We take a look at some of the things you should keep in mind when designing an Android library.
We're taking a look at how to embed files using file annotations.
Simplify managing multiple versions of a document with this one weird trick.
With the new Image Document component, image files can be displayed and annotated with PSPDFKit, just like PDF files.
Introducing PSPDFKit 4.6 for Android — featuring annotation & page rotation, non-destructive image documents, system clipboard images, file annotations, custom page content and more.
Line annotations are one of the most frequently used annotation types, and they are ideal for things like drawing attention to important areas of your document, diagramming the process flow, and decoration.
How to create asynchronous stacktraces in Android Studio and IntelliJ.
Debugging in real time with Android Studio.
We share some tips on how to navigate a new code base.
Introducing annotation replies and reviews in PSPDFKit 7.5 for iOS and PSPDFKit 4.5 for Android.
In this article, we have look at using result types to model failable computations in the Djinni IDL.
Kotlin provides the ability to extend any class with new functionality, and we can use this to expand the PSPDFKit API.
Introducing Android support for our native UI component for showing PDFs in a React Native app with PSPDFKit.
How to handle rendering large amounts of bitmaps and maintain a slick UX while doing it.
The best shortcuts for Android Studio. The most famous and the most underrated.
Tips and tricks for using vector-based stamp annotations.
Picking smart defaults with security in mind when playing videos on Android.
Today we're releasing PSPDFKit 3.2 for Android! With a new night mode and scrolling settings, improved search and video annotation support.
Low-level drawing and animation on Android using Canvas and powerful Shader classes.
Improving an app’s User Experience made easy by adding animations powered by Lottie.
Tips and tricks how to write readable, concise, and beautiful code using the Kotlin language and RxJava.
This is a story about fixing a bug, even when all the tools go kaput.
How to enable Android's demo mode using a quick setting tile
State restoration is an important part of the Android framework, but we might encounter problems with it when implementing MVP architecture.
Clang has powerful sanitizers that are incredibly useful, so we collected our experiences using them between iOS, Android and our C++ core to help you through some gotchas.
The purpose of this post is to show you how to combine RxJava features with animations on Android to create a great user interface without a lot of nested code.
PSPDFKit continues its saga on Android with the 2.6 release and a host of new features and improvements! Check out this post to learn about the updated features.
The PSPDFKit Android team has been working hard to bring you the newest release 2.5 of PSPDFKit for Android! Check out this post to learn about the updated features.
With our PSPDFKit 2.4 for Android release we improved accessibility of our framework and also...
We're proud to release PSPDFKit 2.4 for Android, just under a month after the last...
Working with a soft keyboard on Android can be confusing. While implementing free-text annotation editing...
Our newest release of PSPDFKit 2.2 for Android comes with many improvements on annotation editing,...
Having been designed for comparatively slow mobile devices, both iOS and Android expose highly optimized...
Create and edit, Highlight, Underline, StrikeOut, Squiggle, Ink, Note, and FreeText annotations with PSPDFKit 2.0 for Android.
Just when you get used to the improvements we made in the last release, we...
With version 1.3 for Android, we continue to iterate, while also preparing for the big...