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    Pieter Claerhout

    Hi,

    we are using the PlugPDF library using Maven / Gradle. We have noticed that it doesn’t follow the same release cycle as the zipped version which can be downloaded from the website.

    On the release notes page, it mentions that the current version for Android is 2.9.22 while the one on Maven is still 2.9.14.

    Can the one on maven get updated to the latest version and can you keep them in sync? Using the maven version is a lot easier to integrate than having to do it manual via the zip files. I’m also wondering why the maven version is not the default distribution method in the first place…

    Kind regards,

    pieter

    CTO, Twixl media
    https://twixlmedia.com

    #11598 Reply

    Dr. Plug
    Moderator

    Hello Pieter

    Sorry for the delay your question.

    We just updated our product using Maven.
    Now, you can use the latest version of PlugPDF SDK via Maven.

    Best regards,

    Dr.Plug
    PlugPDF Support.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by  Dr. Plug.
    #11616 Reply

    Rick Boyer

    >I’m also wondering why the maven version is not the default distribution method in the first place…

    I completely agree! I just went through the tutorial to add the library using the Zip and wondered why PlugPDF wasn’t available through a repository. Can someone post the steps or a link with the dependency information?

    #11620 Reply

    Dr. Plug
    Moderator

    Hello Rick.

    Thank you for your inquiry.
    We’ll update the information on our blog.

    If you have any further assistance, feel free contact to us.

    Best regards,

    Dr.Plug
    PlugPDF Support

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