PostScript is both an input and an output format for Visual Integrity software. Developed in 1982 by John Warnock and Charles Geschke at Adobe, it is still at the heart of virtually all of today’s printed pages and publishing applications. PostScript is a computer language that describes how text and graphics are combined on a page.
Medavie Blue Cross – PostScript to ASCII
Friday, 16 March 2012
Medavie Blue Cross provides health, travel, life and income replacement, administers various provincial and federal government-sponsored health programs and, manages ambulance services in the Atlantic provinces of Canada. Whitehill Technologies implemented the PDF FLY Batch Server at Medavie Blue Cross to move ASCII data from high-volume PostScript database output into its XML-based business intelligence platform.
- Published in ASCII Text, PostScript, testimonial
Reuters – PostScript to SVG
Friday, 24 February 2012
Pumpling Vector Graphics to the Web. Prior to its acquisition by Odessey, the Reuters Portfolio Management System (RPMS) used the FLY SDK on Solaris and Windows. This integration enabled real-time delivery of multi-page Oracle reports (PostScript) to the client’s Web browser as scalable vector graphics (SVG) with very little programming effort. Just two calls were
- Published in PostScript, SVG, testimonial