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C# Image SDK Programming - Introduction
RasterEdge DocImage SDK for .NET is a fully-functional suite of advanced & mature document imaging toolkits. Delivered as .NET components, those robust and thread-safe document imaging controls allow C# developers to create, redact, view, capture, edit and process both document and image files. This programming guide for C# Image SDK from RasterEdge will offer brief instructions for you on how to program C# code for starting .NET document imaging applications.
Here we offer you a brief feature list of this C#.NET image programming SDK.
- Professional document image processing SDK with reasonable licensing
- Consist of several independent and mature document image manipulating libraries
- Support advanced image and document editing in Visual C# programming way
- Compatible with all .NET image developing applications
In order to help you have a comprehensive grasp of RasterEdge C#.NET image programming SDK, we divide this online guide page for C#.NET imaging programming SDK into following three parts.
- .NET assembly list of RasterEdge Visual C# .NET image programming SDK
- Overview of four major .NET imaging functions included in image programming SDK
- C#.NET image programming SDK FAQs
For VB.NET imaging programming guide, please see VB.NET Imaging - Image SDK Programming Guide
C# Image SDK Programming - .NET Assemblies
The RasterEdge DocImage SDK for .NET contains several advanced and mature libraries. Each of those libraries is written in managed C# code and can be used as an independent assembly along with .NET Imaging SDK core dll in .NET-compliant class applications, like ASP.NET web site and Windows applications. Following is a complete list of all the assemblies included in the C# Image Programming SDK.
C# Image SDK Programming - Getting Started
Here we provide links to four major C# imaging functions (image processing, image annotation, image conversion and image drawing), which will guide you how to program C# codes for document image file processing, annotation, conversion, and drawing using this C#.NET Imaging SDK.
C# Image Processing
C# Image Converting
RasterEdge Visual C# .NET processor toolkit supports multiple image processing functions, including C#.NET image resizing, image cropping, image rotating, image scaling, image flipping, thumbnail creating and watermark drawing.
Fllow this link and you will find detailed online guidance on C#.NET imaging conversion between image and byte array, between image and stream, between Word and image, between PDF document and image file, etc.
C# Image Annotation
C# Image Drawing
This C#.NET imaging annotation SDK supports most commonly-used annotating methods for C#.NET class applications, like callout, ellipse, freehand, hotspot, line, polygon, rectangle, rubberstamp and text annotations.
This C#.NET image drawing add-on from RasterEdge .NET image programming SDK is used to help C# developers draw text and graphics on document image file in .NET developing platforms, like web-based application and WinForms project.
C#.NET Image Programming SDK FAQs
Q: I downloaded C#.NET image programming SDK but it did not work in my C#.NET class application.
A: There are often two reasons that cause the failure of RasterEdge image programming SDK. One is that your C#.NET developing environment does not meet the installation requirements of RasterEdge image programming SDK
(Visual Studio 2005 or above and .NET Framework 2.0 or greater).
The other is the evaluation license key issue. Before you use any programming add-ons from RasterEdge DocImage SDK for .NET, please make sure that you have activated the evaluation license key
(which can only be activated twice within one computer and each evaluation license key can be valid within 30 days) and that you have placed activated license key at the bin folder of your C#.NET project, usually together with integrated RasterEdge image programming dlls.
If your issue is beyond above mentioned situations, please feel free to contact our technical team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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