Debenu, the company behind Debenu PDF Maximus, a powerful solution for batch stamping PDFs, has released version 8.14 of Quick PDF Library, a comprehensive PDF SDK.
"The latest release of Quick PDF Library is bursting with enhancements, improvements and new features. Highlights include support for Cairo rendering, rotated text box drawing, support for shading patterns and more than 50 other changes," said Karl De Abrew, Debenu CEO.
GDI+ and Cairo renderer now support linear gradients
Improved text extraction algorithms
CCITT EncodedByteAlign fixed for certain images
Simple transparency groups rendered with Cairo
Plus 50+ other changes
Quick PDF Library has been in development since the late 90ís and over the subsequent time has grown into one of the leading PDF SDKs currently in the market, due in part to its royalty-free licensing.
The latest version of Quick PDF Library is available for immediate download from the Quick PDF Library website.
Quick PDF Library is a division of Debenu, the operator of Planet PDF.
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