When we started the Java PDF blog, we though we would struggle to fill 10 posts…. So it was a bit of a surprise when we noticed that we had reached our 100 post landmark.
The PDF and Java worlds continue to be very live and exciting place to be. We wanted this blog to address both these areas and in particular the overlap between them.
There are lots of people posting questions and looking for answers so this has provided the basis of a lot of articles. We get quite a few inquiries which provide good ideas for a post. And much material has also come from the day job of supporting and developing a Java PDF library. After 10 years, we still see new tools doing things in slightly different ways which we need to allow for.
So it seems like we have lots of material for the next 100 articles. But what would you like to see?
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