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iTextG

An open source PDF library for Android/GAE

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iTextG is an Android/GAE port of iText, an open source Java library for PDF generation and manipulation. It can be used to create PDF documents from scratch, to convert XML to PDF (using the extra XML Worker jar), to fill out interactive PDF forms, to stamp new content on existing PDF documents, to split and merge existing PDF documents, and much more.

Several iText engineers are actively supporting the project on StackOverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/itext

IMPORTANT NOTICE: AS OF 2016-03-14, ITEXTG WILL BE PART OF THE MAIN ITEXT PROJECT. DOWNLOADS AND SOURCE CODE WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE ON GITHUB: http://github.com/itext

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Java

Registered

2013-07-26

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