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  • Sep 20 2018 at 1:43am
    We have released Quick PDF Library 16

    We’re excited to announce the release of Quick PDF Library version 16 with new platforms, new interfaces, and new features.


    • Python Support
    • Linux Support
    • Android 64-bit Support
    • Delphi and C++Builder support
    • PDF 2.0 Support
    • Substantial bug fixes and improvements

    As always, we recommend you upgrade to the latest version of the Library to enjoy all these improvements and more. To upgrade, please get in touch with our team today

    Ready to start working with Quick PDF Library 16? Head over to our website and download a free, 30-day trial.

    Python Support

    Controlling Quick PDF Library with a Python script is now easier than ever with the new Python interface class. Just import the .py file, and you’re good to go. Here’s a quick sample for Mac (but this works the same way on Windows and Linux).

    import FoxitQPLmac0S1611 as FoxitQuick
    qp = FoxitQuick.PDFLibrary( )
    qp.DrawText(100, 700, "Hello world")

    Full Linux Support

    Yes! Linux support is here! We’ve been hard at work porting Quick PDF Library to Linux, and we now officially support recent releases of Ubuntu, CentOS, and Debian. Please get in touch with us if you’d like to see support for other distros.

    As always, one of the best features in Quick PDF Library is that you get the same API across every supported platform, whether that is Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS or Android.


    Android 64-bit Support

    Did you know that Google requires all Android apps to support 64-bit from August 2019? Java code won’t need to be changed, but native libraries such as Quick PDF Library will need 64-bit binaries. This is now possible with Quick PDF Library 16.

    We’re using the latest development tools to build Quick PDF Library for Android and we now fully support x86, x86_64, armeabi-v7a and arm64-v8a. We’re still backward compatible all the way back to Android SDK level 19 so you can target up to 90% of all Android devices out there.


    Delphi and C++Builder support

    Quick PDF Library now works with the new Community Editions of Delphi and C++Builder too. For native DCU support on Windows merely choose the 10.2 Tokyo edition, or for other platforms use the bundled interface class.


    PDF 2.0 support

    PDF 2.0 is the latest version of the official ISO specification for PDF. The ISO committee worked for more than three years to get this right, and the result is an excellent base for the future of PDF.

    We’ve tested Quick PDF Library 16 thoroughly with PDF 2.0 files, and the results are outstanding. With time we’ll add support for some of the new possible features. Should you be creating new PDF documents with Quick PDF Library, you now have the option to mark them as PDF 2.0.


    Other new features

    We’ve completed the full set of variant functions in the ActiveX edition to make it easier to send and receive binary data.

    We’ve added a function to reduce the size of certain PDFs and also added a few new utility functions.

    We’ve enhanced the Datamatrix 2D barcode function to support Base256 encoding (used for, e.g., Deutsche Post franking symbols) and the digital signature routines are now able to use a signing identity/certificate directly from the Windows Certificate Store.


    Bug Fixes and enhancements

    • Halved memory consumption for files loaded with LoadFromFile
    • Fixed fill color when flattening checkboxes
    • Short xref table fix
    • GetPageText(0) no longer crashes for multiple fonts in a single PDF object
    • Form field issue with Unicode characters
    • Fix for automatic creation of appearance stream for child form fields
    • Better support for different PDFium DLLs
    • Type3 font character spacing during rendering
    • Bug fix to prevent a crash during extraction of certain masked images
    • Accuracy improvement in font metrics to meet PDF/A compliance requirements
    • PDF/A improvements


    Please get in touch with any feedback you may have on version 16 or any pointers to what you’d like to see in v17! We’d love to hear about your experiences with the new version. Your ideas for how we can improve Quick PDF Library are incredibly helpful as we prepare the future of Quick PDF Library.


    Drop us a line:

    The post We have released Quick PDF Library 16 appeared first on Foxit SDK/Debenu Blog.

  • Apr 5 2018 at 3:22am
    Quick PDF Library 15 is Here

    Recently we asked our customers what they wanted to see the newest version of Quick PDF Library, version 15. The outpour of feedback was great! Customers identified small bugs and features that would make their lives a lot easier and that is what we want to do – make our customers lives easier when using our products.

    Discover more about our update on the Foxit SDK Blog

    The post Quick PDF Library 15 is Here appeared first on Foxit SDK/Debenu Blog.

  • Mar 16 2018 at 7:38am
    Document Protection with GDPR in Mind

    Coming into play on May 25th, GDPR is all about the way customers protect a data subject’s personal information. Is your company ready for this? What happens when a report falls into the wrong hands or seen by the wrong person in a company? But it is quite simple to protect documents from data breaches through creating a simple security process that all employees must comply with. This article will look at our PDF SDK security module and how this can help protect your documents from breaches outside and within your company.

    Continue reading over on the Foxit SDK Blog

    The post Document Protection with GDPR in Mind appeared first on Foxit SDK/Debenu Blog.

  • Mar 16 2018 at 7:26am
    Why PDF is Your GDPR Solution

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means a lot of changes in processes for many different industries and companies. From collecting customer data to protecting and deleting personal information in all systems in a compliant way, GDPR is helping to shape a better process for businesses in the long run. Once May 25th comes around companies will need to ensure that their systems are compliant with these new European regulations. This could mean introducing new technology into your company.

    Find out more about how PDF could be your GDPR solution in the Foxit SDK Blog

    The post Why PDF is Your GDPR Solution appeared first on Foxit SDK/Debenu Blog.

  • Mar 16 2018 at 7:24am
    How PDF Forms Out-Perform Others

    There are many different types of forms that people can fill out. From paper, Microsoft Word, PDF, to HTML there is no end to the choice you have when you are looking to create a form for data collection. Even though paper forms sometimes may be good enough, this article aims to discuss the advantages PDF forms over all others mentioned above.

    Continue reading on the Foxit SDK Blog

    The post How PDF Forms Out-Perform Others appeared first on Foxit SDK/Debenu Blog.

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