With our first feature release of the year, PSPDFKit for Web 2019.1, we’re bringing you support for cloudy borders, advanced annotation permission APIs, new examples like watermarks and drag and drop, and more. Please refer to our Server and Web changelogs for a complete list of features and bug fixes.
To upgrade your application, make sure to check out our 2019.1 Migration Guide.
With this release, we’re bringing full support for cloudy borders to polygon, rectangle, and ellipse annotations. Your users can change the border style via our annotation toolbars and use our annotation APIs to enable cloudy borders for supported annotation types.
We’ve added new APIs to modify write access to specific annotations, and using our new annotation permission APIs, it’s now possible to make some annotation types read-only or define read-only support for individual annotations.
We worked on new example integrations in our Catalog. The drag-and-drop example shows how to build a custom sidebar where predefined annotation options can be added to the page via drag and drop. You can even drop images from your desktop directly into the browser. It also demonstrates the new APIs we added with this release, such as the ability to customize sidebar placement.
Another new example shows how to register a page render callback for drawing watermarks on your PDFs.
You can see all these integrations live on our public examples Catalog.
Along with all the new features, this release also includes numerous bug fixes and minor improvements. For a complete list of changes, see the PSPDFKit for Web 2019.1 and PSPDFKit Server 2019.1 changelogs.