Foxit Quick PDF Library

Quick PDF Library 16.12 is out!

by Conor Smith | December 18, 2018
We have recently released minor version 16.12 of Quick PDF Library. Below you may see some of the new features included in the library for this release: Highlights Delphi 10.3 Rio Support Added support for GS1 Datamatrix barcodes Rendering to PDFium now allows for EMF outputs Bug Fixes Direct access rendering linked to PDFium Improved […]
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What is the difference between DLL and CPDLL?

by Conor Smith | November 27, 2018
In version 16 of Foxit Quick PDF Library, you might have noticed that there is a new DLL called CPDLL in your download package. What does that mean? We’ve seem some users asking about the CPDLL. Here are the key differences and news about this new version of library: As most of our users who […]
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How to render PDF page to device context using Delphi

by Conor Smith | December 11, 2017
In this post I would like to show you how easy it is to render a page from a PDF onto a graphic surface using Delphi and Debenu Quick PDF Library. The graphic surface in the Windows operating system is called a Device Context handle (DC). Debenu Quick PDF Library contains two different functions that can help us accomplish this. We can […]
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Getting Started Guide for Foxit Quick PDF Library (LIB Edition)

by Conor Smith | May 15, 2017
Installation The LIB Edition of Foxit Quick PDF Library is generated automatically by converting the DLL Edition into a static link library. The static link library file is called DebenuPDFLibraryLIB1411.lib and a header file called DebenuPDFLibraryLIB1411.h is included. Link dependencies The following resource files must be linked into the final executable: DebenuPDFLibraryCMap.res DebenuPDFLibraryDingbats.res DebenuPDFLibraryGlyphList.res DebenuPDFLibraryColorProfiles.res The following import libraries […]
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Getting Started Guide for Foxit Quick PDF Library (Delphi Edition)

by Conor Smith | May 15, 2017
Installation Copy all the DCU and RES files from the relevant installation folder into a directory of your choice. The default installation folder is: C:\Program Files\Debenu\PDF Library\ Setting the path You must tell Delphi where to look for the DCU files. You can either do this once by setting your “Library Path”, or you can set […]
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Getting Started Guide for Foxit Quick PDF Library (DLL Edition)

by Conor Smith | May 15, 2017
Installation Included with the single DLL file DebenuPDFLibraryDLL1411.dll are various header/import files. They provide an easier way to interface with Quick PDF Library. Technical details of the interface are provided here. Initializing/release the library All functions in the DLL use the stdcall convention. The DPLCreateLibrary function must be called to initialize the library. An InstanceID will be returned which must be […]
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Getting Started Guide for Foxit Quick PDF Library (ActiveX Edition)

by Conor Smith | May 15, 2017
Installation After running the installer the DebenuPDFLibraryAX1411.dll and DebenuPDFLibrary64AX1411.dll files will be placed into the ActiveX folder, inside the main installation folder you chose during installation. The default installation folder is C:\Program Files\Debenu\PDF Library\ActiveX\ Registering the 32-bit ActiveX DLL Use the regsvr32 command to register Quick PDF Library ActiveX Edition. Open a command prompt with administrator privileges and enter the command: regsvr32 “C:\Program Files\Debenu\PDF Library\ActiveX\DebenuPDFLibraryAX1411.dll” […]
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Manipulate content streams in PDF Files using Quick PDF Library

by Rowan Hanna | April 9, 2017
Foxit Quick PDF Library supports advanced programmatic manipulation of content streams in PDF files. What are Content Streams? A page in a PDF document has one or more content stream parts that together contain all the PDF page description commands for the page. A lot of PDF files only have one content stream but some PDF […]
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How to make rendering faster?

by Conor Smith | April 5, 2017
The following suggestion can help improving rendering speed of your viewer: Render only part of the PDF page Render at lower quality. Reduce the width and height and scale it to fit the size needed. Some PDF page requires a lot of time because of its complexity. Recreate the PDF. Note: This article refers to […]
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