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Java library to renderer and display pdf documents

The PDF Renderer is just what the name implies: an open source, all Java library which renders PDF documents to the screen using Java2D. Typically this means drawing into a Swing panel, but it could also draw to other Graphics2D implementations. We hope you will come up with cool things to do with it that we never thought of.

PDF is one of the core file formats of the Internet, so it is very important for Java programmers to be able to both read and write PDFs. Great open source libraries like iText have long handled the writing half, but until now there has not been a good way to read PDFs using open source Java libraries. It could be used to draw on top of PDFs, share them over a network, convert PDFs to PNG images, or maybe even project PDFs into a 3D scene.

Note, the PDFRenderer does not generate PDF documents, instead it views them. To generate PDFs you should try iText or one of many other great Java libraries.

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
_service 57 Bytes Download File
pdfrenderer.changes 355 Bytes Download File
pdfrenderer.spec 2.44 KB Download File

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