LEADTOOLS includes shared objects and Java libraries to image-enable Linux applications. Programmers can leverage LEADTOOLS' state-of-the-art imaging features—image formats, compression, image processing, OCR, barcode, DICOM, and more—to add powerful imaging and imaging-related features with the utmost in quality and speed to Linux applications.
Overview of LEADTOOLS Technology for Linux
- Host the LEADTOOLS Document Viewer on a Linux server using Java services
- Document Converter converts SVG files to other document formats such as PDF, PDF/A, DOCX, RTF, and TXT
- Document Writers create PDF, PDF/A, DOCX, RTF, TEXT, and ALTOXML from SVG input. Other technologies within LEADTOOLS that create SVG, such as OCR, can leverage the Document Writers.
- OCR to convert images to searchable text and other output formats such as PDF, DOCX, SVG, and ALTOXML
- Detect and decode barcodes such as UPC, EAN, Code 128, QR Code, Data Matrix, and PDF417
- Load, save, and convert raster, vector, and document formats, including JPEG, JPEG 2000, PNG, TIFF, SVG, PDF, PDF/A and JBIG2
- Compress and decompress images with more than 10 compression and decompression algorithms, including:
- More than 200 image processing functions to enhance, correct, and manipulate images
- Read, write, and edit DICOM data sets
- Use DICOM Communication to create PACS for Linux
- SANE frontend to acquire images from SANE backends
- C and Java libraries for x86 and x64 processors in Linux servers, desktops, and mobile devices