FOXIT PDF SDK 6.2
Foxit PDF SDK 6.2 introduces major improvements to our API, regardless of which platform you may be working in.
PDF SDK 6.3新功能和改进
Voice, image and audio annotations
Now Foxit PDF SDK for iOS and Android allows you to record and embed multimedia annotation files (audio, voice and video) into your PDFs. This new feature comes with a very intuitive UX and excellent performance, to provide a consistent experience both in the office as well as in mobile devices everywhere.
AUDIO FILE annotations
ALSO IN PDF SDK 6.2
Objective-C API (Mac)
After already supporting it in iOS, we now support development in Objective-C for OSX. As a cross-platform SDK, we proud ourselves on providing the best experience on any platform you are working. In this case 6.2 provides a seamless OSX development experience for developers who are already familiar with our Windows C++ API.
Extended RMS Support (Version 2.1)
Foxit PDF SDK has been and continues to be the most secure PDF SDK in the market. 6.2 improves our support of Microsoft’s AD RMS (Active Directory Right Management Service) technology. Foxit PDF SDK can now view, encrypt and decrypt AD RMS 2.1 protected documents and your documents will be safer under the extended security features provided by the Microsoft upgrade such as AES_256 encryption, OAuth2 token-based authentication, extended platform support and larger (1GB+) protected file (pfile) sizes.
XFA Form Support (iOS and Android)
Filling and editing XFA Forms was already possible in our iOS and Android SDKs through our main API, but now we have made XFA functionality available in our own UIExtensions native mobile component. This change makes it easier to customize and configure your XFA form functionality in your environment. You can now effortless provide the form’s specific capabilities like reflow in your PDF mobile application using Foxit PDF SDK for Android/iOS 6.2. Better for you, your developers and your customers.
UI Enhancements: form fields, layers and documentation
Along with our main features, we have made several small adjustments to the SDK.
- Created new event handlers for form field tapping
- Enhanced layer support with the ability to move layers between different parent/child layer nodes
- Improved specific class documentation