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 .
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.
Convert Word (DOC, DOCX) to Byte Array
Aspose.Words API provides the simplest way to convert a Microsoft Word DOC or DOCX document to a byte array in C# and Java.
The conversion of a Word document to a byte array is helpful when storing documents in the database and/ or then retrieving them from the database.
Aspose.Words API provides the functionality to manipulate Microsoft Word files without using Microsoft Word. If you do not have Aspose.Words API installed, please follow the instructions given on installation page for .
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 look.
Aspose Supports Jonathan Giles
Jonathan Giles is a software engineer hailing from Palmerston North in New Zealand. Jonathan runs his own blog documenting various Java technologies and sharing the latest news. Jonathan is the tech lead at Oracle in the JavaFX UI controls team, and is also a Java evangelist so you may have seen him active in the Java community and at events.
Aspose loves getting behind developers in the community which is why we are sponsoring Jonathan’s website.
Aspose sponsors the 24 hour Virtual JUG
vJUG24 is a 24 hour non stop virtual Java conference that is streamed online for anyone to attend. The conference will be split into three 8-hour windows covering the Americas, APAC and EMEA and will include regional speakers and regional JUGs participating in every session. The event already has over 1000 RSVPs and normally gains an extra 2000-3000 in views in the days after the event.
Aspose loves getting behind user groups which is why we are are proud to be a part of the 24 hour virtual conference!
Aspose Sponsors JCConf in Taiwan
JCConf Taiwan (Java Community Conference Taiwan) is organized by the TWJUG (Taiwan Java User Group) community for discussion of the Java programming language and related technologies. Their target audience are programmers and project managers that are interested in Java.
JCConf Taiwan 2015 was a big success and this will be the first time they host a two days conference and are expecting more than 450 attendees, 29 sessions, 6 quickies (15 minutes talk) and 2-3 hour workshops.
Introducing NDC Sydney
We look forward to doing our bit to encourage idea exchange and innovation. Below is a quick reminder about an upcoming event in Sydney that recommend our readers to check out.
We are very excited about the first NDC Conference to be held Down Under. NDC Sydney will hold nothing back when compared to its counterparts in Oslo and London. The agenda features 7 tracks and more than 100 speakers.
Jython Code Examples to Generate and Recognize Barcodes
Aspose.BarCode for Java is a robust and reliable Java API to read and recognize 1D and 2D barcodes from any image within Java applications. It is available for Java SE, Java EE, and Java ME platforms. Aspose.BarCode for Java supports the most established barcode standards and barcode specifications. It has the ability to export to multiple image formats including BMP, EMF, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and WMF. With Aspose.BarCode for Java, developers have full control over every aspect of the barcode image including: background color, bar color, image quality, rotation angle, x-dimension, captions, customer-defined resolution, and more.
Export Content into a Word Processing Document Using dotCMS Plugin
“Export to Word Plugin” for dotCMS allows users to export online content into Word Processing documents using Aspose.Words for Java. It dynamically exports the content of the Web page to a Word Processing document and then automatically downloads the file to the disk location selected by the user in just a couple of seconds. The generated Word processing document can then be opened using any Word Processing Application such as Microsoft Word or Apache OpenOffice etc.