Printing, saving, text search, forms, digital signatures, and annotations are some of the many features available - the PDF Viewer can be tailored to include just the features you need, and is a cost-effective solution for those needing the features of Adobe Acrobat on a Java platform. The PDF Viewer is distributed in the same package as our PDF Library, so it's always up-to-date.
- Swing component for displaying PDF documents
- Customizable feature set includes printing, saving, search/selection, forms, bookmarks, reorderable thumbnails, annotations and more
- Highlight and Redact text and images.
- Full support for PDFs up to and including Acrobat 11
- Applet size under 1MB
- Localized in English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese and Chinese
Essentially a cut-down version of our full PDF Library, the Java PDF Viewer is a more cost-effective solution for those who don't require API access to the main library.
The trial version is fully functional (it adds a "DEMO" stamp to each page it creates), which allows you as much time as you need to ensure that it meets your requirements. We offer free ad-hoc support during development so if you have any technical queries please do drop us an email.
You will need Java 1.5 or later installed and running on your system. The PDF library uses no native code, requires no other packages to be installed and will run easily from EJBs, Servlets or JSPs on Windows, UNIX or any other system running Java 1.5 or later
All you need to know
Big Faceless PDF Viewer
- 15.1MB (.zip), 13.8MB (.tar.gz)
- From USD$400
What's it for?
View, Redact, Highlight, Save, Search & Print PDFs
This example demonstrates the PDF Viewer in action: