Tag: browser

Crocodoc launches HTML 5-based online PDF viewer

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Crocodoc has launched an HTML 5-based version of its online document viewing service. The new service incorporates a highly-functional PDF viewer that is integrated with the browser and enables reviewers to collaborate with each other in real time.

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Google Chrome gets its own slick PDF viewer

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A lot of people dislike the experience of viewing a PDF in a web browser. A common complaint is that users are typically in for a long wait, because a separate desktop application needs to be launched and embedded within the browser before the PDF can be displayed. Google Chrome’s new native PDF viewer offers a neat solution to this issue, according to Planet PDF’s Rowan Hanna.

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Indigo Eight releases AjaxPDF 2.0

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Rhode Island-based Indigo Eight Software has announced the release of AjaxPDF 2.0, the latest update to its ASP.NET control for displaying PDF documents.

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This week in PDF: Adobe plugs security holes

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Over the last month or so, Adobe has been earning column inches for all the wrong reasons, with security experts uncovering several vulnerabilities. This week in PDF, Adobe releases a fix for these issues and announces the formal release of a new service. To round out the week’s news, Planet PDF welcomes a new major sponsor to the fold.

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Access PDF files quickly

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No matter how scattered your PDF files are, you can view them quickly using the Organizer feature in Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional. This tip from Adobe.com explains how to get started using Acrobat 7.0’s PDF Organizer to manage your PDF documents.

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Acrobat in the Browser

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Using some simple JavaScript, it’s possible to determine a whole range of version information from the PDF Viewing Component inside a Web Browser. If you need to, say, determine which version of the Acrobat Browser Plugin your web visitors were using, Dave Wraight explains how.

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