ITEXT IN ACTION CREATING AND MANIPULATING PDF

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Imagine a publisher who wants to "stamp" his ebooks on the fly with the name of the buyer to discourage sharing. Such a publisher would and we know one who does use iText for the task. Based on ongoing examples that encourage learning "in action," they will finally understand PDF and learn how to build applications that produce professional, high-quality PDF documents. While the basic functionality of iText is easy to acquire, this book lowers the learning curve for more advanced functionality.

All the examples are written in Java, but they can be easily adapted to. NET by developers using one of the. NET J. While iText is a free Java library and the examples are written from the point of view of the Java developer, nine out of ten examples can be run by. NET developers with only minimal changes.

Skip to main content. Start your free trial. Book Description Imagine a publisher who wants to "stamp" his ebooks on the fly with the name of the buyer to discourage sharing. The content needs to be customized or personalized. The PDF content needs to be served in a web environment. Documents are to be created in "batch process" mode. Show and hide more. Table of Contents Product Information.

Code conventions Software requirements and downloads Author Online About the title About the cover illustration 1. Introduction 1. The history of iText 1. How iText was born 1. Beyond Java iText. Running the examples in the book 1. Experimenting with the iText toolbox 1. An almost-true story 1. Some Foobar fiction 1. A document daydream Making a flyer Composing a study guide 1. Welcoming the student Producing documents in different languages Drawing a city map Adding street names to the map Adding interactive layers to the map 1.

Producing and processing interactive documents Making documents interactive Adding watermarks and page numbers Using iText in a web application Creating and filling forms using iText 1. Making the dream come true 1. Summary 2. PDF engine jump-start 2. Generating a PDF document in five steps 2. Creating a new document object Page size Page color Page margins 2. Graphics2D 2. Closing the document Design pattern PDF cross-reference table and trailer 2.

Manipulating existing PDF files 2. Using PdfStamper to change document properties 2. Introducing imported pages 2. Using imported pages with PdfWriter 2. Concatenating forms with PdfCopyFields 2. Summary of the manipulation classes 2. Creating PDF in multiple passes 2. Stamp first, then copy 2.

Copy first, then stamp 2. Stamp, copy, stamp 2. Summary 3. PDF: why and when 3. A document history 3. The Acrobat family 3. The intellectual property of the PDF specification 3. Types of PDF 3. Traditional PDF 3. Tagged PDF 3. Linearized PDF 3. PDFs preserving native editing capabilities 3. Rules of thumb 3. PDF version history 3. Changing the user unit 3.

Basic building blocks 4. Composing text elements 4. Wrapping Strings in text elements 4. The atomic building block: com. Chunk 4. An ArrayList of Chunks: com. Phrase 4. A sequence of Phrases: com. Paragraph 4. Adding extra functionality to text elements 4.

External and internal links: com. Anchor 4. Lists and ListItems: com. Automatic bookmarking: com. Chunk characteristics 4. Measuring and scaling 4. Lines: underlining and striking through text 4. TextRise: sub- and superscript 4. Simulating italic fonts: skewing text 4. Changing font and background colors 4.

Simulating bold fonts: stroking vs. Chunks and space distribution 4. The split character 4. Hyphenation 4. Changing the CharSpace ratio 4. Anchors revisited 4. Remote Goto 4. Local Goto 4. Generic Chunk functionality 4. Drawing custom backgrounds and lines 4. Implementing custom functionality 4. Building an index 4. Making a flyer part 1 4. Summary 5. Inserting images 5. Standard image types 5. TIFF with multiple pages 5. Animated GIFs 5.

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Imagine a publisher who wants to "stamp" his ebooks on the fly with the name of the buyer to discourage sharing. Such a publisher would and we know one who does use iText for the task. Based on ongoing examples that encourage learning "in action," they will finally understand PDF and learn how to build applications that produce professional, high-quality PDF documents. While the basic functionality of iText is easy to acquire, iText in Action lowers the learning curve for more advanced functionality. All the examples are written in Java, but they can be easily adapted to. NET by developers using one of the.

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