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Tagged PDF

Vast majority of PDFs that exist and are created daily are not tagged or are not tagged properly and provide just visual representation of the content. This makes the information invisible for screen readers used by visually impaired people or reading software for users with learning disabilities. Tagged PDF allows an easy navigation and accessible

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Memories of PDF Days Europe 2017

Our CEO, Jozef Baranec was sharing our experiences, concerns and roadblocks when implementing PDF in web environment with wide audience of PDF experts in his presentation “PDF in Web browsers” at the PDF Days Europe 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5XI8w9Kmjo With more than 200 participants, this year’s PDF Days Europe was the largest to-date. Early feedback from attendees

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PDFix SDK Version 3.0.0

Version 3.0.0 (October 3th 2017) New features Autotag – Add tags to PDF automatically Make PDF accessible  PDF/UA compliant Updates New PDF to HTML conversions PDF conversion to embeddable <div> html element Embedded resources Streams support Improved content extraction algorithms Table detection Paragraph recognition List detection Table of contents detection Customizable document templates

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We are not alone

We are not alone in our revolution and things are happening as we speak. We started our mission with idea of responsiveness in PDF world twelve months ago. Just recently PDF Association (www.pdfa.org) introduced program for upcoming PDF Days in Berlin (https://www.pdfa.org/agenda-of-the-pdf-days-europe-2017/) with one track dedicated to next-generation PDF (https://www.pdfa.org/next-generation-pdf/) Others started noticing: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/camelot2-next-big-thing-interactive-pdf-david-blatner and we

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PDF responsive revolution

We all dislike reading PDF documents on our smart phones. Pinch in, pinch out, scroll around and attempt to read what was originally designed to be shown on a screen over 10 times larger. Then there’s filling in a PDF Form on your smart phone – close to impossible. So it appears that our beloved

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The magic of data hidden in a PDF

It’s a common myth that the PDF is the final format of a document, where the data and content can only be rendered on a screen or printed on paper. This is far from correct and we will explain why. John Warnock had a vision: This project’s goal is to solve a fundamental problem that

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