I do not see link to the document there - only actual SDKs.
You can find the documents in the SDK.
What do you think the SDK is? It is what developers need to develop with Acrobat. What they need is information, since Acrobat provides all the tools. So the SDK is 80% documentation, with a few samples.
I'm afraid that is not currently true.
The Acrobat DC SDK does not contain the API docs anymore, at least not the mac version.
It contains a link to the online docs at:
But those are broken as well.
I suggest downloading an older version of the SDK to see if they have the dos in them still.
The link is not broken.
No, the link is not broken, the docs are broken - try clicking on AS Layer or one of the topic and you will get errors.
Try using the index or other features, same thing.
It's sad but true many of the links at the online SDK reference are broken. I have an older version I've been using for a while so I haven't looked at the new stuff.
I will escalate this to the concerned team & update you as soon as they respond. It might take some time, please excuse the delay.
Don - thank you very much.
I found html version in SDK version 11 (Acrobat11_0_HTMLHelp.zip). DC does not have it.
Also - I opened case with Adobe about broken http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/devnet/acrobat/downloads/Acrobat_DC_SDK_Documentation. zip link
The JS and IAC are online.
and the C++ API for plug-ins is HTML, but it's inside the SDK zip.
I am sorry for the delayed response, on the DC SDK hub page, all the SDK links of Acrobat are working fine now, please check and let us know if you experience any issue.
The Acrobat SDK documentation link can be downloaded from here: