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DocuVieware Tutorial for Angular 10

August 27, 2020

Angular 10 became generally available as a production release on June 24, 2020.
The major upgrade to the Google-developed, TypeScript-based framework puts more emphasis on quality, tool, and ecosystem improvements than new features.

DocuVieware Tutorial for Blazor

July 20, 2020

DocuVieware is an HTML5-based viewer and document management toolkit. It is built to work with all modern browsers and devices to handle documents from any source. The DocuVieware UI supports annotations, thumbnails, bookmarks, as well as custom snap-ins that extend functionality. DocuVieware enables you to pan, zoom, rotate, select text, and print documents. And you […]

Creating a Universal Document Viewer App Using WPF on .NET Core

May 14, 2020

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is a popular framework for making .NET applications. In addition to built-in controls, WPF supports the use of other control libraries to access new functionality, such as viewing and modifying several document formats with GdPicture.NET. With this single control, an application can view and edit images, PDFs, and other document types […]

How to Set up and Use DocuVieware with React

May 11, 2020

One of the promises of the modern internet is that we’d be able to freely exchange a multitude of document types, to work on together and share with colleagues. We’re not quite there yet, but getting a lot closer with tools like DocuVieware that let us collaborate with others even if they don’t have the […]

BASTA! 2019 Impressions

October 4, 2019

This September, like in previous years, ORPALIS Imaging Technologies attended the BASTA! .NET conference in Mainz, Germany. After a lovely winery tour in one of Germany’s most famous wine regions, it was time to get to business. These were 4 days packed with conferences, workshops, getting to know the local .NET developer community, enriching discussions […]

Introducing .NET Core 3 in GdPicture.NET and DocuVieware

August 9, 2019

Hi Everyone, As you may know, the .NET framework is going to disappear in the next 2 years, with version 4.8 announced as the last. Since 2016, .NET is being gradually replaced by .NET Core to create cross-platform web and desktop apps (you can learn more about the .NET roadmap here). Meanwhile, as we know […]