CSC about iText PDF
We chose the iText library because it was the only solution that allowed easy integration into our open standards architecture, could flatten dynamic forms based on XML data, and offer a high-fidelity solution to wrap structured data around scanned PDF.
Project Manager Public Sector,
Roots Software about iText PDF
With iText we have the peace of mind that we are delivering a solid solution to our client.
LEAPP about iText PDF
iText is a breeze! Using a proven and tested PDF technology helped us to focus on what we do best — building a high quality mobile app.
Hua Koon Tan,
LEAPP Mobile Software
Open Source Solutions Your Enterprise Should Be Using - OpenLogic
Rod Cope, CTO and founder of OpenLogic
In 2007, Rod Cope listed iText as one of the 10 Open Source Solutions Your Enterprise Should Be Using: "This library lets Java developers create PDF files (without shelling out big bucks to Adobe for a PDF writer)."
"Best Kept Secret" - Matt Stephens
Matt Stephens is the author of best-selling books such as "Design Driven Testing: Test Smarter, Not Harder", "Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML: Theory and Practice", "Agile Development with ICONIX Process" and "Extreme Programming Refactored."
Back in 2006, Matt Stephens wrote "The Java world is good for “best-kept secrets”; and iText is one of the best."
iText is the Best Option for Generating PDFs from Java: Googlers Agree!
This discussion happened on our internal Java mailing list.
Dan: "What libraries do people use for generating PDFs from java?"
Tim: "I used iText. It works pretty well."
Fernando: "+1 for iText."
Joseph: "we are using itext..."
Mike: "Calendar uses iText..."
Isaac: "+1 for iText on (Google Spreadsheets)"
Me[Kevin] "Did six Googlers just AGREE on something in a company-wide mailing list thread?? Did that really just happen?? My God, there really is a first time for everything."
Read the full article: Google's internal mail list blog
Tim Bogaert comments on iText
A very nice framework. The only one in the market that delivers such a solution.
Tim Bogaert, De Persgroep
Chris MacKenzie is amazed iText's level of sophistication, reliability and functionality
I have been a big proponent of iText since somewhere around 2005. Over the course of that time, I have contributed code to iText, evangelized its benefits to numerous customers, and even get my daily does of humor when Paulo tells some newbie that 'there is no emergency and do not use caps'. Seriously, I have worked with PDF technologies for a decade, written numerous Acrobat plugins, know the Acrobat API almost by heart, and am always amazed at the level of sophistication, reliability and functionality that the iText project continues to deliver. Kudos to Bruno, Paulo, et al. Thanks.
Chris MacKenzie, Principal at MacKenzie Associates, Inc.
Jorn Bettin praises iText
Jorn Bettin is the author of best-selling books such as "Model-Driven Software Development: Technology, Engineering, Management" and "Management of the Object-Oriented Development Process"
Back in 2006, Jorn Bettin listed iText as "overall best component on the market for its intended purpose" in his presentation "Building Durable Enterprise Architectures; Extending Build versus Buying Decision Frameworks with Open Source Options."