Ik loop de laatste dagen nogal nors rond. Sommigen vinden dat terecht, anderen vinden dat onterecht. Er zijn inderdaad een aantal evoluties die helemaal de goede richting uitgaan. Laat me beginnen met wat het leven zoet maakt:
I remember endless discussions about using
<div> instead of
<table> in HTML. At some point, I decided not to waste any more energy on this matter and to continued to work with
<td> tags. Then suddenly I received this question by mail:
As a matter of curiosity, can I ask why a lot of the formatting that is supported is focused on
tableelements instead of the more widely used elements such as
In spite of my promise to myself not to discuss this anymore, I answered with the major argument against
<div> as a replacement for
I couldn't believe my eyes when I read the following question on Stackoverflow.
Source code of iTextSharp
I am creating a tool to convert webpage data to PDF.
How do I convert the html code to pdf without using iTextSharp or any external refrences?? I am not allowed to add any other reference libraryreferences?
Can anybody provide itextsharp code?
This question is stupid for many reasons.
After a long train ride, we arrived in Munich, and our sales guy immediately started building the booth:
Afterwards, there was a reception and a whisky-tasting opportunity:
We didn't drink much whisky though. We mostly drank water and a little bit of wine.
The white paper on digital signatures can be downloaded from itextpdf.com but isn't 'counted' by Google Analytics. The URL is actually a redirect, and the redirect stores the date and time of the download, as well as referer information (if available). In October, the white paper has been downloaded 840 times!