Qoppa Software updates Java PDF Components

April 25, 2011


Qoppa Software has updated its PDF libraries and components. Collectively, these offerings allow software developers to build PDF-related features into their web- and Java-based applications, including PDF viewing, printing, signing, form-filling, markup and manipulation.

Specific improvements include support for unlimited file sizes and faster loading times for viewing and printing PDFs, along with general performance enhancements and added support for grouped annotations.

"These improvements are possible thanks to the implementation of a new PDF source which accesses the PDF content directly from the files instead of having to load the contents into memory," said Gerald Holmann, Qoppa Software CEO.

The new versions of Qoppa's developer offerings are currently available. For more information, check out the official Qoppa website.

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