Debenu, the makers of Debenu PDF Maximus, a powerful PDF batch processing tool, has released an update to its PDF developer products, Debenu Quick PDF Library and Debenu Quick PDF Library Lite.
For Debenu Quick PDF Library this release contains a large number of enhancements and an new features, including enhancements to metafile importing, Japanese and Chinese font encodings and various memory stability and performance improvements.
For Debenu Quick PDF Library Lite, the free PDF SDK, it is primarily a maintenance release, with performance improvements and bug fixes, plus two new functions: NormalizePage and SetMeasurementUnits.
"We're really happy with the 8.16 release of Debenu Quick PDF Library and are sure that our customers will be too. But no rest for the wicked as they say, we're already deep into development of the next version. It's going to be even bigger. Watch this space." Said Karl De Abrew, Debenu CEO.
Debenu Quick PDF Library and Debenu Quick PDF Library Lite are available for immediate download from the Debenu website (www.debenu.com).
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