Developer Insights

Introducing Foxit’s new JavaScript PDF Viewer

We recently created a new package for our WebPDF technology — a pure JavaScript library called WebPDF.js for viewing PDF files in web browsers — that requires no plug-ins and provides native-like performance. We also allow PDF.js users to migrate... read more
Open Source PDF Libraries and Tools vs PDF SDKs

Open Source PDF Libraries and Tools vs PDF SDKs

If you’re a developer looking to implement PDF functionality in your app, you’re presented with 3 choices: develop your own PDF technology, choose a free open source library or tool, or use a professional PDF SDK.   Only one choice can be easily ruled out:... read more
Foxit WebPDF Viewer 2.1 Released

Foxit WebPDF Viewer 2.1 Released

For our final product release of the year we are excited to announce another update to our high performance PDF rendering SDK for web browsers: Foxit WebPDF Viewer. Foxit WebPDF Viewer is our cross-platform developer solution for quickly displaying, annotating,... read more
Foxit MobilePDF SDK 2.0 Released

Foxit MobilePDF SDK 2.0 Released

Hold on there 2017, we’re not done with 2016 yet! Over the past few months the product group at Foxit has been busily working on the follow up release to the successful version 1.0 launch of Foxit MobilePDF SDK, our mobile PDF SDK for iOS and Android. And as you... read more
Using Foxit MobilePDF SDK with Apache Cordova

Using Foxit MobilePDF SDK with Apache Cordova

Apache Cordova (also known as Adobe PhoneGap) is a mobile application development framework which enables developers to build apps using CSS3, HTML5, and JavaScript. In today’s tutorial I am going to show you how to create a Cordova plug-in that uses Foxit... read more
The Road to Foxit MobilePDF SDK

The Road to Foxit MobilePDF SDK

When the Debenu team joined Foxit earlier this year to form the Foxit SDK business unit it was a great opportunity to reflect on the SDK products available from both companies. It quickly became apparent, from reviewing external and internal feedback, that while Foxit... read more
The Bloody Long Walk – Melbourne 2016

The Bloody Long Walk – Melbourne 2016

On the 23rd of October a team sponsored by Foxit, made up of employees and friends from Melbourne office, participated in The Bloody Long Walk — a 35km charity walk to raise money for the Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation. Mitochondrial disease (mito)... read more