It is that time of the month again where we release new versions of our server based PDF Conversion products. Today’s release of the Muhimbi PDF API and Server Platform adds native support for the much requested Watermarking functionality as well as the ability to add custom converters using a new plug-in architecture.
A quick introduction for those not familiar with the product: The Muhimbi PDF Converter API and Server Platform is a server based SDK that allows software developers to convert typical Office files to PDF format using a robust, scalable but friendly Web Services interface from Java and .NET based solutions. It supports a large number of file types including MS-Office and ODF file formats and is used by some of the largest organisations in the world for mission critical document conversions. A separate SharePoint specific version is available as well.
For details about the new functionality as well as a breaking change see the following posts:
- Adding custom Converters to Muhimbi’s range of PDF Conversion products
- Using the awesome new watermarking features of the Muhimbi PDF Converter API and Server Platform
- Using the PDF Watermarking features from Java based environments
- Breaking changes in the PDF Converter 3.5 Web Services interface
New Web Services classes related to watermarking. Click to enlarge
The main changes in version 3.5 are as follows:
865New – Add support for watermarks, headers & footers using the Web Services interface.837New – Add support for custom converters using a plug-in architecture.878Improved – Allow server side Exception details to be (optionally) passed to WS Clients .883Improved – Include watermarking in the Java based sample code.874Improved – Include watermarking in the .NET based sample code.876Improved – Update documentation with details about watermarking and custom converters.
For more information check out the following resources:
- Product Page.
- Release Notes.
- Administration Guide.
- User & Developer Guide.
- Discussion Forum.
- All PDF Converter Services related Blog postings.
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