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PDF Evolution and Compatibility: A Personal Anecdote

PDF Evolution and Compatibility: A Personal Anecdote

Adobe senior principal scientist Jim King recently posted an item on his blog introducing a paper he authored titled "On the Evolution of PDF." In that document, King discusses how Adobe Systems has worked to maintain the compatibility of their Portable Document Format (PDF) while continuing to enhance its capabilities. King describes three types compatibility … Continue reading PDF Evolution and Compatibility: A Personal Anecdote

Flash and PDF in Acrobat 9 (and Clarifying the Wall Street Journal)

Flash and PDF in Acrobat 9 (and Clarifying the Wall Street Journal)

Adobe Systems yesterday announced Acrobat 9 and the beta of the company's Acrobat.com hosted document services. Adobe's Ryan Stewart has good coverage on his ZDNet Universal Desktop column and his Digital Backcountry blog. ReadWriteWeb does its usual excellent job of covering the details. You'd do much better reading these blog posts than the venerable Wall … Continue reading Flash and PDF in Acrobat 9 (and Clarifying the Wall Street Journal)