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Pdf4Eclipse is a pdf viewer plugin for Eclipse. One of its notable features is a complete integration of SyncTeX, which allows forward an...
This plugin is a wizard named "Aspose Project Wizard" which creates a new Eclipse project by downloading and referencing libraries of A...
The NightLabs PDF Viewer is an Eclipse plug-in for viewing PDF files in Eclipse-RCP-based applications.
PDF Merger. It merges multiple PDF files into one PDF file. This solution is a bit old. New version is coming soon. Keep an eye out for t...
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View PDF, DOCX and image (JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, JBIG2, and JPEG2000) files included in your projects without leaving the Eclipse IDE....
This is new Plugin for Eclipse IDE by Aspose. The Plugin intended for developers using Maven platform for Java developments ...
This plugin is a wizard named "Aspose Maven Project Wizard" which creates a new Eclipse maven based project by...
Application Development Frameworks, Rich Client Applications, Business Intelligence, Reporting and Charting, Tools
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