The major release focused on accessibility, PDF/UA compliance and custom configurations. A new PDFix SDK Enterprise version brings the ability to customize layout detection, data extraction, and tagging.
We are always open to customize settings of the automated extraction and conversion process for your document set and improve quality of the extracted data to get the best results possible. Feel free to drop us a few lines about your project´s requirements let we can contribute to your solution to make it more effective,
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Have you ever tried to get any data from various PDF files? Then you know how panful it is. We have created an algorithm that allows you to extract data in an easily readable structured way. With PDFix we can recognize all logical structures and we can give you...
Version 4.1.0 (October 2nd 2018) - New Features: PdsObject API - access to PDF low level objects, PdsStructTree API - access to PDF document structure tree (Tags), Updates: PdfDoc::GetInfo returns empty string if Info dict not present, PdfPage::GetMediaBox returns bounding box 0,0,612,792 if not present, ...
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Version 3.2.5 (August 1st 2018). Updates: Bug fixes in PDF to HTML conversion, removed css properties white-space: -pre-wrap, -o-pre-wrap, -moz-pre-wrap, fixed css .pdf-page h1 h2 h3 h4 to .pdf-page h1, ,pdf-page h2, … not to apply style outside .pdf-page (same with .pdf-page.responsive table h1 .. h4), fixed missing quotes in maxLength property in input element
PDF document is the final, fixed output format. And so, the forms in PDF are perfectly arranged and uniform after each form completion. But is it always pleasant filling out the AcroFom in standard PDF Readers?