The best bits of the Foxit SDK blog 2017
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The Foxit SDK team have been busy this year updating our products and keeping you up-to-date on all things PDF. We’ve talked about the different industries that we work in, the cool new features that our SDKs support and a bit about how our features can improve a business’ processes and procedures. Have a look at the best bits of our Foxit SDK blog.
Product Updates and Releases
The launch of UWP support in MobilePDF SDK 5.0
Not only did our team launch Foxit PDF SDK 5.0 for Android and iOS, but we also announced support for Universal Windows Platform (UWP), giving you more PDF technology for more platforms than you could imagine.
Our customers have asked, and we have delivered. Our developers set to work to provide support for Xamarin and Cordova on MobilePDF SDK and their hard work paid off earlier this year. You can view our Github sample projects to learn more.
Our .NET PDF SDKs were upgraded, including bug fixes and a whole host of new features that are a must try for any of our customers working with .NET.
We released Quick PDF Library 14 in September, including new features and functions to help small to medium businesses to capitalize on real PDF value.
We talked about how to protect yourself from data breaches and information leaks including RMS, Audit Logs, Screenshot prevention and printer restrictions to name only a few.
Foxit PDF SDK arms developers with the tools to develop PDF applications that fulfill all the needs of the modern publishing house. We are the chosen PDF SDK for dominant publishing houses such as Harper Collins and the New York Times and here is why.
We looked into PDF edge cases to describe how Foxit deals with them so you can rest assured that you are getting the best possible product from us.
Rowan Hanna, VP of Products and Solutions for Foxit SDK, discussed the PDF Trifecta and what it could mean for PDF technology in the future.
We looked at how digital signatures and PDF technology have crossed paths throughout history, and how digital signatures have become the normal way to sign digital documentation for businesses now.
We delved into PDF Technology within many different industries, including:
And there you have it; Foxit SDK Blog summed up for 2017!
We wish all our readers a very happy and prosperous 2018 and hope to be speaking with you soon.