Displaying documents online with BuildVu

Last month we had an exciting announcement: we have released our new online document viewer, BuildVu.

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What is BuildVu?

BuildVu is a high-end online document viewer which supports multiple file formats. The Viewer is fully featured and handles all the complexities involved with viewing documents in a browser. It is also highly configurable, with options to specify the view mode, zoom level and colour scheme among other options. The full API is available here.

We have put lots of time and effort into making BuildVu the best online document viewer available and we will be continuing with our busy development schedule in 2018.

What problem does BuildVu solve?

BuildVu is designed for enterprises who need a way to display their documents online. It is particularly useful if you need a way for your files to be available consistently on mobile, tablet and desktop. Current users of BuildVu include online magazines, airline companies and government departments, among many others.

How can I use BuildVu?

You can download the one-month free trial jar of BuildVu from here. The application can either be run from the command line (instructions in our documentation here) or directly from Java code (instructions here).

What happens if I was a JPDF2HTML5 customer?

All of our JPDF2HTML5 customers have been grandfathered onto the BuildVu product. You still have access to the converter and all the advantages of the fully featured viewer.

How can I find out more?

If you have any questions about BuildVu, or want to find out more about it, feel free to get in contact with us here.

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Bethan Palmer

Developer at IDR Solutions
Bethan is a Java developer and product manager for JPedal at IDRsolutions. She has spoken at conferences including JavaOne and NetBeans day and has a degree in English Literature.
Bethan

About Bethan Palmer

Bethan is a Java developer and product manager for JPedal at IDRsolutions. She has spoken at conferences including JavaOne and NetBeans day and has a degree in English Literature.

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