Fri, September 25 2015, 2:02 PM (US Eastern Time)
Our DynamicPDF for Java version 8 has now been fully released. Download it Today!
This version 8 includes DynamicPDF Generator & Merger. The download includes the updated documentation and examples (Java source code, Servlets, JSPs).
Version 8 adds lots of new features including additional support for PDF/A-2, PDF/A-3, MSI (Modified Plessey) & RM4SCC (Royal Mail) barcodes, strikethrough text, duplicate image removal, individual form field flattening as well as overall efficiency improvements and stabilizations. Take a look at our Version 8 Full Feature List.
For existing customers, eligible upgrades (free with Maintenance, discounted with previous versions) can be accessed via our Customer Area, www.dynamicpdf.com/customerarea or anyone can contact us directly, email@example.com or +1 410.772.8620.
Mon, July 16 2012, 1:12 PM (US Eastern Time)
The 7.0.1 update of DynamicPDF Core Suite for .NET (Generator, Merger and ReportWriter) has now been released on our website (download it here). This update addresses a few bug fixes, enhancements and depreciated items but the functionality that takes center stage here is the new encryption algorithms that have been added. Version 7.0.1 has added support for AES 128-bit and 256-bit encryption algorithms as well as crypt filters. We will elaborate on these new encryption features in a future post but for now, take a look at the Help Library's page:
More detailed information regarding v7.0.1 can be found here:
Are there any new features that you would like to see in our DynamicPDF components? Let me know by commenting below.
Fri, June 15 2012, 11:35 AM (US Eastern Time)
I have been using an Android phone for a few years now, and one day I decided I should try to write an Android application using our DynamicPDF Generator for Java. So I decided to start off with a simple "Hello World" application based on the DynamicPDF Generator hello world PDF java example provided with the Generator product.
My goal was to create a PDF on the Android phone when the application was run. I wanted to keep it simple and not even bother with having a GUI for it at this point.
I already had my machine set up with Eclipse IDE, the ADT (Android Developers Tool) plugin and the Android SDK. Here are the steps I followed to create the Android application:
- I created a new Android project in Eclipse with the details below. Android version 2.1 is what I tested with, since that is the lowest SDK version I had installed, but it may work with an older version of Android too.
Project name: HelloWorld
Build Target: Android 2.1
Application name: Hello World
Package name: com.cete.androidexamples.dynamicpdf.helloworld
Create Activity: DynamicPDFHelloWorld
Minimum SDK: 7
- Since I knew my application had to write to the SD card to output the PDF, I added the WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission in the AndroidManifest.xml:
Fri, May 11 2012, 1:21 PM (US Eastern Time)
DynamicPDF Core Suite for .NET v7 is now released! Thanks to everyone who participated in the beta testing and helped make this release a success. The full press release can be found here.
You asked…we listened. Great new features like QR Codes, Text Extraction and True Form Flattening were being requested by the community and those features are now here in version 7. Check out a full list of new features here.
Now that version 7 is released, what new features would you love to see in future versions? Comment below and let us know.