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Creating a simple PDF viewer for OS X using FMX and the Core Graphics API

Delphi Haven – Having needed to use OS X’s ‘high level’ PDF support to create print-quality PDFs (no prizes for guessing what this was for exactly), I wondered what the PDF APIs were like at the developer level. Soon finding a simple PDF viewer example in the Apple documentation, I thought I’d knock up a FireMonkey port of it – this is the result. To give a bit of background, the PDF API on OS X is part of the ‘Core Graphics’ layer. Similar to Core Foundation (which it uses), this is a straight C API that nevertheless works in terms of reference counted ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 2012-07-12 22:35

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