We are happy to announce the release of a new version of Docotic.Pdf Library.
The version 2.2 adds support for Forms Data Format files (FDF files). Now you can use Docotic.Pdf Library to import a form data from an FDF file or export data from your form into an FDF file for farther processing. Also, the PDF library now creates better looking PDF forms because we fixed some bugs in code related to form creation.
Another improvement we are proud of is speed. We made some optimizations and now the library performs up to 40 percent faster.
Read about other improvements in Docotic.Pdf 2.2 in Version History document.
As always, we encourage you to download and try the new version.
Please write us about your findings with Docotic.Pdf using e-mail or via the support form. Don’t hesitate to write us your questions or ask for help.
We in Bit Miracle believe in knowledge and expertise sharing. So, I am pleased to announce that we have published a new article on Codeproject site.
The “Creating documentation for a .NET component with Sandcastle Help File Builder” article is about creating documentation within your code. The article also shows how to write additional topics and compile the help file using Sandcastle Help File Builder.
Good documentation is an important part of a successful product. Creating full and comprehensive description of functions and capabilities of a software product or component takes time and patience. In the article mentioned above I described some practical aspects of creating documentation for .NET components.
Please read “Creating documentation for a .NET component with Sandcastle Help File Builder” on Codeproject site. I hope that you will find some useful tips in the article.
Last year we released free and open source LibTiff.Net library. The library is a port of original libtiff library and we thought that you may be interested to know how we have ported the code from C to C#.
So, we have published “Adapting old code to new realities” article on Codeproject site. The article describes a useful technics for transforming old-style C/C++ code to fully managed C# code. These methods were used for porting classic libjpeg and libtiff libraries to .NET Framework.
Please read “Adapting old code to new realities” on Codeproject site. We hope that you will find the article interesting.
My name is Sergius Bobrovsky and I welcome you at “Bit Miracle News”.
This is the first of many posts about Bit Miracle’s products and interesting facts that we want to share with you.
Next post will be about LibJpeg.NET, our first product that will soon get released.