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While testing and verification is never a bad idea, the advantages of automation include speeding up processes and removing human error. Manually validating each generated PDF would be counterproductive. There are a few exceptions, but if certain criteria are met …
Interoperability is the core value proposition of the PDF file format. Although interoperability comes from sharing a clear and precise understanding of the file format specification, test data in the form of a corpus of PDF files is critical to …
Dietrich von Seggern talks about an example in which the internet community came up with a smart solution for a very specific set of digital publications: their own technology standards.
Ensuring maximum success in RPA processes requires uniformity (standardization) in inputs. That’s where PDF can help.
Although less than a year into the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)-funded Safe Documents (SafeDocs) fundamental research program, from a PDF industry perspective, a number of positive early outcomes have already occurred.
A new resource collating all ISO groups and currently active work items related to PDF has been developed. Based on public information, this summary is invaluable for all PDF developers to ensure awareness of forthcoming changes in PDF-related standards.
More and more, magazines are available on tablets or other mobile platforms. The subscriber uses the respective app to view the magazine pages, but in many cases the internal format is actually PDF. In this article, we want to have …
Now available from ISO: the Draft International Standard (DIS) version of the latest ISO 32000-2 (PDF 2.0) standard is ready for download. Notable changes include support for Reiwa, the new Japanese era, and additional clarifications and corrections.
Ailing economies around the world need every advantage in these difficult times. On the other side of today’s crisis a new WFH/SFH paradigm may influence decision makers to rethink past decisions.
The Signal, a Library of Congress blog, has a new post about archiving with PDF by the Library of Congress’ Kate Murray, the PDF Association’s Duff Johnson, and Kevin De Vorsey of the National Archives and Records Administration.