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Vitrium has recently announced the release of its Application Programming Interface (API) for its popular document security solution, Protectedpdf. The new API will allow developers to integrate their software and workflows with Vitrium’s DRM and document encryption software.
Adobe has announced that new e-sign capabilities and APIs will soon be added to the Adobe Document Cloud platform. Adobe has also announced a partnership with Dropbox.
Using AlchemyAPI and Python scripts, this tutorial walks followers through downloading large numbers of PDFs and using entity extraction to determine the most popular topics.
Accusoft adds barcode API, OCR API, conversion API and the Viewer Wizard to Accusoft Cloud Services giving developers more functionality for their digital imaging solutions.
Postman continues to turn heads with its innovative API development platform. Built out of frustration with poorly maintained API docs, Postman markets through empathy.
This W3C working draft provides detailed information on clipboard APIs and events and how they can be adapted to provide advanced functionalities.
An examination of why Markdown is a good choice for API documentation. Along with a look at various Markdown flavors is an overview of popular tools for working with Markdown.
Kapeli's Dash API documentation tool is powerful and near essential, whether you are an Android developer or Web developer/designer.
SaaS CRM giant Salesforce.com says its new enterprise file-sharing solution lets workers browse, search for and share files no matter where they're stored.
OpenFDA is setting new standards for the development process and documentation of APIs
Code for America Accelerator startup SeamlessDocs consumes APIs to help customers integrate their document workflow processes, but uses proprietary tech to convert PDFs to XML.
API Changelog provides up-to-the-minute tracking of APIs to ensure that any upgrades or changes to endpoints are alerted to API developer-consumers.
SimpleECM announced the release of an industry first widget-based SDK that allows developers to integrate document capture functionality into their mobile apps.