PDFlib adds support for iOS and Android

March 12, 2012 - 10:24
Patch Release
PDFlib adds support for iOS and Android
A PDF merge example in PDFlib.

PDFlib is a component that allows you to programmatically create PDF files from within your own server-side or client-side software. It doesn't make use of third-party software for generating PDFs, nor does it require any other tools. PDFlib is available for all major operating systems and development environments. It offers a variety of functions including a table formatter, PDF/A output for longtime archiving, AES encryption, integrated pCOS analyzing tools and a optimization mode for input PDFs.

Updates in 8.0.4

  • Support for iOS, Android and embedded Linux
  • Objective-C language binding for Mac OS X and iOS
  • Support for PHP 5.4
  • Object-oriented interface for Python binding
  • PDI page cache reduces output file size for applications which re-open imported pages
  • Support for PostScript XObjects for certain prepress workflows
  • Layers in PDF/X-4:2010 can be used without layer variants
  • Improved date handling for file attachments
  • License key can be set with PDF_set_option()

About PDFlib

Munich-based PDFlib GmbH, founded in 2000, develops and sells leading edge components for server-centric generation and processing of PDF documents. PDFlib customers use the software for automated and high volume generation and processing of PDF documents in business and prepress workflows or for online billing systems. PDFlib GmbH sells worldwide with main markets in North America, Germany and Japan.