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RAD PDF 1.9 Released

Version 1.9 of the ASP.NET PDF viewer, PDF form filler, and PDF editor, RAD PDF, has been released.

This new version allows web users to add images to PDF files, empowers developers to adjust PDF rendering resolution, and improves future browser compatibility.

One of our most requested features, we encourage you to try the new RAD PDF image adding tool online in our interactive ASP.NET PDF Viewer Demonstration. At this time, RAD PDF supports the addition of the following image types:

  • BMP
  • GIF
  • JPEG
  • PNG

This new feature makes it easy for your customers to upload and attach digital representations of their signature, photos, logos, watermarks, or more! Images can also be added server side allowing you to pre-add an image from your database, allowing your we user to either review it or even drag and resize it into place.

This new version also provides a number of bug fixes and minor feature updates.

This is a free upgrade for all customers with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 1.4 Released

Version 1.4 of the ASP.NET PDF Viewer and PDF Editor, RAD PDF, has been released.

This new version improves XFA Form support, is compatible with 64-bit servers, & adds new server-side events.

First, native 64-bit (x64 / AMD64 / Intel64 / x86-64) support allow for wider deployment on high end servers running the latest versions of Windows Server.

Second, a revamp of RAD PDF's methods and documentation will allow new users to more easily get up and running with our ASP.NET PDF editor.

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RAD PDF 1.3 Released

Version 1.3 of the ASP.NET PDF Viewer and PDF Editor, RAD PDF, has been released.

This new version is improves document loading times, adds annotation support, & improves browser compatibility.

First, a number of improvements to PDFescape, the free PDF editor, have filtered down to RAD PDF. Primarily, PDF files now load quicker, the Opera browser is now supported, and text annotations can now be created & manipulated.

Second, the RAD PDF DocumentEditor object has been extended to offer more control over PDF objects & new RAD PDF sample implementations in both C# and VB.NET have been released.

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RAD PDF 1.2 Released

Version 1.2 of the ASP.NET PDF Viewer and PDF Editor, RAD PDF, has been released.

This new version is easier to install and configure, and features a number of new tools and improvements.

First, RAD PDF now furthers it's ability to edit documents using the DocumentEditor class allowing objects to be added prior to a PDF being displayed in RAD PDF. New properties for these objects also allow advanced control over how a user is permitted to interact with them. For example, a new form field can be added to RAD PDF which can be moved or resized, but not deleted or renamed.

Second, a number of improvements to PDFescape, the free PDF editor, have filtered down to RAD PDF. Primarily, text selection is now available in all browsers. This improvement allows RAD PDF to function like a true in-browser Adobe Reader replacement in all supported web browsers.

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RAD PDF 1.1 Released & PDF Form Updates

We are proud to announce a few minor upgrades to both PDFescape and RAD PDF.

First up, RAD PDF is now at version 1.1. The ASP.NET PDF Viewer & PDF Editor now features a number of code optimizations and improvements as well as a new DocumentEditor class which allows the pre-processing of PDF documents before they are displayed in RAD PDF.

Currently, the DocumentEditor class is limited to pre-filling PDF form fields, however this class will be expanded in future versions to accommodate all object types supported by RAD PDF.

RAD PDF now officially supports Firefox 3.5.

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Also, PDFescape, the free PDF editor and free PDF form filler has been updated to improve PDF form filling. Amongst a number of improvements, PDFescape now supports PDF form field combs, better enforces max field lengths, and improves support of PDF specified PDF form field styles.