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Gnostice XtremeDevSystem (for Java) Subscription is an economical and high-value bouquet containing all Gnostice Java developer products. You get 12-months free updates, both major and minor. You also get priority e-mail support for the 12 months.
XtremeDevSystem (for Java) includes PDFOne (for Java) and XtremeDocumentStudio (for Java).
XtremeDocumentStudio is the next-generation multi-format document-processing SDK library for Java developers. It can be used to process multiple formats - PDF, DOCX, and images. It does not have any dependency on Adobe Reader, GhostScript or Open XML SDK library.
PDFOne (for Java™) is a versatile PDF component suite for Java developers to implement PDF-related tasks in their applications. It has a document component that can create, edit, enhance, and encrypt PDF documents. It also has PDF viewer and printer components. It does not have any dependency on Adobe Reader or GhostScript.
Both products come with hundreds of functions and properties that put immense power in the hands of the developer. They hide the complexity of the platform and provide a friendly API. This helps developers quickly develop advanced software applications with minimum effort.
As with individual product purchases, XtremeDevSystem licensing is hassle-free and for perpetual-use.
XtremeDevSystem (for Java™) Subscription includes:
PDFOne is a versatile PDF component suite for Java developers to implement PDF-related tasks in their applications. PDFOne can create, edit, view, print, encrypt, decrypt, merge, split, reorganize, bookmark, annotate, watermark, and stamp PDF documents. PDFOne can also process PDF forms or Acroforms by creating, editing, filling, flattening PDF form fields.
Gnostice XtremeDocumentStudio (for Java) is the next-generation multi-format document-processing component suite for J2SE/J2EE developers. Currently, it supports viewing, printing, and converting PDF, DOCX, BMP, JPEG, PNG, JPEG2000 and single-page/multi-page TIFF.
XtremeDocumentStudio can process PDF and DOCX without requiring external software such as Microsoft Word, Open XML SDK, Adobe PDF library or GhostScript. (For supporting advanced image formats such as JPEG2000 or TIFF, the library Java Advanced Imaging is required. For processing simple image formats such as BMP, PNG or JPEG, the Java Advanced Imaging library is not required.)
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Using PDFOne (for Java).
Using XtremeDocumentStudio (for Java) library.
Learn to create PDF portfolios using XtremeDocumentStudio (for Java).
Learn to create a multi-format document-viewer Swing application.
Learn to convert documents using XtremeDocumentStudio for Java.
Learn to print documents using Gnostice XtremeDocumentStudio (for Java).
Learn to use the new digitization feature of XtremeDocumentStudio (for Java).
With a little help, JAI on a Tomcat server can support TIFF.
Using PDFOne (for Java)
One-stop solution for all PDF-related requirements in your Java applications.
Learn to access PDF page elements such as text, images, shapes, and Form XObjects.
Removing unwanted text from a document.
Learn to search and extract text from PDF documents.
Learn to use PDFOne (for Java) in a Java Server Page web application running on a Apache Tomcat server.
Learn about the many ways you can use fonts in PDF documents.
Use watermark annotations to create different content for viewing screen and printing on paper.
Learn to provide substitute fonts when rendering PDF documents.
Bypass patchy support for page parameters in HTML links to PDF pages.
Learn to create PDF content that will be available only when the document is printed.
Use PDFOne to export PDF pages to image formats.
Set up local Javadocs for JRE and external JAR components.
Learn to process a PDF document stored on the Net.
Learn to render individual pages of multipage TIFF image on PDF pages.
Showcasing an online PDF web viewer built using Gnostice PDFOne, our PDF component suite for Java™ developers.
Learn to create file attachments in PDF documents using PDFOne (for Java™).
Learn to convert text, shapes, and images in a PDF page as a single graphic item in PDFOne (for Java).
Tested successfully with French, Cyrillic (Russian), Japanese, Mandarin (Chinese), Kannada, and Devanagri (Hindi).
Learn about PDF printing in Java.
Autopagination has seen some improvements in PDFOne Java. Learn more about it.
Baby steps to PDFOne Java nirvana.
Learn how to create PDFOne Java programs in the most popular Java IDE.
Learn to automate your PDFOne Java applications.
Learn about securing and restricting the use of a PDF document in Java.
Should I use newline or carriage return in my string values?
Create bookmarks that tell which bookmark belongs to which document.
Learn how to render table cells, rows and columns using PDFOne (for Java).
Learn to create, edit, and delete bookmarks in a PDF document.
Display PDF documents in a Java GUI application for end-users.
Learn how to create and edit annotations in PDF documents.
Learn how to create multiple pages and render text, shapes, images, and watermarks over page ranges.
Learn how to create, read, and write to PDF documents using PDFOne.
Render text, shapes, and images in PDF with varying levels of transparency.
“I have two pdf documents - one contains my company's letterhead template and the other has letters addressed to our customers. I would like to know how I can use the letterhead in each of those letters?”
Learn how to merge several PDF documents into a single document. Also, learn how to split a single PDF document into several PDF documents.
How to add rubber-stamp annotations and text/image watermarks to PDF documents.
One of our customers wrote: “I want to inspect each link annotation, find out its type and destination and edit only those annotations pointing to a remote document.”
This article demonstrates the ability of PDFOne Java to implement mail-merge function in your Java applications and create professional looking PDF documents with dynamic content in headers and footers. Dynamic content such as the 'Page X of Y' construct and more.
This article demonstrates the use of PDF appearance streams (Form XObjects) to create and specify custom appearances for PDF form fields.
This article demonstrates how to use PDF appearance streams (Form XObjects) to create and specify custom appearances for PDF annotations with PDFOne Java.
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