Atlanta based Qoppa Software today announces their PDF libraries and components. Qoppa Software’s latest Java PDF components and libraries include annotation groups and unlimited file size access across all major operating environments, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and web-based. Developers can quickly and reliably add PDF document capabilities such as viewing, printing, signing, form filling, markup and manipulation.
Xform Computing, Inc., announces the addition of the Google Chrome browser and support for Java to their AlwaysOnPC product for iPad, iPhone and Android. Chrome has rocketed up in popularity on PC and Mac computers due to it’s speedy performance, great synchronization features and its Web Store. Chrome is not available on most mobile devices. Features that people are familiar with on their computer can now be accessed in a similar way on AlwaysOnPC via their mobile phone or tablet with the app.
Leading provider of PDF solutions, Qoppa Software announces new versions of its Java PDF Libraries and Components, adding PDF feature coverage along with improvements in memory management and performance. Their latest Java libraries include measurement calibration, callout annotation, and digital signature enhancements across all major operating systems, including Windows, Mac, and Linux.