RasterMaster v20.5 is now available. As previously indicated in our 20.4 notice a few weeks ago, we planned to release 20.5 later in the fall with support for JRE 8. Fortunately, we were able to get this out sooner than expected. More details below. What’s new? JRE 8 Support: Af
VirtualViewer v5.5 is now available. This release includes JRE 8 support, the introduction of a RESTful Content Handler, and additional OCR capabilities. Also, an important security flaw in iText/Bouncy Castle is addressed and resolved in this release. See below for more information.
RasterMaster v20.4 is now available. This release includes enhanced file format support, additional OCR capabilities, and improved security. What’s new? Upgrade iText from 7.0.x to 7.1.x for PDF/XFA, HTML file format supportNew 7.1x iText addressed a security vulnerability withi
Snowbound is pleased to announce that VirtualViewer v5.3 for Java is now available. This release introduces new accessibility enhancements to meet Federal guidelines, as well as customer requests to improve the viewing experience for some of their users. Additionally, improved .
VirtualViewer v5.1 for Java is now available. This release improves fault tolerance for high volume users and introduces important accessibility features, such as speech synthesis and compatibility with screen readers. What’s new? Speech Synthesis & New Accessibility Enhance
VirtualViewer v5.0 for Java is now available. This major release features significant speed and performance enhancements for processing large documents, as well as a new user interface with an intuitive design. What’s new? Speed Enhancements VirtualViewer HTML5 v5.0 significantl
The latest release of RasterMaster for Java, v20.0, is now available. This release includes major performance enhancements and bug fixes, including a new document model that enhances speed and performance by significantly reducing processing and load time for large documents. What’s n
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