We’re happy to announce the release of PSPDFKit 2.12 for Windows. This update provides our users with the ability to use our SDK with Visual Studio 2022 and Windows 11, as well as the just-released .NET 7. This Windows release also brings new additions to the SDK, such as color picker customization, improved performance, Hebrew localization, RSA-PSS digital signature support, and more.
Color Picker Customization
With each previous release, we added new customization APIs to give you more options for tailoring the UI — and this release is no different.
We exposed an endpoint that enables you to change predefined color presets and allows users to add custom colors to the palette via the UI. These changes let you replace built-in colors completely or add custom colors on the fly.
Document Operations Performance Improvements
The performance of several document operations — like adding and removing pages — has been dramatically improved in this release to make it much smoother and faster: These operations will no longer look like a complete document reload; rather, they’ll be applied to the document in the background while the document view applies the changes in a smooth, fluid way.
Our Windows SDK comes with many built-in languages, and in this release, we added support for the Hebrew language. Hebrew is a language written from right-to-left, which the PSPDFKit UI has already supported for many years. For more information on supported languages and localization customizations, refer to our localization guide.
Support for RSA-PSS Digital Signatures
We improved our validation algorithm for digital signatures, which generates more detailed logging for signature verification errors during the development of custom signing implementations. We also added support for RSA-PSS signatures. Validating a digital signature is a critical process that determines if a document was altered in some way after it was digitally signed. For more information on this, please refer to our digital signature validation guide.
Multipage TIFF Support, and More
With this release, our Windows library now has the ability to convert multipage TIFF files to multipage PDFs.
A number of important small improvements and fixes have also made their way into this release. You can find a complete list of changes in the PSPDFKit 2.12 for Windows changelog.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in any of our features. We’d love to hear about your use case and discuss how to best implement it.