Testimonial

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Matt Stephens wrote "The Java world is good for “best-kept secrets”; and iText is one of the best."
Rod Cope listed iText as one of the 10 Open Source Solutions Your Enterprise Should Be Using: "This library lets Java developers create PDF files (without shelling out big bucks to Adobe for a PDF writer)."
Read what the developers at Google write about iText:
A very nice framework. The only one in the market that delivers such a solution. Tim Bogaert, De Persgroep
I have been a big proponent of iText since somewhere around 2005. Over the course of that time, I have contributed code to iText, evangelized its benefits to numerous customers, and even get my daily does of humor when Paulo tells some newbie that 'there is no emergency and do not use caps'. Seriously, I have worked with PDF technologies for a decade, written numerous Acrobat plugins, know the Acrobat API almost by heart, and am always amazed at the level of sophistication, reliability and functionality that the iText project continues to deliver. Kudos to Bruno, Paulo, et al. Thanks. Chris...
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Andrew Binstock is currently the editor in chief of Oracle's Java News. He was the managing director of iText Software Corp. in 2009-2010 iText was the first open source PDF solution. In 2007, Andrew Binstock wrote: "What surprised me is that iText is unique: To my knowledge, there is no other free software package with its capabilities, or even a large subset of them. Uniqueness in open source, where almost all projects have several direct, competing counterparts, is comparatively rare." Read the article...
We evaluated 14 Java PDF libraries regarding their Android compatibility.
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Jorn Bettin is the author of best-selling books such as "Model-Driven Software Development: Technology, Engineering, Management" and "Management of the Object-Oriented Development Process" Already in 2006, Jorn Bettin listed iText as "overall best component on the market for its intended purpose" in his presentation "Building Durable Enterprise Architectures; Extending Build versus Buying Decision Frameworks with Open Source Options". Read the article
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I've been enormously impressed with iText in that for as long as we've been using it, we've almost never had it blow up on a PDF that Adobe Reader could render. We get data from all over the world, and process it for the legal industry. We get a lot of corrupt files in varying states, and have to "deal with it" as best we can. To date we've processed more than a million PDF's from every corner of the civilized world. I've been enormously impressed with iText in that for as long as we've been using it, we've almost never had it blow up on a PDF that Adobe Reader could render. Robert Simpson...
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Edward Gioja, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Nothern District of Illinois I've just started using iText. It was suggested to me by word of mouth. I've only been using it for a couple of weeks, and it has already solved a number of issues I've had in dealing with Acrobat manipulation. The applications that I'm asked to design tend to not use Acrobat in "normal" ways, and the answers from Adobe seem to be "you can't do that, but we would like to sell you...." I first looked at some samples, quickly purchased (actually had the boss purchase) "iText in Action" and was able to be productive by the...