Privacy Policy – Planet PDF

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This policy covers the Debenu Web site: Planet PDF.

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Planet PDF Team

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Foxit’s Planet PDF Team’s experience extends back to the very beginning of PDF. We have not only watched the development of PDF as a standard document exchange format, we expanded our knowledge by using the technology.

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About Planet PDF

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Foxit’s Planet PDF is the most comprehensive, popular and independent Web site exclusively focused on PDF.

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Planet PDF Sponsors

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Foxit’s Planet PDF is brought to you in part by the contributions of the following companies. We would like to thank all our site sponsors for their continued support of us, as well as their continued efforts in developing solutions for PDF users.

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Best of Planet PDF 2 released

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Planet PDF has just released the long-lost second edition of its annual ‘Best bits’ compilation. The free Best of Planet PDF publication contains Planet PDF’s biggest articles from 2004 (yep, 2004). Volume 2 is 83 pages full of select Planet PDF news features, tips, interviews, product information and more that was published at Planet PDF during 2004.

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Cordova, Xamarin, and PDF

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PDF is platform independent, and a well-worn veteran in the world of document exchange. That said, the delivery, display and usage environment has changed somewhat over the past 5 years. Fancy applications that perform all those useful tasks…

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Where oh where are PDF digital signatures from?

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Finally – after 41 years, from Diffie and Hellman’s concept in 1976 through to real-life production usage in 2017, digital signatures are now in regular use: yes, penned signatures, wax seals and paper itself are finally taking a back-seat. And a big driver in making this a success is PDF.

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UWP and PDF

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Remember back in the 90s, when desktops were all the rage, and laptops and smartphones were, well, mostly non-existent. The powerful technology from Microsoft at that time included Windows 3.1, Windows NT and Windows 98. Well, fast-forward 30 odd years into the future, and powerful devices that can display things using Microsoft Windows Universal Platform (UWP) technology are everywhere. By using this technology, software developers can now create universal apps for use on Xbox One, Hololens and of course, Windows 10, and Windows Mobile..

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Back to the past 2002

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Looking back to 2002, it’s amazing how much of the prediction became a reality. Take a read and see what you think!

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Acrobat & PDF Developer Libraries

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Numerous third-parties produce libraries that can be used to create PDF. This page collects some of the better known PDF developer offerings.

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