Debenu has released an updated version of its flagship developer product with all new iOS and Android support. Debenu Quick PDF Library 11.15 also adds new functions, fixes several bugs and features a range of enhancements to existing functionality.
Debenu now supports its PDF development SDK for generating and manipulating PDF files on Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.
Highlights of the new version include:
iOS and Android support
New custom digital signature dictionaries
New digital signature related functions
Fixed loading of PDFs with padded xref section numbers
Fixed EMF to PDF conversion missing cross pattern
Embedded font rendering issue
Form field flattening improvements
Font rendering improvements
16 bug fixes, 2 enhancements and 9 new function
"From the very beginning PDF was designed to be portable and usable on all platforms. We think the same should be true of the PDF SDK that you are relying on in your business applications." said Karl De Abrew, Debenu CEO, "That is why we took on the challenge of delivering a truly cross-platform compatible PDF SDK to our customers. We're excited to see what our customers will do with it."
Licenses are sold on a per developer, per platform basis for end-user applications and apps. Distribution of applications or apps built using Debenu Quick PDF Library is 100% royalty-free. No hidden fees.
Debenu Quick PDF Library can also be licensed for use on an unlimited number of Servers for a small fee.
Version 11.15 of Debenu Quick PDF Library, with iOS and Android support, as well as version 11.15 of Debenu PDF Viewer SDK (a drag-and-drop PDF viewer add-on), are available for immediate release.
For more information visit the official website for Debenu Quick PDF Library (http://www.debenu.com).
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