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pdfDebug is an add on component that is available for iText 7. Its basic function is to allow a programmer to see inside of a PDF while it is being created. This allows for advanced debugging on programs that use iText to create or manipulate PDFs. Interested? Let’s take a look at how it works with an example. To start, we created a simple program whose goal is to create a pdf that has four pages, with one phrase on each page. Page 1: Hello World, Page 2: Hello People, Page 3: Hello Everyone. In addition, we want the headers Item 1, Item 2, or Item 3 depending on the page which it appears on...
Eurostaff, a recruitment specialist, recently conducted an interview with iText founder and CSO Bruno Lowagie . In it, Bruno explains the best practices for developers who pull code snippets from StackOverflow to use in their own projects. What are the legal ramifications? How do you best attribute your source? From the interview: "The Stack Exchange Network interprets ‘attribution’ in a fantastically complicated way, written in legalese that even educated people have trouble...
The iText team is camping out at Devoxx Belgium in Antwerp! We're attending the conference as a Silver sponsor this year, and today marks the first day the exhibition is open to the general public. If you're in the area and you're interested to talk some PDF with us, please drop by. Or, you can attend the talk of our developers Benoit Lagae and Michael Demey about how and when you should (not) break your API. Come see @iText at #devoxx to talk to our devs! pic....