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Annotate PDF and Other Documents Online in Drupal Webpages

We’re excited to announce the launch of the GroupDocs Annotation plugin for Drupal. The plugin lets you embed documents into Drupal webpages to review and annotate them through a browser. So, annotate PDF or other files online and enjoy the benefits of collaborative review. GroupDocs Annotation is a web-based application used to share and review documents. Different annotation options allows you to make comments or suggestions in different ways. From strikeouts to ‘point notes’, comments and drawings, GroupDocs Annotation lets …

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GroupDocs Apps v2.5 and v2.7 – Features and Fixes

We’ve implemented a few new features as well as fixed some major and minor bugs lately. Let’s have a detailed look: GroupDocs Annotation Features Implemented Major [training:ANNOTATION – 233] Show Document Name option for embedded Annotation. Minor [training:ANNOTATION-243] A redirect to annotation v2.0 for annotations v1.0 requests. Bugs fixed Critical: [training:ANNOTATION-239] Annotation v.2. An error occurs: “Parameter is not valid. at System.Drawing.Image.FromStream”. [training:ANNOTATION-240] Annotation v.2. Text can’t be selected when using the text annotation tool. [training:ANNOTATION-241] Annotation v.2. When moving …

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GroupDocs Apps v2.4 – Features and Fixes

We’ve implemented a few new features as well as fixed some major and minor bugs lately. Let’s have a detailed look: GroupDocs Annotation Features Implemented Major [ANNOTATION-232] Broadcast of horizontal scroll, broadcast of window size percentage when scaling, and support for master and slaves in real-time mode. Bugs fixed Critical: [ANNOTATION-220] If a user is registered as a reviewer for multiple documents, he will receive all broadcasted operations into each open document. [ANNOTATION-226] Export “Normal” raises an error. [ANNOTATION-230] Downloading …

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Developing Extensions for Google Chrome – GroupDocs Viewer

This article describes how Google Chrome extensions are structured. Also I’ll show you how to create one using the GroupDocs Viewer extension as an example. Google Chrome extensions In contrast to developing extensions for FireFox, writing extensions for Google Chrome is a rather simple task. Chrome extensions are archives that contain the manifest file, called manifest.json and other resource files. The manifest file describes a extension’s general information: any pages and scripts it uses, and permissions. Together with the manifest, …

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GroupDocs April 2013 Newsletter – Integration of GroupDocs Comparison with Multiple Platforms

After successfully integrating GroupDocs Viewer, GroupDocs Annotation, GroupDocs Assembly and GroupDocs Signature with many different platforms, GroupDocs has introduced a Comparison plugin for multiple platforms. Now, you can integrate the functionality of GroupDocs’ efficient document comparison app to your websites using a plugin. This lets you compare documents from within your web applications. In addition to the GroupDocs Comparison integration, we’ve extended the reach of GroupDocs Viewer, Assembly and Signature plugins to more platforms. You can also find more enhancements …

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How to Use RSpec to Test GroupDocs API? – Part 1

In this article, we will review how to use Ruby RSpec for testing REST APIs like GroupDocs. RSpec is a BDD (behavior driven development) framework. You can find more info about RSpec on its official site. There are a lot of different GroupDocs APIs that you can use. In this article we will test one of the User APIs: “Get user profile”. What You Need You need Ruby, Gem, Bundler, and RSpec (gem install rspec) installed on you computer. You …

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GroupDocs Apps v2.3 – Features and Fixes

We’ve implemented a few new features as well as fixed some major and minor bugs lately. Let’s have a detailed look: GroupDocs Annotation Features Implemented Major [ANNOTATION-194] Annotation v.2. The resizing of Typewriter text fields and Watermarks [ANNOTATION-195] Annotation v.2.Text color selection for Typewriter text fields and Watermarks [ANNOTATION-196] Embedded application header customization feature [ANNOTATION-197] Embedded application toolbar customization [ANNOTATION-199] Custom cursors for embedded annotation tools configuration [ANNOTATION-182] Full synchronization of Annotation instances [ANNOTATION-201] Proper error-handling in embedded applications [ANNOTATION-198] …

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Integration of GroupDocs’ Document Management Solutions with Google Cloud Storage

Good news to all! Google Cloud is now integrated with GroupDocs’ document management solutions. With this integration, you can now configure Google Cloud as your default storage provider for GroupDocs. You can set this up from within your GroupDocs account area. Flexibility in storage is vital when looking for a powerful document management solution. Most importantly, GroupDocs gives you power to choose your storage provider, which makes our solution flexible and user friendly. Advantages Advantages of this integration are as …

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Developing FireFox Add-ons with the Add-on Builder and SDK

This article explains the basics of creating an add-on for FireFox using the FireFox Add-on Builder and Add-on SDK. Read more about them on the Mozilla website. As an example, I’ll use the GroupDocs add-on. (You can download the source code from Github.) It’s an advanced extension so I’ll focus on the basics and highlight a couple of interesting aspects communication between scripts. I’ll mainly look at the add-on folders data and lib in the /resources/groupdocsviewer/ folder. Creating an add-on: …

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GroupDocs February, 2013 Newsletter – GroupDocs Introduced Efficient E-Signature Plugins for Multiple Platforms

We continued to integrate GroupDocs with many different platforms last month. Most importantly, we launched new, powerful plugins for our online app for various CMSs. Integrating GroupDocs’ online signature app plugin into your website lets you collect digital signatures by embedding documents as digital forms. In addition, we introduced GroupDocs’ document viewer add-ons for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. We’re planning to introduce more plugins on more platforms in the coming month. Our developers are constantly enhancing the apps at groupdocs.com …

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