PSPDFKit GmbH

location_onHeadquarter

Vienna, Austria

peopleEmployees

16 – 50

account_balanceFounded

2011

dvrTech stack

.NET Android iOS

gradeKey values

checkCommunity involvement
checkDiverse team
checkContinuous feedback
checkAwesome co-workers
checkFlat hierarchy
checkFlexible hours
checkOptions for working remotely
checkAmbitious

Work at PSPDFKit GmbH

PSPDFKit is the leading framework for displaying and annotating PDFs in your iOS and Android apps and even on the Web. It supports blazingly fast PDF viewing, adding annotations, and filling out forms. Our battle-tested code is trusted by Box, Dropbox, Evernote, and hundreds of other companies. Benefit from a solid, tested codebase and incorporate all those advanced features into your own application. It'll save you at least one year in comparison with in-house development.

We're an all-bootstrapped company and are a big believer in remote work.

Supporting Pointer Interactions in iPadOS 13.4–Peter Steinberger

With the just-released iPadOS 13.4, Apple added support for trackpad and mouse devices! Watch me code live on supporting pointer interactions into a large project using Xcode 11.4 and Swift. This is a chance for you to learn how the API works, how you can create bezier paths in-code (and what tools are there to help), and how to structure the handler in a way that is easy to read and extensive. We’ll also discuss a few tricks and hacks on how to make the process faster, how to make buttons react to events and official and unofficial ways how to differentiate between finger touches and pointer taps.

How to Reduce Flakiness in Automated UI Testing..

…on Android.
When building an Android application, it is crucial to have a solid set of tests that ensure everything is working as expected and no regressions are introduced when adding new features. There are plenty of resources available that explain general testing best practices, but today we want to look at some strategies to reduce flakiness in Espresso-based Android UI tests. Naturally, these points could apply to other test frameworks too.
So, without further ado, let’s get started with our first tip.
https://pspdfkit.com/blog/2020/reduce-flakiness-automated-ui-testing-android/

PDF Form Filling and Reading in .NET

There are many reasons why businesses of all sizes prefer to use PDFs for document transfers when working across teams and even externally.
Let me give you one hypothetical example to explain why.
Meet Ted. Ted is a developer for your company. He’s an avid FreeBSD user who has never opened a Google account and uses a flip phone from the 90s (and not because it’s cool). He refuses to buy in to the new age, big data model of “your personal information pays for the product.”
https://pspdfkit.com/blog/2020/how-to-fill-out-pdf-forms-dotnet/

PSPDFKit Libraries 1.2 for Java and .NET

Today we’re shipping PSPDFKit Libraries 1.2. This release will make it easier to integrate PSPDFKit Libraries. The PSPDFKit Java Library is now distributed from a Maven repository, and the integration of the PSPDFKit .NET Library is now available in the NuGet central package repository. You’ll also find a few extra little additions and tweaks to further expand upon and simplify the use of the PSPDFKit Libraries products.
https://pspdfkit.com/blog/2020/pspdfkit-libraries-1-2/

PSPDFKit Libraries 1.2 for Java and .NET

Today we’re shipping PSPDFKit Libraries 1.2. This release will make it easier to integrate PSPDFKit Libraries. The PSPDFKit Java Library is now distributed from a Maven repository, and the integration of the PSPDFKit .NET Library is now available in the NuGet central package repository. You’ll also find a few extra little additions and tweaks to further expand upon and simplify the use of the PSPDFKit Libraries products.
https://pspdfkit.com/blog/2020/pspdfkit-libraries-1-2/

PSPDFKit 6.3 for Android

Today we’re releasing PSPDFKit 6.3 for Android, in which we focused on improvements for Kotlin users. In this blog post, we outline the biggest changes of 6.3. For a full list of changes, please refer to our PSPDFKit 6.3 for Android changelog.
https://pspdfkit.com/blog/2020/pspdfkit-android-6-3/

Useful Mac Apps for Remote Workers

PSPDFKit is a remote-first company, which means everyone on the team has the flexibility to choose where they want to work from. And with the exception of a handful of people who work out of our small Vienna office, most of the team is distributed around the world.
We’ve talked extensively about the remote culture of our company on this blog.
https://pspdfkit.com/blog/2020/apps-for-remote-work/

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