Today we've published a new release of iText and XML Worker. These new releases are right in time to be presented at Devoxx, the biggest Java conference in Europe. Don't forget to drop by for a chat at the iText booth! iText iText 5.1.3 brings the long awaited support for PAdES-LTV. Examples on how to use this functionality that will be part of the upcoming PDF-2 standard will be following soon. We've also improved the code for parsing PDFs for images. It can now be done using much less code than before. We've added support for JavaScript when parsing bookmarks to XML (or...
November 11, 2011
Maintenance release of iText; change in architecture for XML Worker. iText 5.1.2 In this release, we've added functionality that allows you to completely remove an optional content layer (OCG). However: iText 5.1.2 is mainly a maintenance release that fixes a series of bugs reported on this list since June 8: the algorithm to find startxref was made more memory efficient; the height of the Image wasn't taken into account when creating a PdfPCell with an Image (this is a bug that was introduced in...
August 15, 2011
Tags: ChangelogiText 5XML Worker
June 16, 2011
iText® XML Worker is no longer in beta. You can now start using XML Worker 1.0.0 in a production environment to create PDF files using HTML created using CKEditor or TinyMCE as input. We're simultaneously releasing iText 5.1.1 because XML Worker 1.0.0 depends on some new functionality that was added to iText. For a full overview of what has changed, please consult the changelog .
June 8, 2011
Tags: ChangelogiText 5XML Worker
May 12, 2011
It was more work than expected, but we've finally released iText 5.1.0 . The core iText® library The first change that jumps to the eye, is that we no longer release "just the jar". You can now download a zip file containing several jars at SourceForge . The most important jars are those with the binaries: itextpdf-5.1.0.jar and itext-xtra-5.1.0.jar. Note that we've split iText in two parts: the core library and extra functionality. In the future, we'll provide even more...
Tags: ChangelogiText 5
May 6, 2011