Qoppa Software's latest Java libraries include measurement calibration, callout annotation, and digital signature enhancements across all major operating systems, including Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Qoppa Software, fall of 2010, announces the release of new versions of its Java PDF libraries and components, adding PDF feature coverage along with improvements in memory management and performance.
•New calibration tool in jPDFNotes The measuring tool now also allows architects and engineers to set the scale directly on the drawing.
•New callout annotation in jPDFProcess, jPDFViewer, jPDFNotes. The callout tool combines a text box with a line and an arrow and is used to draw attention to text or objects in a PDF document.
•Enhanced digital signatures in jPDFProcess and jPDFSecure. Developers can customize digital signatures by adding custom appearances (for instance adding image and text).
•New unicode support in jPDFProcess, jPDFAssemble, and jPDFNotes. These libraries now allow editing unicode text in annotations content and within document properties (author, subject, description). This will be of special interest to customers using non-latin characters such as Arabic, Asian (Chinese, Japanese and Korean), Greek, or Cyrillic characters
Qoppa Software specializes in the development of high-end libraries and applications to work with PDF documents. Qoppa Software offers a suite of products that cover every aspect of PDF processes and integrate seamlessly into document workflows, including end-user, server and PDF library products. Qoppa’s products are carefully designed and developed to provide the highest level of performance and reliability and are proven to be the industry leaders.