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jPDF Viewer

by Crionics

Platform(s): N/A
License: Commercial

Application type: Desktop
Categories:
Viewers
Developer
Stamp & Watermark

Features

jPDF Viewer is a pure Java PDF document viewer. The product also acts as the corner stone of all the other jPDF module wizards. Using jPDF Viewer, businesses can quickly integrate PDF viewing capabilities in their applications.

Build in 100% Java - jPDF Creator is multi-platform, fast and reliable. It fully supports Acrobat 6 and comes with advanced features such as:

  • Full Java2D support
  • PDF Layers
  • Transparency
  • Multilingual Fonts and texts
  • Outlines/Bookmarks
  • Screenshot ability
  • Third party components integration
  • Competitive pricing
  • Our programming interface is easy to learn and allows a seamless integration with virtually any java application.
  • You won't spend more than 10 minutes to figure out how it works. Come and check it by yourself - we have already compiled tutorials to show how easy its usage is.

It doesn't require any third party vendor tools (all required tools are shipped within the product) and can be deployed/integrated in a matter of minutes.

Along with jPDF Merger, jPDF Template and jPDF Encryption - Crionics offer the most complete PDF suite on the Java market today. Giving customers a fast, reliable and consistent suite to work with PDF documents.

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