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A classification is basically an approach in which text is systematically identified and then organized. Taxonomy defines the practice and science of such classification, including the principles that underlie such classification. When you are dealing with a bunch of text data (or documents), it becomes hard to find a topic of your need until and unless this data is classified or organized. Hence, you have to classify text in order to fetch data/information quickly.
GroupDocs.Classification for .NET
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You can convert an image file (e.g. JPEG, JPG, PNG) to PSD format and redesign it as per your requirements using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET. All you have to do is to integrate this DLL in your web, desktop or console application.
- Pass source document path as a constructor parameter to the instance of Converter class
- Instantiate ImageConvertOptions
- Specify resultant image format using Format property of ImageConvertOptions class
- Declare SavePageStream delegate, which should proved a stream where each document page
Document Automation (or document assembly) is widely used by organizations for their reporting services and GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET and Java APIs provide a complete package of features required to build reports dynamically. Keeping the modern trends in mind and to meet the emerging requirements of our customers, we keep introducing the new features. Recently, we have released the v19.11 of our document automation API with quite a useful set of features. So in this article, I’ll give you an … Continue Reading
Another month, another release! GroupDocs.Watermark for .NET 19.11 has been released with 4 improvements and 1 bug fix. So in this article, I’ll give you a brief overview of each improvement and fix we have included in the latest release.
First of all, let’s begin with the improvements and then see what has been fixed in v19.11.
Adding Watermark to Password Protected Documents
GroupDocs.Watermark already supports adding watermark to the password protected documents. However, we have improved and simplified the … Continue Reading
There are two main steps to perform or implement full-text search.
- Search process
Before we leap into the details, let’s get an overview of this technique. Full-text search is basically a more advanced way to search a text/query over a collection of documents in a computer. This approach quickly finds all instances of a term and it works by using text indexes.
One of the examples of full-text search implementation is in Word processors and text editors. It helps … Continue Reading
The online document viewers have become popular after the grown usage of digital documents, especially in the content management systems. The reason behind this popularity is you can view a variety of document formats without purchasing or installing dedicated software programs. Considering the importance of document viewers, I thought to write an article on how to create a universal document viewer in ASP.NET MVC.
With the release of version 19.10 of our electronic signature API – GroupDocs.Signature for .NET, we have introduced the features of searching text signatures and image signatures in the supported document formats. Not only this, the API now supports .NET Standard 2.0 which makes it compatible with any .NET implementation that targets .NET Standard specifications. So let’s have a brief overview of what is new, improved or fixed in the latest release.
Searching Text or Image Signatures
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Hello everyone! We have released v19.10 of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET and I have a piece of breaking news especially for those who requested the support of .NET Core. The latest release of the API includes 6 new features, 2 improvements, and 11 bug fixes. So let’s have a look at some major updates we have brought for you.
Support of .NET Standard 2.0
Watermarking is a famous way of adding labels to the documents that may indicate the state of the document such as draft, confidential, etc. It can be used to add a company’s logo behind the text of the document to avoid the ownership dispute. In some cases, people add watermarks to the documents to protect the content. But, are you sure that the content is protected and no one can remove those watermarks? There is no guarantee because various third-party … Continue Reading