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PDFjet for Java - By Example


Using Point, Line and Box objects


Using Path object to draw polylines and bezier curves


Using the Image class


Chinese, Japanese and Korean support using Unicode


Using Point object to draw circles. Changing text direction and kerning


Extended Latin, Cyrillic and Greek support using code pages


Embedding Unicode fonts


Using the Table class for reports creation


Using the Chart class to create scatter plot with trendline


Using TextColumn, Paragraph and TextLine classes


Using the BarCode class to draw Code39 and Code128 barcodes


Using the BarCode2D class to draw PDF417 barcode

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What our clients are saying:

"I tried to use three other open source PDF libraries, but their source code is not well documented and so "object-oriented" it's proven nearly impossible to read and modify. In contrast I found the PDFjet source code very simple, clean, logical and easy to understand. The fact that it came with very liberal open source license is a huge bonus. The commercial version is very reasonably priced and there are NO ROYALTIES. I wish I had discovered this excellent product earlier."

Gary D. Amundson

Android Developer


On the Web:

"I took a look at what was on offer, open source, closed source and commercial. I went for a lib called PDFJet. This is a fairly mature Java pdf library that has been ported over to .Net. It's fairly cheap and whilst it lacks a lot of in depth examples, there are quite a few available on their website. The support is really good too - if you have a question, the guys are able to provide feedback very quickly. It is very well featured, but I am basically using it to generate tables from datatables. I have been using it in earnest for about a week now, so I will try and post some examples of how it can be used here. There are two ways of creating a table with PDFJet, you can use a delimited text file holding the data you need or you can build a table programatically. Doing it in the code is tricky ... however, I am very impressed with this library and the things it can do."

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