Open Source generically, refers to a program in which the source code is free available for the general public to use and/or modification from its original design, and the code is typically created as a collaborative effort in which programmers improve upon the code and share the changes within the community.

Open Source

8 things you missed at the IText PDF conference

It was a glorious Spring day in the beautiful mediaeval city of Ghent, Belgium. But if you are at all interested in PDF, the real...
Mark Stephens
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5 reasons to become a friend of Eclipse

One of the best Java development tools (and I suspect a major reason for Java’s success) has been the phenomenon known as Eclipse. When...
Mark Stephens
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Open source software that uses JPedal LGPL

It never ceases to amaze us what creative ways people find to use our library. Unfortunately a lot of these are commercial ones we...
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