Invented by Adobe Systems over 20 years ago, the Portable Document Format (PDF) is now an open standard for electronic document exchange maintained by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). When you convert documents, forms, graphics, and web pages to PDF, they look just like they would if printed.

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3 things Bitcoin and PDF have in common

Bitcoin and PDFs might seem like very different and unconnected things. However there are surprising similarities between them. Bitcoin is changing the way finance...
Bethan Palmer
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How we are improving security in our products

Security has made some big headlines recently, with the Spectre and Meltdown issues affecting processors being the most notable ones. Here at IDRSolutions, we’ve...
Rob
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Brief Overview of Security features offered by the PDF…

As security is an ever present issue we thought we would highlight some security features offered by the PDF file format that can be...
Georgia Ingham
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What is new in PDF Spec 2.0?

After 8 years in the making, PDF 2.0 has finally been released. From new annotations, to digital signatures, to generally making the specification clearer...
Rob
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Improved Shape Rendering with Soft Clipping

With our August release of JPedal we have added a new option to improve the rendering of shapes with our library. This was done...
Kieran France
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