We’re excited to announce the newest version of PSPDFKit for React Native! Version 2 adds the ability to open TIFF images as image documents, overhauls our example projects, and adds several minor fixes and improvements — including support for iOS 15!
Starting with PSPDFKit 2 for React Native, you can open
.tiff files in addition to the already supported
.jpeg image files. All you need to do is add the following:
// PSPDFKit can open PNG, JPEG, and TIFF image files directly. PSPDFKit.present(tiffImagePath, tiffImageConfiguration);
This release also includes a helper method,
setLicenseKeys, which allows users to directly set the license key for both platforms at once instead of manually checking for the platform and setting the license keys. We also updated React Native and all dependencies to the newest version. However, this is just the beginning, and we’ll be working on more improvements — especially the unification of Android and iOS APIs. If you come across anything missing in our React Native library that you think would be useful to have, feel free to contact us.
As always, to see a complete list of changes, check out the PSPDFKit 2 for React Native changelog.
If you’re interested in PSPDFKit for React Native, please contact our Sales team. For a complete list of features, please visit our our product page. We’d love to hear about your use case and discuss how to best implement it.