Control Meta-Data and Build a Custom UI with the New GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Library Version 1.7.0
GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a lightweight library that allows end users to annotate PDF and Microsoft Office documents, raster images, AutoCAD drawings and 50+ types of files without the need to install the software that the documents or images were created in. A convenient web UI allows users to view, annotate, redact, comment on and share documents from any web-enabled device. Recently we’ve released a new GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library – version 1.
Save Annotations in a DB and Set User Avatars in the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Library
Today, I’d like to present several great enhancements that we’ve implemented in the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library version 1.6.0:
User AvatarsRemote collaboration in groups is much more engaging and productive when we can see each other (or at least put a face to each other). In this release we’ve implemented functionality that allows users to use personal avatars when annotating documents in a group. The avatar functionality can be easily configured through the library’s API.
Managing User Access Rights and Specifying Fonts in the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Library
GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a lightweight document annotation Java library that allows the placing of markup and comments in Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, images and over 50 other file types. It provides end users with a rich set of markup tools and can be used on any web-enabled device without the need to install third-party software. Thanks to its cross-platform compatibility and convenient UI, GroupDocs.Annotation is an ideal solution if you need to add document annotation functionality to your Java application.
Support for Native Word & PDF Annotations in GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Version 1.5+
GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a flexible library built to extend document collaboration to the web. It allows end users to review, annotate and comment on over 50 types of documents. The library supports Microsoft Office and OpenDocument formats, PDFs, images, AutoCAD drawings and others. A rich set of tools allows users to draw lines, place watermarks and pointers, redact and comment text, strike through and underline it. And thanks to its cross-browser compatibility, the library lets users to annotate documents literally from any web-enabled device using just a browser and without having to install any third party software or plugins.
Customizing GroupDocs.Annotation for Java UI to Match Your Needs
Hi everyone! Continuing the series of articles related to GroupDocs.Annotation, this time I’d like to show you how to customize the look and feel of the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java UI. GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a flexible library that allows end-users to annotate, mark up and comment on documents of more than 50 common formats from within you own app. For more information on the library, please see this page. The article provides detailed instructions that will help you make a custom user interface based on the GroupDocs.
Bring GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Functionality into Your PHP Application
Greetings to everyone! And special greetings to the PHP community, since this time we are going to bring GroupDocs.Annotation for Java to your world. The GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library is a rich online collaboration tool for reviewing and annotating documents on the web. With high fidelity document rendering, it provides end-users with a comprehensive set of commenting and markup tools. Designed to work in the web and implemented in the HTML5-compliant borders, GroupDocs.
Using Shared Storage with the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Library in Windows and Linux Environments
Hello! Today I’d like to show you how to store and open files from a shared folder within your network using the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library. For those of you who are not familiar with the library yet, it’s basically a web-based document viewer that comes with a comprehensive set of annotation tools. The library allows end users to comment on and mark up almost 50 types of documents from within your Java app.
GroupDocs.Annotation for Java - Integrating with a Java Web Project
Greetings everyone! As you may already know, we’ve recently released the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library. It is basically an HTML5-based document viewer that comes with a comprehensive set of tools for marking up and commenting on documents of almost 50 file formats. The library provides end users with the ability to view, annotate and collaborate on documents in real time. Today we’d like to present you with a quick guide on how to set up a basic Java web application with the document annotation capability.
GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Library - Annotate PDF, Office and Image Files within Your Java Apps
We are pleased to inform developers, especially those of you who prefer the Linux platform, about the release of the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library. It is an HTML5 standard compliant library that allows you to display PDF, Microsoft Office and image files and comes with a comprehensive set of document commenting and markup tools. The viewer can work two ways: by rasterizing documents or by converting them to a combination of SVG, HTML and CSS.