Collaborating with PDF

PDFTron was pleased to present at the PDF Association‘s recently held PDFDay conference in Washington, DC and New York City. James Borthwick, a member of our development team, presented a talk on Collaborating with PDF: Where we are today, and what’s next. It is now available online:

The talk addresses the following topics on collaborating with PDF:

  • What is PDF Collaboration?
  • How do we collaborate today (hint: this hasn’t changed in 15 years)
  • How can we radically improve PDF collaboration?

It then concludes with an audience Q & A.

Some previous blog posts related to this topic include A PDF Viewer in an HTML5 app and Document Collaboration with PDFNet.

We also presented a brief outline some of the capabilities of PDFTron’s software, which you can see here in just over 3 minutes.

We cover the following, with details of course available on our website.

  • PDF/A Validation and Conversoin
  • Mobile & Desktop viewing, editing and annotating
  • Web: viewing, annotating and collaborating
  • Conversion to and from ePub, HTML, XPS, SVG, etc.
  • Redaction
  • Optimization
  • Forms
  • Digital Signatures

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