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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 […]

À vos agendas : PDF Day France, Toulouse, 4 avril 2019

January 11, 2019

Le PDF Day France est le premier événement en français de la PDF Association, organisé par la société ORPALIS, éditeur des SDK GdPicture.NET et DocuVieware. Il aura lieu à Toulouse, patrie d’Airbus, que nous sommes très heureux d’accueillir pour cette journée, et qui nous présentera une étude de cas sur l’utilisation du format PDF dans […]

Meet Us at BASTA! on September 25-27 in Mainz, Germany

September 21, 2018

Hi Everyone, We will be attending the BASTA! conference in Mainz, Germany, on September 25-26-27. We will be happy to show you what the 3,000+ features of GdPicture.NET Document Imaging SDK and DocuVieware HTML5 Viewer and Document Management Kit can do for your imaging projects. Do not hesitate to stop by our booth and say […]

Pack and Optimize Fonts in PDF Documents with GdPicture.NET

September 5, 2018

Hi Everyone, Speaking about PDF format, one of its robust features is to accurately display your document regardless of software, hardware, or the operating system. Therefore fonts used to render the document content become an essential part of the document structure. And because the size matters, let’s try to reduce the file size by packing […]

New in Formats: DXF Support

July 26, 2018

View DXF files with GdPicture.NET and DocuVieware SDK Our developers are currently working on implementing new formats (among many other things), and with the release of the DXF format with version 14.0.60, we wanted to let you know a bit more about this vector format. What is DXF? AutoCAD DXF (Drawing Interchange Format, or Drawing […]

Reduce Documents and Images without Losing Quality with MRC Compression

July 20, 2018

Advanced MRC compression with GdPicture.NET Document Imaging SDK Many of you are already familiar with MRC compression. Our SDK provides this feature since version 11, along with Automatic Color Detection in a dedicated plugin. Recently, we have implemented our latest research on compression, and the result is a dramatic improvement of the engine regarding speed, […]

PDF Accessibility with PDF/UA Generation

June 26, 2018

Create tagged PDFs using GdPicture.NET Document Imaging SDK Hi everyone, You agree that accessibility is crucial when your business requires to share comprehensible documents among various people, no matter what their ability to access the materials is. It does not only concern people with disabilities using assistive technologies like screen readers. Nowadays it also covers […]

The Future of GdPicture.NET Document Imaging SDK is Here

June 22, 2018

Speeding up the pace: a new development model for faster results Hi everyone, GdPicture.NET keeps evolving 15 years after its creation in 2003 to adapt to current best practices. Today, we are happy to introduce our new development model and its consequences on the various products (licenses and maintenance) we offer. Continuous Integration and Delivery […]

PDF Days Europe 2018

May 18, 2018

 Hi everyone, Like last year, we have had again a great opportunity to be a part of the PDF world on 14-16 May 2018 in Berlin, Germany. The main PDF event of the year is organized by the PDF Association – PDF Days Europe 2018. The keynote of this conference was 25 years of […]

14 Quick Facts about GdPicture.NET

November 2, 2017

GdPicture.NET is now a mature document imaging, image processing, and document management SDK. It started as a COM/ActiveX toolkit with a limited range of features, and since its first release, functionalities have been added on a weekly basis. But do you remember when our SDK has been launched for the first time? Or what makes […]