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Foxit SDK Digest: Cordova, WebPDF.js, PDF SDK 5.2 and a weekend in Spain

by Conor Smith | March 3, 2017
This year has been off to a busy start! In the last 30 days: we launched WebPDF.js, the new .js version of our SDK for Web browsers, launched a minor version of Foxit PDF SDK, released the Cordova version of our Mobile PDF SDK, talked about how our customers in the financial sector use PDFs and had a great team getaway to sunny Malaga, Spain! Read more below:

We also created a new package for our WebPDF technology – a pure JavaScript library called WebPDF.js for viewing PDF files in web browsers – that requires no plug-ins and provides native-like performance.

Learn more including how to setup WebPDF.js for free by clicking here.


Now, you can use Mobile PDF SDK to develop mobile apps with Apache Cordova. In this tutorial, you’ll learn all you need to know in order to build a PDF-displaying application in minutes with Cordova and Mobile PDF SDK.

Introducing Foxit PDF SDK 5.2
We just released Foxit PDF SDK 5.2 which includes the following 5 features:
  • Redact Sensitive Information
  • Search Annotations
  • Delete Custom Metadata
  • Set Z-Order of Annotations
  • Delete Page Objects (Java API)

Learn more about the new release by clicking here


Some banks are shredding 98% of their paper documents, and it’s because of the ever increasing pressure to digitize documentation in the financial services industry.

Find out how they do it


Finally, the whole Foxit SDK team (even those that aren’t in the picture) enjoyed a great three days of fun, relaxation and (admittedly) work last weekend. We tasted some delicious Spanish food, enjoyed the sunny weather and worked on ideas on how to take our service to the next level. Loads of fun!