Foxit Software, the makers of PhantomPDF, has released version 2.0 of Foxit Embedded PDF Software Development Kit (SDK), an PDF SDK for device manufacturers and telecom carriers.
Version 2.0 provides additional support for PDF forms, annotations, pressure sensitive ink, digital signatures, and added security. In addition, Foxit Embedded PDF SDK 2.0 also supports developers targeting Microsoft® Windows® 8 Consumer Preview.
Key new features of the Foxit Embedded PDF SDK 2.0 include:
PDF Form Filling and Data Collection
Pressure Sensitive Digital Ink
Foxit Embedded PDF SDK is supported on the following platforms: Android, iOS (Apple iPad and iPhone), Microsoft Windows (including Windows 8 Consumer Preview), Mac OS, and Linux.
Pricing and availability
Foxit Embedded PDF SDK is available through the Foxit Software website (http://www.foxitsoftware.com/). Pricing is available upon request. A free evaluation version is available for download.
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