Posts tagged "PDF"

August 7, 2012

New version of Adobe PDF Test Toolkit Released to Labs

 

The Adobe PDF Test Toolkit enables enterprise customers to automate the testing of the Acrobat family of products, particularly when used with Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform (ADEP) software (formerly Adobe LiveCycle) and SAP.

A new version of the Adobe PDF Test Toolkit has been released.

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October 22, 2010

Adobe Acrobat Portfolio SDK now on Labs

Acrobat Portfolio SDK provides new developer tools for the Adobe Flash® Builder™ and Adobe Flash Professional environments. Using these tools, developers and designers can now leverage their existing ActionScript and Flex skills to create customized PDF Portfolio layouts (navigators) for use in Adobe Acrobat X. Now the Flash community can target their client deliverables to the PDF ecosystem and Adobe Reader platform.

Acrobat Portfolio SDK extends the Adobe Flex® 4.1 SDK and provides tools for the Flash Builder 4 environment.

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July 2, 2010

New Adobe LiveCycle Portal Page Added to Labs

Adobe® LiveCycle® ES is a platform of tools and services used to automate PDF document based workflows and engage your customers outside the firewall with Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). LiveCycle ES lets you graphically build applications that combine Adobe’s world class PDF capabilities with your own services and infrastructure using SOA methodology. LiveCycle also provides a rich library of services used to integrate these applications with your existing enterprise systems.

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LiveCycle Workbench ES2 Add-ons Now Available for Download on Labs

Adobe® LiveCycle® Workbench ES2 Add-ons provides new tools and enhancements for LiveCycle Workbench ES2. The set of plugins update an existing installation with new features to improve developer productivity building LiveCycle ES2 applications.

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May 14, 2010

Adobe® eSignatures™ Launched to Labs

Adobe® eSignatures™ is a new online service that allows you to electronically sign contracts, NDAs – any PDF document that requires a signature. Electronic signatures allow you to get your documents signed faster. There is no need to find a fax machine or to pay for expensive express mail. Simply login to Adobe eSignatures, and start signing documents electronically.

Documents that are signed using eSignatures are certified by Adobe to ensure that no one has modified them. You will see a blue ribbon in the Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat Professional which indicates that the document has not been modified.

eSignatures is now available for free in Beta.

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April 22, 2010

Adobe PDF Test Toolkit Refresh Available on Labs

Adobe PDF Test Toolkit (APTT) enables enterprise customers to automate the testing of the Acrobat family of products, particularly when used with LiveCycle and SAP.

A new version of the Adobe PDF Test Toolkit has been released.

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October 26, 2009

Adobe PDF Test Toolkit Launched to Public

Adobe PDF Test Toolkit (APTT) enables enterprise customers to automate the testing of the Acrobat family of products, particularly when used with LiveCycle and SAP. The initial focus is to enable LiveCycle and SAP users to leverage HP’s Quick Test Pro automation capabilities to automate the testing of form workflows with Acrobat and Reader running as standalone applications or within a browser.

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December 9, 2008

Adobe PDF iFilter – 64-bit Support Now Shipping

Adobe PDF iFilter 9, with 64-bit support, is now available for download on Adobe.com. As a result, the PDF iFilter 8 – 64-bit technology is no longer hosted on Adobe Labs.

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September 15, 2008

Mars Project Update Released on Labs

The Mars Project, an XML-friendly representation for PDF documents called PDFXML, has been updated for the latest versions of Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat. The PDFXML plugins for Reader 9 and Acrobat 9 are now available to download.

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