A solution to secured invoices and digital signatures in PDF documents.
You have sent out some contracts in PDF to your clients and would like to be able to track real time who has already signed the document, and with whom it is now.
You've paid a digital invoice of your supplier, and afterwards it seemed to be fake - you were a victim of invoicing fraud.
These issues and many more can now be solved by Blockchain. This eBook focuses on how you can use Blockchain in combination with PDFs to write applications.
iText 7 is here! Our jump-start tutorial is an essential reading companion that allows you to jump right in and appreciate iText 7's innovations, improved logic and more far-reaching power.
It covers iText 7's basic building blocks, how to add low-level content, using renderers and handlers, making PDFs interactive and creating PDF/A and PDF/UA documents, among other topics.
Learn all you need to know about digital signatures, for making the right technology decisions and implementing a future-proof PDF solution.
Get a complete overview of PDF features, industry standards and technology options with regards to digital signature, as well as in-depth best practices, real-life examples and code samples for PDF development.
Please note that some information in this book may be obsolete with the May 2016 release of iText 7.
Did you know that there's a standard for invoices?
The ZUGFeRD specification makes processing invoices much easier by combining standards from the EDI world (e.g. Cross Industry Invoice or CII) with the PDF/A-3 standard.
This book explains how to create ZUGFeRD- compliant invoices step by step.
This book bundles hundreds of questions about iText posted by developers on Stack Overflow.
The answers are organized in categories which allows you to get a fair idea of the functionality available in iText.
PDF Syntax essentials. This book is a vademecum for other iText books such as the iText 7: Jump-Start Tutorial and iText 7: Building Blocks.