Big Faceless PDF Library 2.5.1 review

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The Big Faceless PDF library is a Java class library for reading and writing PDF documents.

License: Shareware
OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
File size: 1K
Developer: Big Faceless Organization
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Price: $850.00
Updated: 02 Sep 2005
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The Big Faceless PDF library is a Java class library for reading and writing PDF documents. With support for digital signatures, encryption, forms, Unicode, TIFF and other images and a well designed API. The library is small, fast and easy to use, and as it's 100% Java can run on any platform.

Here are some key features of "Big Faceless PDF Library":
Create or edit interactive PDF AcroForms (Extended Edition only)
Digitally sign PDF documents (Extended Edition only)
Import and edit existing PDF documents (Extended Edition only)
Transparent Unicode support - create documents in Arabic, Russian or Japanese as easily as English
TrueType and Type1 fonts, with subsetting for smaller files. Great for OCR.
PDF Encryption, for password-protected documents (40 and 128 bit).
Embed JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF or java.awt.Image images, or add Barcodes directly to the PDF
Use Spot colors, calibrated ICC profiles and other advanced colorspaces
Add HTML-style Hyperlinks to text or images
Process 1+ words a second with kerning, ligatures, justification and "curly quotes" for legibility.
Simplify complex document creation by defining and applying "Styles"
Full support for PDF features like bookmarks, compression and document meta-information.
Non-linear creation of documents - pages can be created and edited in any order.
Intelligent embedding. Fonts and images can be reused without increasing the file size.

Fully functional unlimited demo period. Limitation: Demo product is "demo" stamped

What's New:
A "patch level" change indicates a minor feature or bugfix. Methods MAY have been added to the API, but none have been removed.
Code written for version 1.0.0 will work on version 1.0.9
A "minor level" change indicates a change to the API which may require some code changes. API changes are minor, but are necessary for bug fixes or new features.
Code written for version 1.0.3 MAY require changes for 1.1
A "major level" indicates big changes to the API or considerable extra functionality. Developers can expect significant changes to bring their code up to date.
Code written for version 1.1 is unlikely to work under 2.0

Java 1.2 or later.

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