from November’s first full version, Apache’s data extracting project has received its first update to the 1.0 series.
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A special Advent present for all you avid Java Tech Journal readers out there – it’s now available for free […]
The latest issue of Java Tech Journal – the free PDF magazine that delves deeper into a topic from within […]
PLUS, Groovy-Eclipse 2.5.1 and LibreOffice 3.4.1.
New ‘Workbook to Print’ and ‘Sheet to Print’ features with Aspose.Cells 2.4.0.
Improved loading XML contents from Memory Stream functionality with Aspose.Pdf 2.7.0.
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Adobe sign a definitive agreement to acquire Day Software, in an effort to provide a more complete solution for customer-facing web sites and multi-channel customer experiences.
Aspose.Cells for Java version 2.3.0 is out now. Aspose.Cells is a Java component for spreadsheet reporting without using Microsoft Excel. […]
Version 0.3.0 of Glyph is now available. Glyph is a Ruby-powered rapid document auth that allows the developer to manage […]
Adobe Reader for Android is now available from the Android Market, allowing users to access PDF files from their Android […]
Version 1.1.46 of the Big Faceless Java Report Generator is now available. The Big Faceless Java Report Generator is built […]