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Foxit 10.0

Foxit PDF SDK 10.0.0 introduces advanced features and performance optimizations, enhancing document management capabilities. The new 3D and OFD rendering support allows for more dynamic and versatile content within PDFs. The addition of DWG to PDF conversion and bidirectional OFD-PDF conversion caters to specialized document workflows. Editing is improved with paragraph-based features, offering greater control over document formatting. Performance boosts come from optimized rendering and parsing for pages with many Path objects, and the Compliance module and OCR addon now support multithreading and multiprocessing, respectively. The SDK’s expansion to Node.js broadens its accessibility to developers across different platforms.

Foxit Conversion SDK 2.0.0 introduces Office to PDF conversion for Windows, complete with a web demo for hands-on experience. This release also adds AnyCPU support for broader system compatibility. Enhancements include improved PDF to Word conversion with footnotes and headers, and better text recognition in PDF to PowerPoint.

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Cordova

Build native mobile (iOS, Android) apps with HTML, CSS & JS. Target multiple platforms with one code base on our mobile PDF SDK.

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Kotlin

Develop Android applications using MobilePDF SDK in Kotlin. Designed to work using Java, MobilePDF SDK can easily be integrated into your development process when working with Kotlin.

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React Native

Write with or create components using JavaScript code to develop Android and iOS applications using React Native.

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Xamarin

Build and deploy native Android, iOS and Windows apps, using existing skills, teams, and code in C# with MobilePDF SDK.

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WebPDF.JS

Develop a full-fledged PDF Viewer for browser environments, all with Javascript. Migrate from PDF.js and experience native-like performance.

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