Monthly Archives: February 2021
We see or create a lot of images for visual information. Sometimes you need to add or draw text on an image in such a manner that nobody else can modify that text. Image watermark is one of the most common examples. Likewise, labeling or reviewing images may also require drawing text.
In various scenarios, the images are compressed to reduce their file size. For this, different online or offline applications allow you to apply image compression. However, in certain cases, you may need to implement the image compression feature from within your web or desktop applications. For such cases, this article covers how to compress images including PNG, JPEG, and TIFF programmatically using Java.
MS Word is a popular format for storing and sharing information. There might be scenarios where you want to split a Word document into multiple files. For example, a document may contain different sections that need to be shared with different people or contain some confidential information that needs to be separated. In such cases, splitting the Word document proves to be helpful. In this article, you will learn how to split MS Word documents using C++.
Digital information always has threats to be forged, tampered or misused by unauthorized users. Therefore, various security measures are taken to protect the information. In accordance with that, this article targets the protection of MS PowerPoint PPTX/PPT presentations programmatically. Particularly, you will learn how to protect PowerPoint files using passwords or digital signatures in Java.
OFX, Open Financial Exchange, files are popularly used for exchanging financial information. It is used in client-server as well as Cloud-based systems. So the request-response model is implemented for exchanging financial information. Financial service providers like banks, data aggregators, etc. often use OFX for creating, analyzing, or aggregating financial data. Likewise, they utilize it for managing financial data exchange in their products and services.
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is the most commonly used email protocol that deals with sending email messages from client applications to the email server. In various cases, the email clients are implemented within .NET applications in order to send emails via SMTP. For such scenarios, this article covers how to connect to an SMTP server programmatically using C#. Furthermore, the code samples demonstrate how to send an email via SMTP client after connection establishment.
MS Word is a powerful tool that allows you to customize and format your professional documents with a fantastic set of features. You may find yourself in situations where you want to merge multiple Word documents, such as combining all the receipts in a single file or combining the different software requirement documents for easier management. Furthermore, combining the files simplifies the process of sharing them. In this article, you will learn how to merge multiple MS Word documents using C++.
SVG images are popularly used over the web, especially where scalability and quality of images are important. You can inspect, extract, or navigate SVG image elements programmatically with C#.
In the previous post, you have seen how to generate and read different types of barcodes using C#. However, in certain cases, you have to deal with non-English characters. For example, when you work with Arabic, Latin, Greek, or similar languages. In such cases, you may need to encode the characters into Unicode standards i.e. UTF-8. In accordance with that, this article covers how to generate and recognize barcodes using UTF-8 encoding in C#.
In various cases, you may need to find and replace a particular piece of text in the PDF document. However, finding and updating each occurrence manually may cost you extra time and effort. For such cases, the find and replace option makes your life easier. In this article, you will learn how to automate the feature of finding and replacing text in PDF documents using Java.