Archive: November 2016
Using ICEpdf with JavaFX
Any developer in the Swing/AWT space has surely taken notice of JavaFX at some point over the last nine years. I was lucky enough to be at JavaOne in May of 2007 and saw the keynote where JavaFX was first announced. The presenter was dragging applications out the browser onto the desktop. The audience was shown all these little CSS file snippets and introduced to a newfangled scripting language ... read more
ICEpdf: Working with Digital Signatures
ICEpdf 6.1.0 introduced support for validating a document’s digital signatures. Validation of a signature is, however, not always as simple as it might seem on the surface, since the very idea of what “validation” means can vary by use case.
A digital signature’s first job is to ensure that a d ... read more
ICEpdf 5.0 Roadmap
We are making good progress with the upcoming ICEpdf 5.0 release. Here is a quick overview of the near-term ICEpdf 5 release roadmap.
Here are some of the new features you can expect to see with each ... read more
Easy Augmented Reality with ICEmobile
If science fiction is any indicator, future computer user interfaces will include “augmented reality”, where the user’s view is enhanced by application data. Augmented Reality applications are now very easy to develop with ICEmobile using the new <mobi:augmentedReality> component and the ICEmobile client.