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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My 7 Key takeaways from PDF Paris Conference 2023

Last week I was in Paris for the PDF Days conference to talk about PDF files… The PDF file format is an open (and...
Mark Stephens
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How JPedal allows you to view the commands in…

A new version of JPedal has been released and it contains an exciting new feature—the object stream decoder. If you want to use this...
Jacob Collins
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How to debug PDF files

The first JPedal release of 2023 has just been published and with it, some exciting new features have been added to our Java PDF...
Jacob Collins
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Apache Tika PDF support in JPedal

JPedal now contains an Apache Tika Parser which can parse and extract unstructured text from PDF files. How to use an Apache Tika PDF...
Jacob Collins
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What is a PDF renderer?

A PDF Renderer is a piece of software which can take a PDF file and create an image version of what it would look...
Mark Stephens
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