Support for PDF Digital Signatures in HTML5 Viewer

Q: Do you support validating and applying digital signatures in your HTML5 PDF Markup Module? We need to add the ability to view and sign PDF documents from any browser and platform within our web-based application. A: The current version of Qoppa’s HTML PDF Viewer and Markup Module supports the validation and display of exiting […]

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How To Integrate / Deploy an HTML5 PDF Viewer on your Web Application Server

This knowledge base entry is detailing the technical steps to integrate an HTML5 viewer on your website and web application server using¬† Qoppa’s library jPDFWeb. Before getting into technical details, we recommend that you read our knowledge base entry Understanding how a zero footprint HTML5 viewer works, a good introduction to what is being done […]

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Annotations, Links and Form Fields Supported in PDF to SVG Conversion

Q: Does jPDFWeb renders annotations and form fields when converting PDF documents to SVG / HTML5? A: Yes, jPDFWeb will render the following annotations / widgets. Graphical Annotations All types of graphical annotations defined by the PDF specifications are supported: square, circle, pencil, polygon, polyline, cloud, etc… Text Annotations Sticky notes, typewriter, text box and […]

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Understanding how a zero footprint HTML5 PDF viewer works

This knowledge base entry explains: What a zero footprint HTML5 PDF viewer is What the advantage of converting from PDF to SVG are in order to publish PDFs How you can use Qoppa’s jPDFWeb, a Java library to convert PDFs to SVG to create such a viewer Zero Footprint PDF Viewer Zero footprint is used […]

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