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Last week, we created a poll on Twitter , asking you which platform you prefer: The Java platform, The .NET platform, or Another platform These were the results: It seems that the Java platform is the most popular among developers who follow us on Twitter: half of them prefer the Java platform. Looking at the questions posted on StackOverflow, I would have guessed that the numbers would be more in balance, because it feels as if there are about as many questions about iText for Java as there are as about iText for C#. Maybe we...
I want to know the difference or comparison between different PDF creation / generation techniques. For Example: iText, Adobe LC, Jasper Reports, etc.
I assumed that Document.Add() flushed content to the PDF file (the file stream) immediately, but it looks like that's not the case.
I have been searching for some unit tests for the program iText with no luck. Is anyone aware of any such tests? Also, does anyone know if the developers use any automatic testing tools on iText, such as Jenkins?
Last week, the ISO committee devoted to PDF standards convened at iText's global HQ in Ghent, Belgium. The delegation took the opportunity to explore iText's brand-new offices, which offer a clear view over the city skyline, and then later went to tour the city itself, visiting various landmarks as well as a construction site generally not open to the public. The site in question is a renovation project for a canal area district that used to include a now-defunct circus and a gym, and will be reconverted to a library and a residential area with waterfront apartments.
I have been searching for some unit tests for the program iText with no luck. Is anyone aware of any such tests? Also, does anyone know if the developers use any automatic testing tools on iText, such as Jenkins?
I assumed that Document.Add() flushed content to the PDF file (the file stream) immediately, but it looks like that's not the case.
I want to know the difference or comparison between different PDF creation / generation techniques. For Example: iText, Adobe LC, Jasper Reports, etc.
If there’s one major challenge to single out in healthcare IT today, it would be leveraging the growth and usage of big data. While consumer IT made big advances in the past decade to get a handle of data by marking up content, indexing it, and annotating it for use, enterprise, and healthcare IT in particular, still need to catch up on making data actionable.