Good news for developers

  • This entry was posted in PDF SDK and tagged PDF SDK
  • May 18, 2012
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Foxit Embedded PDF SDK 2.0 has been launched! We all know that Foxit PDF SDK is one of the most popular products of our product line because of its easy to use and our great support (thanks to Foxit SE team!)

Today, the all new Foxit Embedded SDK supports more platforms than ever: Android, iOS, W…

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Foxit Raffle Winners

  • This entry was posted in News and tagged foxit life
  • April 13, 2012
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Foxit recently had a customer survey, followed with a raffle.

Winners are:

Mark L. Annette D.

Daniel S. Paul F. and Mathew T.

Congrats to the winners!

We welcome all of our users to join our survey and be a winner!

Nate


Closer looking at Foxit Mobile product line

  • This entry was posted in MobilePDF
  • April 4, 2012
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Recently Foxit released its foxit reader on the iOS platform. We got some great feedback. Today, lets go through the app together and take a closer look.

Here is the video!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFD61bS5beE

Nate


What’s on your mind about Foxit?

  • This entry was posted in Foxit Reader
  • March 31, 2012
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As a marketing guy, I am always excited when hearing people talking about Foxit. For most of the time, I heard people discussing foxit reader (the best pdf reader for Windows desktop). But yesterday, for the first time, I read an awesome Blog sharing the experience of using Foxit PhantomPDF.

Big…

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PDF IFilters Are Essential for Large PDF Environments

  • This entry was posted in PDF IFilter and tagged pdf ifilters
  • March 30, 2012
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The Need for PDF IFilters

PDF has become the overwhelming file format of choice for storing documents on the cloud since it is a robust and open standard for document display and it works with just about any application, hardware device, and operating system.  Whether you’re posting a document on…

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Keep Yourself Safe from Malicious Viruses

  • This entry was posted in User tip
  • March 26, 2012
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pdf documents are relatively secure when compared to other file types. However, any file downloaded from the internet may have security vulnerabilities. To guard against malware, the foxit reader provides multiple levels of security to insure user safety and protection by providing user controlled o…

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Foxit® Announces PDF IFilter – Desktop

  • This entry was posted in PDF IFilter and tagged PDF ifilter
  • March 19, 2012
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Search for pdf documents on Your Desktop with the Fastest pdf ifilter on the Market

Since the growth of PDF documents has exploded, finding the PDF documents you’re looking for has become as difficult as finding a needle in a haystack.  For organizations which store their PDF documents on servers…

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Exploring Core Competency

  • This entry was posted in PDF Solutions and tagged pdf standard
  • March 13, 2012
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On a solution project we worked on, Sergey and I needed to dump a table of fontname/font file/font data into a file so the list can be reused in the future. We tossed around the idea of creating our own binary data format to hold the content but implementing reading and writing functions for it took…

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Encrypting PDF Files

  • This entry was posted in PhantomPDF and tagged encryption
  • February 23, 2012
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There are many ways to protect PDF files containing confidential information.  One of the most common ways is to use encryption.  Encryption uses a mathematical key to scramble the information in a PDF file so only the intended viewers can access them.  When a person validates that themselves as an…

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LIN-SANITY @ Foxit!

  • This entry was posted in News and tagged Life @ Foxit
  • February 17, 2012
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Given that Foxit is based in the bay area, we should have signed Lin to be our spokesman when he was playing for the Warriors… “LIN-sane for Foxit!”

Missed our chance, but we can at least support the bay-area native in our office.

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