iText, Programmable PDF software
What our users are saying:
Andrew Binstock is currently the editor in chief of Dr. Dobbs Journal. He was the managing director of iText Software Corp. in 2009-2010
iText was the first open source PDF solution. In 2007, Andrew Binstock wrote: "What surprised me is that iText is unique: To my knowledge, there is no other free software package with its capabilities, or even a large subset of them. Uniqueness in open source, where almost all projects have several direct, competing counterparts, is comparatively rare."
We are looking for PDF Mysteries
Our CEO is preparing a talk for the educational day at the PDF Days, entitled “7 cases for the PDF support detectives.” The idea is to select 7 mysterious PDF problems he encountered in the last 15 years.
We would like to hear your stories. Do you think the “blank page problem” deserves a place in the top 7? Did you ever encounter a form that couldn’t be filled out? Did you ever add a Watermark that didn’t show up on any page of the document?
Report your PDF mystery today!
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- RT @bruno1970: It's in my bio, so it must be official: we're planning an @iText summit in the US in 2015: http://t.co/vb0j2RUT02 — 1 day 21 hours ago
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- RT @VivianMaerker: Job opportunity: Technical Marketing Associate at iText - Greater Boston Area #jobs http://t.co/duauaw7PBW — 1 week 1 day ago
iText in Action
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