As of the April release of JPedal we are moving onto version 7 which includes lots of new features such as XFA supported in a single JPedal jar and a improved appearance for the Java Viewer. You can learn about some of the great new features that are coming your way soon and what was in the April release by viewing our article here and viewing our release notes for the April release here.
What does Mark Stephens (CEO) have to say about JPedal 7?
“I am very excited about the new features we are adding into JPedal and know that our customers will be as enthusiastic as we are. Since we launched JPedal is 2004 we have aimed to provide the best Java SDK for PDF files and we feel JPedal 7 continues to provide this in 2016.”
How does this release affect the pricing of JPedal?
Because of these updates we are adjusting the JPedal Java PDF Library SDK pricing to reflect the ever increasing costs of developing, maintaining and supporting the Library. This is our first price increase since 2004 and customers still get free access to all the new features.
Prices will rise for existing customers from September and we are giving them the chance to renew for the next year at the old price until then.
From September they will be:
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