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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Back to Basics: The 2017 Guide to to PDF…

With the new year well and truly underway, here at IDRSolutions we have decided to go back to basics with PDF files. This month...
Sophia Matarazzo
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Interesting PDF Bugs – Series Article Index

While browsing our blog and categorizing our posts I noticed there was generally a lot of articles that covered Interesting PDF bugs and thought...
Alex Marshall
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Interesting PDF bugs – Nasty Java JVM bug (revisited)

Here at IDRSolutions, one of the features of our JPedal library is a PDF to image converter. Occasionally we get bug reports from our...
Bethan Palmer
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How do stacks work in PDF files?

This post is part of our “Understanding the PDF File Format” series. In each article, we aim to take a specific PDF feature and...
Zain
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What are Appearance Streams in PDF files?

AP Streams At IDR Solutions this month I have spent time re-coding our AP Streams code for our PDF parser in the JPedal Java...
Zain
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