Tag Archives: .NET

Load and Save JPEG 2000 and DjVu with Optimized Memory in C# and Java

Memory optimization is an important factor to be considered when performing any computation or processing on digital data. Different optimization strategies are applied to minimize memory utilization as well as processing delay. This is the reason we have implemented the feature of memory optimization for loading and creating the JPEG 2000 (JP2) and DjVu images in Aspose.Imaging for .NET and Java 19.12. Memory Optimization for JPEG 2000 Images Aspose.Imaging for .NET and Java APIs support working with JPEG 2000 images.… Continue Reading
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Key Updates and Bug Fixes in Aspose.3D for .NET and Java 19.12

Hello everyone! Its time to talk about the latest version of Aspose.3D we have recently released. Aspose.3D product family offers .NET and Java 3D modeling APIs to view, read, convert and alter the 3D files without requiring any modeling software. Since there could be a variety of files as well as contents they contain, some of the files may behave unexpectedly and produce the bugs. We have addressed such issues in v19.12 of Aspose.3D for .NET and Java APIs. Also,… Continue Reading
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Sponsoring Conferences and Events: Microsoft Ignite Australia

Sydney, Australia – Aspose supports a number of local user groups and events in the US, Europe, and Asia. We are keen to get behind developer-centric events and seminars.+2 Microsoft Ignite Australia is an exciting developer conference following on from TechEd that we will be sponsoring this year and that we would like to share with you. We encourage you to take a look: Microsoft Ignite Australia (#MSAUIGNITE) is Australia’s largest tech conference. Microsoft Ignite 2017 is expected to draw an audience of… Continue Reading
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Sponsoring Conferences: Microsoft Ignite China

    Microsoft Ignite China is China’s largest tech conference. It gathers thousands of important CEO, CIO, CT and IT technology experts from home and abroad to learn and to network. Attendees come from Microsoft Traditional Technology Conferences held in the past, which include TechEd, Microsoft Management Summit and Microsoft Products Launch The event includes: Curated three days packed with hand-picked sessions to address specific knowledge gaps around some of the biggest opportunities and challenges at work. Additionally, learn how… Continue Reading
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Sponsoring Conferences: Microsoft Ignite New Zealand

Sydney, Australia – Aspose supports a number of local user groups and events in the US, Europe and Asia. We are keen to support interaction and innovation and sponsoring such events is one way in which we can do this. Microsoft Ignite New Zealand is an exciting developer conference following on from TechEd that we will be sponsoring this year that we would like to share with you. We encourage you to take a look:   Microsoft Ignite NZ (@msignitenz) … Continue Reading
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Aspose Supports the Auckland .NET User group

The Auckland .NET user group is a bi-monthly meetup of around 60-100 different members each month. Topics discussed included e topics include any part of the .NET framework, web technology or Windows apps. Aspose loves getting behind developers in the community which is why we are sponsoring the Auckland .NET user group. Aspose will be supplying the food and drinks for this event. We recommend if you are in in the neighbourhood to go check them out. What’s in Store?… Continue Reading
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Aspose Supports the Queensland ALM User group

The Queensland ALM Users Group (QALMUG) is a non-profit association of people in Australia who are interested in Application Lifecycle Management, Microsoft Visual Studio and its associated products, technologies and practices. They aim to gather once a month and will usually have a top notch speaker which may include international speakers, INETA speakers, or even local talent, of which there is an incredible amount. They have a chance to socialize over a free breakfast and drinks provided by our sponsors… Continue Reading
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Sponsoring User Groups and Conferences: Introducing APIDays NZ

Sydney, Australia – Aspose supports a number of local user groups and events in the US, Europe and Asia. We are keen to support interaction and innovation and sponsoring such events is one way in which we can do this. We look forward to doing our bit to encourage idea exchange and innovation. Below is a new conference that we will be sponsoring this year that we would like to share with you and we encourage you to take a… Continue Reading
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Aspose sponsors Microsoft MVP and blogger Kim Do-Kyun

The Phrygia Lab (dokyun.pe.kr) is run by popular Microsoft MVP and blogger Kim Do-Kyun. Kim writes about software and programming tools and helps the Korean developer community stay up to date.  Kim is active in the .NET community and often holds talks at various user groups and events. Aspose loves getting behind developers in the community which is why we are sponsoring Kim and his website. We recommend you go take a look at the latest he has to offer. Press Contact Web: www.aspose.com… Continue Reading
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Aspose Sponsors Popular Blogger Erik Dietrich

  Daedtech.com is home to Erik Dietrich who is a popular developer, writer and pretty much everything else in between! Erik has written a lot of software over the years, having walked the standard advancement track for a software developer from “Software Engineer” on up to “CIO.”  After that, he went into business for himself full time, remaining in and around the business of software development.  Erik has written a lot of different kinds of software across a lot of… Continue Reading
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