We are almost done with our blog series introduction of the upcoming updates to LEADTOOLS V19 Document and Medical technologies. These updates will include a market-first DICOM Hanging Protocol implementation as well as the fastest Form Recognition and Processing engine in the world! Additionally, the upcoming update includes new features for the HTML5 Zero-footprint Medical Web Viewer, DICOM Storage Server, Recognition Engines, Document Viewer, Document Formats, Linux, and Credit Card Reader.
Today’s post is about the new features coming to the LEADTOOLS imaging SDK for Linux development:
New features in the LEADTOOLS for Linux offering include load and save of EPS, CAL, IMG, JPM, and JPX file formats. Additionally, we are adding an mmap() (i.e., File Mapping in Windows) bitmap data allocation option. This memory allocation option reduces the usage of RAM required when working with large images and makes it possible to allocate more memory than conventional RAM will allow. These new features are available to developers using LEADTOOLS in C or Java.
For more information or to be notified when these new features are available, contact firstname.lastname@example.org As a reminder, this update will be available at no additional cost to all registered LEADTOOLS Version 19 and current maintenance customers. Contact LEAD to see if you are eligible to receive these updates.
Information concerning the other new features and announcements mentioned above will be provides in future posts. Stay tuned for more information!