iText 7 Core is available via Maven on The Central repository. If you need all iText 7 modules, then you don't need to add the individual modules and you can just add this XML snippet in your pom.xml. Maven will then do all the heavy lifting for you and download the required modules from The Central Repository. Simply add iText 7 as a dependency to your pom.xml:
NOTE: We use "RELEASE" as the iText version in this installation, which will ensure you install the current release versions of the iText 7 modules. If your project requires a specific version of iText 7 to function correctly, ensure you replace this with your desired version number in your pom.xml.
The National eID & ePassport Conference - the Global Forum on the drivers behind the digitalization of citizen ID documents – brings its 5th edition to BERLIN, Germany. This forum on electronic identification gathers 35 speakers and 300 experts, key industrial as well as top-level government representatives from over 30 countries in high profile keynotes, case-oriented panel sessions, workshops, networking and exhibition.
Our CEO was one of the speakers at the Business Angels Day in Antwerp. The theme of the day was "Think Global, Invest Local":It goes without saying that a talk about iText was very much on topic. Bruno showed some of iText's customers in the government sector, both in the US and Belgium, explaining how we're working on a good relationship with integrators.
The ISO Committee meeting was about ISO-32000-2, the new specification for PDF 2.0. The venue was really beautiful: the National Archives and Records Administration which is housed in the National Museum of the American Indian in New York. We also discussed AFP and PDF/UA.
iText is excited to have participating in the ITEX National Conference in Las Vegas. It was great to get to know the other companies and people at the ITEX conference. We learned a lot and met many great people.
For the third year in a row, iText took part in the Open Source Think Tank, organized by Black Duck Software. This year, instead of two plenary days, the first day consisted of two tracks: one traditional track, the other a one-day Community Leadership Summit (CLS), led by Jono Bacon. We thought it was a great idea to combine a Community Leadership Summit with the Open Source Think Tank.