Datalogics Monthly Newsletter | March 2023
Welcome to The Download, a monthly newsletter from Datalogics. Every month, we’ll share a collection of news and articles from our blog, industry news, and interesting links from around the web.
Datalogics News & Announcements
Datalogics Adds PDF Optimizer to Docker Hub
PDF Optimizer – now available on Docker Hub – is a command-line application from Datalogics that helps businesses and developers optimize their PDFs to make them easier to share, send and store.
New NuGet Tutorial on YouTube
Learn how to use the Adobe PDF Library with our NuGet package in this interactive tutorial and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel!
Follow us on Github to see our latest code samples and product updates.
From the Blog
How to Edit XFA Forms
XFA form frustrations are nothing new, and understanding how to edit, convert, flatten to get them to work properly is something we help customers with often. Whether you are working with static or dynamic XFA forms, we can help guide you through managing them in your workflows.
Cracking The Code: Creating Images In PDFs
If you need to build brochures, flyers, presentations, or other types of media that includes images, PDF is the perfect format for doing so. PDF supports images and other rich media, and there are many options when it comes to creating images in PDFs. Check out our code samples to see image creation in action.
How to Work with AcroForms & XFA
When you last built a PDF form document, you may have used Acrobat to add text fields, check boxes, radio buttons, a bar code, a digital signature, and other form field elements. You probably didn’t think about the technology behind the format, which is fine, because now you won’t need to.From the Web
How to: Saving Resources in a Software Company – drupa.com
pdfRest Introduces API Lab – pdfa.org
GitHub Actions: Introducing faster GitHub-hosted x64 macOS runners – github.com
Australia and New Zealand jointly adopt PDF/A-4 – pdfa.org
Links we found interesting
International Women’s Day: The Latest Women in Tech Statistics to Know in 2023
This former NASA astronaut steered a space shuttle to safety after overcoming gender discrimination
How a single engineer brought down Twitter