“Toolkit sets the industry standard for server-based PDF manipulation – but that doesn’t mean we slow down!”
LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif. (PRWEB)
December 07, 2017
ActivePDF, a global leader in award-winning PDF automation software, recently announced a major enhancement release of the company’s flagship product Toolkit and the addition of Toolkit Expansion Pack.
The latest release of Toolkit includes new optional parameters and advanced enhancements including Append Mode, Bookmarks, Media Box boundaries, and Page-Label support. For more information, read the Toolkit Release Notes.
Tim Sullivan, CEO and Chief Architect at ActivePDF says, “With hundreds of methods and properties, Toolkit sets the industry standard for server-based PDF manipulation – but that doesn’t mean we slow down! We continually listen to our users and seek to solve their pain points. The result of this is Toolkit – the most adaptable PDF solution on the market.”
Along with Toolkit, ActivePDF also released Toolkit Expansion Pack, a set of server-based components that work together to flatten, extract, print both text and image files.
“We built Toolkit Expansion Pack to give Toolkit users the ability to do even more within their workflow applications,” adds Sullivan. “Bringing together three robust components in one package under the Toolkit brand, delivers a more complete solution.”
Toolkit Expansion Pack features the following components and functions:
Rasterizer – Convert PDF files into single or multiple flattened images, such as JPEG, TIFF, multi-page TIFF, PNG and other pixel-based files. Customize images by adding annotations upon output, set gamma corrections, color inversions, and more. Rasterizer also sets dots-per-inch (DPI) of rendered pages, allowing resolution control for higher quality printing.
- Xtractor – A versatile server-based solution that captures and extracts text and images from PDF files accurately and securely. Extracted text and images can then be used to automate document workflow, enhance usability, add to a database and archive.
- Spooler – Programmatically print PDF files to a specified printer with configurable settings. Spooler provides flexibility when printing PDF files through N-Up printing which shrinks PDF files and prints…