March 2020

Developer Guide for Foxit PDF SDK for .NET Core (7.2)

by Conor | March 31, 2020
Introduction to Foxit PDF SDK Have you ever thought about building your own application that can do everything you want with PDF files? If your answer is “Yes”, congratulations! You just found the best solution in the industry that allows you to build stable, secure, efficient and full-featured PDF applications. Foxit PDF SDK provides high-performance […]
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Developer Guide for Foxit PDF SDK for .NET (7.2)

by Conor | March 31, 2020
Introduction to Foxit PDF SDK Have you ever thought about building your own application that can do everything you want with PDF files? If your answer is “Yes”, congratulations! You just found the best solution in the industry that allows you to build stable, secure, efficient and full-featured PDF applications. Foxit PDF SDK provides high-performance […]
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Developer Guide for Foxit PDF SDK for Mac Objective-C (7.2)

by Conor | March 31, 2020
Introduction to Foxit PDF SDK Have you ever thought about building your own application that can do everything you want with PDF files? If your answer is “Yes”, congratulations! You just found the best solution in the industry that allows you to build stable, secure, efficient and full-featured PDF applications. Foxit PDF SDK provides high-performance […]
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Developer Guide for Foxit PDF SDK for C++ (7.2)

by Conor | March 31, 2020
Introduction to Foxit PDF SDK Have you ever thought about building your own application that can do everything you want with PDF files? If your answer is “Yes”, congratulations! You just found the best solution in the industry that allows you to build stable, secure, efficient and full-featured PDF applications. Foxit PDF SDK provides high-performance […]
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Developer Guide for Foxit PDF SDK for Java API (7.2)

by Conor | March 31, 2020
Introduction to Foxit PDF SDK Have you ever thought about building your own application that can do everything you want with PDF files? If your answer is “Yes“, congratulations! You just found the best solution in the industry that allows you to build stable, secure, efficient and full-featured PDF applications. Foxit PDF SDK provides high-performance […]
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Developer Guide for Foxit PDF SDK for Web (7.2)

by Conor | March 31, 2020
Foxit PDF SDK for Web Overview By using Foxit PDF SDK for Web, developers can deploy and customize a Foxit PDF SDK for Web that supports viewing PDF documents within a web browser. Integrating a Foxit PDF SDK for Web into a zero-footprint web app allows end users to view PDF documents on desktop and […]
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How to create a real-time web chat with PDF chat history in JavaScript

by Conor Smith | March 20, 2020
Microsoft ASP.NET Core SignalR¬†is an open-source library that simplifies adding real-time web functionality to web applications. Real-time web functionality enables server-side code to push content to clients instantly. Gaming, social networks, email client and chat are the most commonly applications which require real-time notifications and updates. Many corporate and online shopping web sites now embed […]
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How to add an iOS PDF Viewer SDK to the iOS PDF library with Swift

by Conor Smith | March 20, 2020
  This is the second article in a series on how to build a PDF library app in iOS with Swift 5.0 and Xcode 11. In the first article, we created an iOS application by modifying a FoodTracker application, a sample application of the article “Start Developing iOS Apps (Swift)“. In this article, we are going […]
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Create a PDF Library app in iOS with Swift

by Conor Smith | March 9, 2020
This article is the first in a series on how to integrate Foxit PDF SDK for iOS to develop your own in-app PDF viewer. This means you will be able to open and view PDF documents without leaving the app. We will also make use of Foxit PDF SDK for iOS to add PDF document […]
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