We're excited to announce new, expanded capabilities for document services in what we're calling PDF Tools API. This rebranding from Document Cloud Services SDK provides better alignment with the underlying cloud-based API technology and functionality.
In April, we announced an initial set of features to programmatically manipulate documents for HTML to PDF conversion, combining multiple pages from PDF documents, conversion from PDF to MS Office formats, and much more.
Here's what's new
We have released additional services to compress, linearize, and password-protect PDF documents. There are also capabilities to insert, reorder, rotate, replace, and delete pages within documents. With these new web services, you have expanded possibilities to convert manual processes to automate many different types of document workflows. You can easily create a PDF from a dynamic HTML report, set a password to prevent unauthorized opening of the document, and compress it for sharing as an attachment. Linearize a PDF for faster web viewing when end users have a large document to read.
Get Started in Minutes
We've streamlined the onboarding process to avoid any friction to ramp up with our technologies. Development teams can get up and running in only a few minutes using our SDKs for popular languages such as .Net, Node.js, and Java and ready to run examples for all the available services. Quickly obtain a credential, download the custom sample files, and run them!
The PDF Tools API has a generous free trial that allows anyone to take advantage of these services today without any commitments. Each trial will include up to 1,000 free PDF transactions. If you have previously signed up for a free trial, you will see that your trial has been reset to zero to experience all of the capabilities of the PDF Tools API.
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