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Foxit SDK’s response to COVID-19

by Conor Smith | April 21, 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic now affecting all parts of the globe, the Foxit SDK team want to give our customers an update. Our entire team has been working remotely from home for the past few weeks, ensuring we do our part to reduce the spread of this virus through social distancing, as well as following […]
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Introducing Foxit PDF SDK 7.2

by Conor Smith | March 31, 2020
We’re back with our first release of 2020! Foxit PDF SDK 7.2 comes with loads of new features, enhancements and further upgrades. Read on below as we take a deep dive into the update. Highlights: NEW MOBILE SCANNING MODULE PDF OPTIMIZATION ADD-ON ENHANCED SUPPORT TO ADD A HEADER AND FOOTER NEW FORM FIELDS IN ACROFORM […]
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PDF.js: the 2020 Review

by Conor Smith | March 31, 2020
What is PDF.js? PDF.js, as the name suggests, is an open source JavaScript library that renders PDFs in a web browser. The project was released in 2011 and mainly enables you to have PDF viewing and searching functionality online. It is divided into 3 layers: Core Viewer Display Why would you use PDF.js? PDF.js is […]
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Introducing PDF Optimizer for Foxit PDF SDK

by Conor Smith | December 18, 2019
PDF Optimizer is Foxit’s flagship compression technology that can massively reduce the size of your PDF files. Also available in Foxit PhantomPDF, the functionality has been ported and is now available for integration with Foxit PDF SDK for Windows, Mac & Linux platforms. You are now able to reduce your archive size, compress your files for optimized […]
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Foxit PDF SDK’s 2019 Review

by Conor Smith | November 28, 2019
2019 has been the busiest year yet for the Foxit PDF SDK team! In this blog we take a look at some of the major upgrades we’ve made to our SDK this year in case you missed it.    XFA Improvements  We’ve listened to what our customers have said and have taken big steps to improve XFA form functionality […]
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The Benefits of HTML to PDF Conversion

by Conor Smith | November 10, 2019
With the latest release of Foxit PDF SDK, we now support HTML to PDF conversion on Windows and Mac. This enables you to turn most web-based (or web-processed) documents into PDFs. This can have a big impact on your workflows. This is especially true when matched with the industry-leading performance we offer. Read on as […]
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What our Customers are saying about Foxit PDF SDK

by Conor Smith | October 28, 2019
It’s been a busy year for the Foxit PDF SDK team. For the second year in a row, Foxit PDF SDK has been selected by G2Crowd as a ‘high performer’. We perform substantially higher than the competition, and the results speak for themselves: The number of PDF SDK users has grown significantly over the past […]
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.NET Core now Supported by Foxit PDF SDK

by Conor Smith | October 23, 2019
.NET Core is now supported by Foxit PDF SDK! The .NET Core Framework is the foundation for the future of the .NET project and is used to build cloud, device, and IoT applications across multiple platforms. It’s supported on Windows, Linux and Mac platforms. Introduced in 2016, the .NET Core Framework is an open-source and newly developed version of .NET. Read on as we take a look at .NET Core and how it […]
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How Long-Term Validation (LTV) can improve your archive

by Conor Smith | October 7, 2019
Long-Term Validation (LTV) refers to certifying a document to ensure that a signature is valid at the time of signing. It’s based on the Cryptographic Message Syntax (CMS), the advanced format of the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). To enable signatures for LTV, you need to know exactly when a PDF was signed by using digital […]
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