GrapeCity Documents for PDF Viewer (GcPdfViewer), our advanced PDF viewer and editor (Professional Viewer), is included with Documents for PDF and now offers 11 new input types—making it even easier to collect and validate essential data, such as date of birth, telephone numbers, and email.
PDF support for HTML5 includes input types that contain various standard properties. This provides developers with the needed control to ensure consistency through format validation, pick lists, and date picking tools.
Implementation is streamlined since these benefits are already a part of the GcPdfViewer API that developers use in applications like PDF, Excel, and Word.
Easy Input Type Implementation
Code Once, View on Multiple Platforms
Customize and Validate
Additional Supported Advanced Input Types and Features
Provide Even More Benefits With Validation and Input Types
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Customize PDF Forms
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View and Fill PDF Forms With HTML5 Input Types
Online forms are complex and collect more data than ever before.
These forms often require user information like date of birth, telephone number, email, URL, and more.
Input types excluded from standard PDF specifications are now supported in GcPdfViewer.
Check out the new editing tools: Annotation Editor, Form Editor, and other awesome features in GrapeCity Documents PDF Viewer; helping you create a full-featured workflow to load, edit, design, review, and save PDF documents and forms in your applications.
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