iText, Programmable PDF software
What our users are saying:
When the New York Times decided to make all the public domain articles from 1851-1922 available free of charge, they needed a tool that was up to the task. All 11 million articles from 1851-1980 were available as images in PDF format. To generate a PDF version of the article takes quite a bit of work — each article is actually composed of numerous smaller TIFF images that need to be scaled and glued together in a coherent fashion.
- RT @bruno1970: Woohoo, "Marry Me", the first movie that mentions @iText in the end credits is coming to the Bay Area: http://t.co/5YpuUAnP07 — 11 hours 57 min ago
- RT @bruno1970: Having a hard time deciding which @iText talk I should pick for the web site: DC https://t.co/k4rukQEsb9 or NYC https://t.co… — 19 hours 9 min ago
- @craigburke1 @filipblondeel @bruno1970 Open source doesn't come for free. E.g. Pivotal pays for Groovy. Oh wait... is that still true? — 1 week 10 hours ago
- "The Best iText Questions on StackOverflow" is #2 in the Bestsellers list of the past 7 days: https://t.co/ifTyEUMi8X http://t.co/mMyNZNVWrp — 2 weeks 2 days ago
- Did you know that there are two @iText books in the top 5 of the Bestsellers lists on @leanpub? http://t.co/zBTgpFtjWU — 3 weeks 1 day ago
iText in Action
The "iText in Action" books offer an introduction and a practical guide to iText and the internals of PDF. This book lowers the learning curve and, through numerous innovative and practical examples, unlocks the secrets hidden in ISO-32000.