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Java PDF Podcasts 1 – An Overview of Version 5 Release

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We share lots of interesting information about lots of things related to Java, PDF and HTML5 on the Java PDF blog and we thought that a series of short 5  minute podcasts would be another good way to do this. It is also to update our customers on what we are working on and a chance to meet our team.

So, in the first in a new series of articles we take a alternative approach to learning about XFA and giving you the inside track on our new Version 5 release of the JPedal Java PDF Library and the PDF to HTML5 Converter by using Podcasting.

We also take a look behind the scenes at IDR solutions and interview some key members of the Development team about the JPedal Java PDF Library and the PDF to HTML5 Converter.

In the first podcast we Interview Mark Stephens the lead developer of PDF Development and learn a few things about him and his contribution to version 5, version 5 features and up coming enhancements.

Click the play button below to listen.

Download the Podcast (5.30 minutes) to listen offline, when your busy or when your on the move.

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Thanks for listening to the first ever Java PDF Podcast, If you have any questions you’d like to put forward for the next podcast or like to provide any feedback you can contact us via our contact usor by social media (Twitter and Facebook.

Intro and Ending music ‘We’re the Resistors’ by Eric Skiff, used under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

IDRsolutions develop a Java PDF Viewer and SDK, an Adobe forms to HTML5 forms converter, a PDF to HTML5 converter and a Java ImageIO replacement. On the blog our team post anything interesting they learn about.

Alex Marshall Alex Marshall is a marketeer, web developer and designer. He also likes retro technology, classic cars and in his spare time enjoys travelling.

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