Debenu Quick PDF Library 188.8.131.52 for Delphi BCB Full Source Retail
Debenu Quick PDF Library 184.108.40.206 for Delphi BCB Full Source Retail | 6 Mb
Want to create, render, print, secure, merge, split and manipulate PDF files with just a few lines of code on Windows, Mac and iOS? Enhance your capability with Debenu Quick PDF Library: a powerful, royalty-free developer PDF SDK for adding PDF functionality to your applications. With more than 900 functions for use with C, C++, C#, Delphi (version 4 to XE7), Objective-C, Swift, Python, PHP, Visual Basic, VB.NET, ASP, PowerBASIC, Pascal and more – it’s like your ultimate PDF toolkit. Used by developers of all levels working with PDFs, it’s specifically useful for getting products to market faster. It includes a robust API, and is available in a variety of different editions for use on Windows, Mac and iOS. Purchase options include: single developer license, multiple developer license and source code license. Debenu Quick PDF Library is licensed on a per developer, per platform basis. Support is included for the most common programming languages. Work smarter and faster today with Debenu.
Several different editions are available to make development easier in a variety of different programming languages. The SDK is sold on a per platform basis, so if you purchase the Windows version then you have access to all the different editions for Windows and if you purchase the Mac version then you have access to all of the different editions for Mac.
Debenu Quick PDF Library for Windows
ActiveX – ActiveX COM for Windows development supports C#, Visual C++, C++ Builder, Delphi, Visual Basic, PHP, Python, Java, PowerBASIC and more. 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
DLL – Dynamically-linked library for Windows development supports C, Visual C++, C++ Builder, C#, Visual Basic, Python and more. 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
Delphi – DCUs and optionally source code for development using all versions of Delphi 4, 5, 6, 7, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE, XE2, XE3, XE4, XE5, XE6 and XE7. 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
LIB – Statically-linked library for Windows development supports C and C++. 32-bit only. 64-bit coming soon.
Debenu Quick PDF Library for Mac
Dylib – Xcode Dynamic Library for Mac development using Objective-C, Swift, C, C++ and Python. 32-bit and 64-bit.
Delphi – DCUs for development using Delphi XE2, XE3, XE4, XE5, XE6 and XE7 on Windows to generate apps for the Mac operating system. 32-bit only.
Debenu Quick PDF Library for iOS
iOS Static Lib – iOS Static Lib for Apple iOS development using Objective-C, Swift, C, C++ and more. 32-bit and 64-bit. arm6/arm7/arm7s/arm64 supported.
Debenu Quick PDF Library 11.14
April 17, 2015
SetAnnotOptional function added
AddFreeTextAnnotationEx function added
Added new GetImageListItemFormatDesc function
Fixed rendering of B/W TIFF image with DeviceN colorspace
Fixed font regression problem from 11.13. Characters spaced too far apart in some PDFs
Fixed Type3 font rendering issue with CharSpacing and WordSpacing
Fixed NormalizePage to correctly rotate rotated annotations
Fixed text extraction bounding boxes for some rare PDF files
Added support to get OverlayText property string from a Redact annotation
Fixed barcode rendering bug in GDI+
Fixed clipping rectangle issue in GDI+
Fixed color spaces values handling issue
Fixed bug in LinearizeFile function
Fixed CMapParser issue
Fixed dotted and solid lines rendering issue
Fixed RenderDocumentToFile crash if no file extension provided in output filename
Fixed AddFreeTextAnnotation clipping issue with large font sizes
Suppress rendering of .notdef glyphs for non-embedded Type1 and TrueType fonts
Fixed printing of dotted lines issue
Fixed Type3 char spacing issue
Fixed OCGs print issue according to printState flag
Delphi XE8 support
Updated function descriptions for AddFreeTextAnnotationEx and AddFreeTextAnnotation
Flate compressed images with masks now extracted as PNG
Added support for File HTML tag
LoadFromCanvasDC method now accepts font StrikeOut parameter
[b] Only for V.I.P
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