As the most popular cross-platform language in the world, Java powers millions of applications dealing with document flow automation, document exchange and other activities associated with text extraction, processing and saving. And since PDF is also the most popular cross-platform document format, a Java + PDF combination is a natural choice for developers creating and customizing such applications.
jPDFAssemble is a powerful Java library that immensely facilitates the assembly of PDF documents in Java applications. Based on a proprietary technology, this software requires absolutely no third-party components to fulfill its functions and can be efficiently used in Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Unix and other operating systems with a Java runtime environment installed. The library gives developers full control over the content of their PDF files and allows them to merge, combine and split PDF’s. You can extract and delete pages in existing PDF documents, copy pages from PDF files to new or existing PDF documents, split documents into any number of new documents and even add the content of an entire PDF document to another one. Apart from these functions, the library enables users to create and edit PDF bookmarks. The resulting PDF file can be either saved to a local file system or sent to an output stream for direct rendering in a client’s browser (when using a J2EE server).
jPDFAssemble is an indispensable tool for any Java application developer working with PDF documents, so don’t hesitate and order an evaluation copy of the library right now!
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