Based on the feedback from our users (and developments in the larger Java ecosystem) we have decided that future releases of the iText 7 Suite will target Java 8 SE. This blog post looks into our reasons for doing this, and what it will mean for iText users.
Following on from our recent announcement of the deprecation of support for Java 7, we are also dropping support for .NET Standard 1.6 in favor of .NET Standard 2.0. This blog details our reasons for doing this, and what it will mean for our .NET userbase.
After the iText 7.1.11 release which brought new features and improvements to the entire iText 7 Suite, we’re proud to release iText Core 7.1.12 with an equally significant set of changes and improvements
We are excited to announce the general availability of iText DITO 1.4. This latest release of iText's high-convenience PDF document generator includes a barcode generation wizard, plus several other new template design features and extended API capabilities.
A tutorial for generating searchable, archivable PDFs for your workflow with iText pdfOCR. Our newly-released open-source add-on for iText 7 enables text recognition and extraction for scanned documents, and conversion into editable PDFs.
It’s been quite a while since we’ve done one of these. A few years ago, we presented a PDF Days talk entitled “7 cases for the PDF support detectives” which detailed a variety of mysterious PDF issues that we’ve solved over the years.
14th February 2020... It’s a date which has been carved in the minds of our developers here at iText for several months now. And it’s not because it’s a day we want to spend with our loved ones at home. It’s because that’s the day the iText library, which we are working on daily, marks its 20th birthday: Feb 14, 2000 is the day when we released our first lines of code!
Now, twenty years on, we’re at iText Core version 7.1.10!