About Nick Villalobos

Technical Marketing Engineer

Here are my most recent posts

History of LEAD’s Cloud Services: Developer Q&A

Following the release of our exciting new Web APIs for LEADTOOLS Cloud Services, I thought we’d take a moment and dive into how these services came about. For this post, I went straight to the lead developer of LEADTOOLS Cloud … Continue reading

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Recapping Microsoft Build 2019

What better way to spend your week than at the Microsoft Build Conference in Seattle, Washington? As exhibitors again this year, members of the LEADTOOLS team had the pleasure to be surrounded by many enthusiastic people in the industry. We … Continue reading

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Want to Win an XboxOneX? Accompany LEADTOOLS at Microsoft Build 2019!

Think you have what it takes to win an XboxOneX, Microsoft Surface Go, or a $250 Amazon Gift Card? LEAD will be exhibiting Microsoft Build for the third year in a row and we’d like to see you there. If … Continue reading

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LEAD Adds Exciting New Web APIs to LEADTOOLS Cloud Services

We’ve released an update to LEADTOOLS Cloud Services that adds four new Web APIs, as well as stability, speed, and accuracy improvements. The new APIs are Document and Image Merging, AAMVA ID Recognition, Redaction, and Business Card Recognition. The new … Continue reading

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LEADVIEW API: The Fresh and Easy-to-use Document Viewer

Whether you are a current user of LEADTOOLS or if you have never developed with our SDK before, you can easily configure LEADVIEW API, the newest high-level HTML5/JavaScript Document Viewer from LEADTOOLS. LEADVIEW API is built utilizing React and is … Continue reading

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Extract Barcode Data from an Image Taken Using the LEADTOOLS Xamarin Camera Control

LEADTOOLS latest release included the introduction of the Xamarin Camera Control. This control eliminates the need to write native iOS or Android camera code. Developers can now engineer the camera control into their Xamarin.Forms application with one line of code. … Continue reading

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