The PDF Association’s PDF cheat sheets are designed to help developers work more efficiently. They are highly condensed summaries, with information grouped to help inform on nuances or details that are often forgotten.
The PDF industry mourns the passing of the Adobe founder and visionary whose inventions and insights led to the creation of PDF.
PDF is a large, complex specification! Developers often look for first steps in its implementation. This article offers some suggestions.
Overcoming ossification requires everyone to agree on the strategy and specific technical changes affecting all stakeholders.
The PDF Association is proud to announce the release of “ISO/TS 32005 Document management – Portable Document Format – PDF 1.7 and 2.0 structure namespace inclusion in ISO 32000-2”. This publication aims to address and clarify the rules governing PDF …
This update from the PDF/UA Processor LWG includes an example of its work mapping PDF’s structure types to web accessibility APIs.
Why PDF 2.0 is the definition of PDF every developer should use – even if your products don’t support PDF 2.0.
What if you could simply ask a question to a PDF file? What if you could receive answers that are contextually derived, presented in an easily understandable manner, and provided in the language of your query, regardless of the language …
Patrick Gallot explains his personal financial support for a forthcoming documentary on the development of the PDF format.
The last 30 years have revealed some persistent truths about how people use and think about information and communication.