XFA stands for XML Forms Architecture, and is part of a family of proprietary XML specifications that were developed by JetForm to enhance the processing of web based forms, however starting at PDF Specfication 1.5 it was possible to be used with XFA, but XML Forms Architecture was not standardized when the PDF Format became an ISO standard.


Putting PDF Forms in the Browser with FormVu

Last month we had an exciting announcement: we have released our new browser-based PDF Form viewing solution, FormVu. What is FormVu? FormVu is a...
Leon Atherton
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PDF and Acrobat Forms Converters from IDRsolutions

We have always had a Forms converter and a non-forms converter as 2 different products, but some potential clients said we could make it...
Mark Stephens
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Resaving Acrobat Forms in the Browser

With the removal of Acrobat Reader support in Chrome and other browsers, we have seen a big increase in the number of clients asking...
Mark Stephens
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JPedal Java PDF Library XFA Used for Animal Health…

In a change from the usual blog posts, today we have a guest blog post from Michael K. Martin, DVM, MPH, DACVPM. I work...
Guest Blogger
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PDF XFA – Sending data as an Email

This simple article explains how to send XFA form data as an email in two possible ways. Why does the client need to send data as...
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