ADDING PDF SUPPORT TO JAVA
JPedal is written in 100% Java and does not need additional platform-specific native libraries to be installed. If it runs Java 8 or above, it runs JPedal.
JAVA PDF LIBRARY
The JPedal SDK includes a set of simple methods to perform common tasks such as PDF to Image conversion, PDF printing, Text extraction and search. The Java PDF viewer also includes a full API to integrate, customise and interact with in your code.
PDF to Image
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Support for JPedal is done extremely well and for continuously using the software, what the customer needs is good support for the issues we face. And it is superb in that respect.
The support provided in resolving issues is one of the best among multiple third-party providers that we have experienced..
We have found JPedal to be a reliable and easy-to-use high level PDF library.
MAKE JAVA WORK WITH PDF FILES
The JPedal SDK includes everything you need to view, print, search, rasterize, annotate and extract content from PDF files in your Java code.
BE PRODUCTIVE WITH PDF FILES
JPedal has been specifically designed with developers in mind. Giving them the tools they require to add PDF capabilities to their own applications.
INSIST ON QUALITY
JPedal’s developers are obsessive about quality. When they are not making the content as true to the original as possible, they are working to reduce the memory usage and increase speed or fix odd PDF files.
INTEGRATE INTO YOUR SYSTEM
JPedal provides its own API so you can quickly customise. Documentation and support are provided by the same developers work wrote the software so we can quickly answer your questions and help you.
A Complete Java PDF Viewer
JPedal’s Java PDF Viewer makes light work of multi-page display, searching, printing and annotations editing. The complete viewer solution is fully customisable. It can be controlled directly from your Java code via the API and can easily be integrated into your own Java applications.
Multiple View Modes
Single Page Mode
Continuous Facing Mode
Page Flow Mode