If you ever had to run your .NET Core applications on Linux you may have noticed that one of the main problems is the lack of System.Drawing assembly in standard .NET Core package. Even though Microsoft recommends to use System.Drawing.Common, that is not the ultimate solution. You have to run ‘sudo’ on each user machine to have libgdiplus library installed. And even after that, your rendering results will be slightly different from those you have on Windows machines. In order to cope with this issue, this article covers how to use the System.Drawing in Linux without libgdiplus library.
In my previous article, I have given you an overview of our .NET Graphics API – Aspose.Drawing for .NET. Along with that, we have seen how to create images from scratch or draw graphics on existing images using C#. In this article, we’ll go one step ahead and learn how to create 2D drawings by drawing various graphical objects within the .NET applications such as ASP.NET web application, Windows application, and etc. The following are the vector graphics that we… Continue Reading
You would have come across various drawing applications (i.e. MS Paint) that allow you to draw graphics and generate images. However, what if you want to create your own drawing utility or integrate drawing features within your web or desktop application? For such scenarios, Aspose offers its .NET Graphics API as Aspose.Drawing for .NET which is a lightweight solution for creating images and drawings identical to GDI+. Without any dependencies of the native code and libraries, Aspose.Drawing for .NET lets… Continue Reading