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With Foxit PDF SDK, attachments refer to documents rather than file attachment annotations. This allows whole files to be embedded in a document, much like email attachments. PDF SDK provides application APIs to access functions s...
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The PDF Signature module can be used to create and sign with digital signatures for PDF documents. This protects the security of documents and prevents it from being tampered with maliciously. It can let the receiver ensure that t...
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General An annotation associates an object such as note, line, and highlight with a location on a page of a PDF document. It provides a way to interact with users by means of the mouse and keyboard. PDF includes a wide variety of ...
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PDF rendering is realized through the Foxit renderer, a graphics engine that is used to render a page to a bitmap or platform graphics device. Foxit PDF SDK provides APIs to set rendering options/flags. As an example, you can set ...
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In PDF development, a PDF page means much more than in the final user's PDF editor or viewer. Page objects help group and identify multiple objects in the PDF to perform other operations. A PDFPage object is retrieved from a PDF d...
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Foxit PDF SDK provides a series of options on how to handle documents. A PDF document object can be constructed with an existing PDF file from a file path, memory buffer, a custom implemented ReaderCallback object and an input fil...
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Foxit PDF SDK JavaScript is a language implemented within our library based on the core of JavaScript's version 1.5. It is extremely useful for Web applications that need to use less memory from the server by offloading it onto th...
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What are XFA forms? PDF currently supports two different forms for integrating data - Acroforms and XFA forms. Acroforms are the original PDF-based fillable forms, based on the PDF architecture. XFA (XML Forms Architecture) are XM...
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What is Redaction? Redaction is the process of removing data from a page for security purposes. With printed pages, redaction involves blacking-out or cutting-out areas of the printed page. With electronic documents that use forma...
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