This week in PDF has seen the release of a Mac-compatible version of a digital magazine production product, the launch of a secure PDF delivery service, and a pair of new RIPs that incorporate version 2 of Adobe's PDF Print Engine.
This week in PDF has seen an update to a developer solution for print job delivery, the announcement of a limited offer for existing Dynagram customers to receive free access to PDF imposition functionality, and the signing of a business alliance partnership.
This week in PDF has seen the release of a free PDF-to-mobile conversion service and the addition of native PDF creation functionality to a smartphone application, along with updates to a PDF developer toolkit and a Mac-based PDF editor.
The folks at Hewlett-Packard have recently launched a hip way to turn your PDFs into magazines via MagCloud. It's still in beta, but I predict it's well on its way to becoming the hippest way to publish your own magazine.
This week in PDF has seen updates to a PDF/A validation tool and a PDF repair application, while another vendor has released an optional PDF/A-related component. Staying in the same themes of quality assurance and compliance, a standards body has released a new suite for testing PDF workflows.
Following its announcement in November of last year, PDF Standardizer was commercially released on Feb 24. A joint project by Enfocus Software and Alwan Color Expertise, the new product combines Alwan's CMYK Optimizer technology with Enfocus' PitStop Server, using Enfocus FullSwitch tool to automate the workflow.
QualityLogic, a provider of QA and QC test tools and services for the imaging and telecom industries has announced the release of three new PDF interoperability test for developers of products that consume the PDF file format.
This week in PDF has seen an update to a server-based XML-to-PDF conversion engine, the release of a service for converting blogs and feeds into PDF documents and the launch of multilingual versions of a compliance software.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.