Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable.


Accessing files from inside NetBeans

At IDR Solutions we are constantly working on adding new functionality and improving our applications. In my previous article “How to write JPEG images...
Sylwia Dorota Kedzia
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Dissecting XML for parsing in JavaScript

Recently I have been working on implementing full script support for XFA in our PDF products. As well as flat content and JavaScript, XFA...
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What are XFA Forms?

In this article I aim to provide an general introduction to XFA forms, the XML Forms Architecture, and how the data is stored in...
Chris Wade
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Allowing users to extend your Java code – Option…

In my last two articles, I talked about giving developers access to your code and controlling its functionality by adding their own code. It...
Mark Stephens
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How do PDF files add interactive elements?

One of the really useful features of the PDF file format is the ability to have interactive elements. These began as just simple checkboxes,...
Mark Stephens
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