||Not available at the user interface level.||Supported|
||Digital Signatures are not supported but a new Scribble Signature field is added for paper like signatures. One can scribble their signature on the form using the Scribble Signature field. The signature is saved on the form as an image. You can save geolocation information in the Scribble Signature field.||Signature field available for Digital Signatures.|
|Images||The Data URI scheme is used to display images. All the modern versions of browsers support this scheme but there are differences in the range of image formats that each browser supports.
||The .gif, .png, .jpeg, .bmp, and .tiff formats are supported.|
||Form is divided into panels and boxes to give it a feel of pages. The size of a page is calculated dynamically. If all the contents of a page are removed, then the page is deleted and the form does not leave blank space between pages.||Pagination in PDF depends on data content merged or user content and page count is increased/reduced based on it.|
|Custom Widgets||One can customize widgets to enhance the user experience on mobile devices.
||All widgets are locked down and no custom widget can be plugged.
|XFA Script API||Supports the most commonly used XFA script constructs. For details list of supported constructs, see scripting support.||Supports all XFA script constructs.|
|Acrobat Script APIs||Mobile Forms support most commonly used APIs. For details, see scripting support.||If the PDF file is opened inside Acrobat or Reader, it also supports all the script APIs that Acrobat provides.|
|Support for right-to-left languages||Supported||Supported|
Follow the best practices to enable a form template for HTML5 renditions and ensure that the behavior and appearance of Mobile Forms and XFA-based PDF is consistent. For detailed list of best practices, see best practices to design a Mobile form.