GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 1.8.0

Type: Shareware
Cost: $2499
Size: 104.17 MB
Release date: Jan 06 2015
Platform: WinOther,Win98,Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows Phone 7,Windows Phone 8,Windows RT,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinMobile,Unix,Linux,Linux Console,Linux Gnome,Linux GPL,Linux Open Source,Mac Other,Mac OS X,,Other
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Country: Australia

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java


A flexible Java library for HTML5-based annotation of 50+ types of documents and images. Supported file formats include: PDF and Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint slides, Visio, CAD, raster images and other common document types.

Key features include:


1. Platform independent. GroupDocs.Annotation for Java works across all popular platforms, including iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac and PC. All a user needs to annotate a document is an HTML5-compliant browser.

2. High fidelity true-text rendering. The library renders documents as text files, so that users can search for, select and copy text right from documents displayed within your app or website.

3. A wide set of annotation tools:
– Sticky notes with rich text
– Point annotations (allows adding notes to any point in the document)
– Area annotations (allows commenting on an area marked up with a rectangle)
– Text annotations (allows striking through/underlining and commenting on text)
– Text replacement (allows editing text)
– Text/area redaction (allows blacking out text/area)
– Polyline (allows drawing freehand lines)
– Arrows
– Watermarks
– Undo/redo

4. A customizable UI. GroupDocs.Annotation for Java has a convenient web UI, designed to make it easy to annotate large documents in a browser. It allows end users to:
– Turn document pages with the click of a button
– Jump straight to a selected page
– Preview pages with thumbnails
– Quickly navigate between annotations
– Print and export annotated documents to PDF
– Collaborate on documents in real time.

5. Support for native PDF annotations. Annotations made in GroupDocs can be converted to/from native PDF annotations for further editing.

Finally, GroupDocs.Annotation for Java can be easily integrated into any project, as it doesn’t require any client-side installation at all. To test the library without any restrictions, please feel free to contact GroupDocs sales for a 30-day fully-functional trial.