jPDFWeb is a Java library to convert PDF documents to SVG / HTML5.
jPDFWeb is a Java library to convert PDF documents to SVG / HTML5. The library can save to the local file system or to an output stream to be able to serve the document directly to a client browser when working within a J2EE server.
jPDFWeb is built on top of Qoppa’s proprietary PDF technology so you do not have to install any third party software or drivers. Since it is written in Java, it allows your application to remain platform independent and run on Windows, Linux, Unix (Solaris, HP UX, IBM AIX), Mac OS X and any other platform that supports the Java run-time environment.
* Convert PDF Documents to HTML5 / SVG
* Convert Microsoft Word & Excel Documents to HTML5 (when combined with jOfficeConvert)
* Convert Text
* Output searchable text
* Preserve fonts in original PDF
* Convert Images
* Preserve image resolution in original PDF
* Color images are converted to JPEG
* Black and white images or with transparency are converted to PNG
* Convert Vector Graphics
* Convert Annotations, Links and Form Field Data
* Convert Digital Signature Validation Status
* Export Page Thumbnails
* Support for CJK fonts
* Support for latest PDF format
* Save to file system or to Java output streams
* Works on Windows, Linux, Unix and Mac OS X (100% Java)
* Tested on JDK 1.6.37 and above
jPDFWeb currently scores 80/100 in the Library Systems category. This is based on press buzz (47/100), and other relevant information on jPDFWeb gathered from around the web.
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Yes it does. The software offers a user guide, a knowledge base site, video tutorial, and real life customer support.
To convert PDF documents to SVG / HTML5.
Since it is written in Java, it allows your application to remain platform independent and run on Windows, Linux, Unix (Solaris, HP UX, IBM AIX), Mac OS X and any other platform that supports the Java run-time environment.
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