GrapeCity.Documents.Imaging 3.0.0.414

GrapeCity Documents for Imaging (GcImaging) is a cross-platform library that allows to create, load, and save raster images.
GcImaging supports several popular image formats including PNG, JPEG, TIFF, BMP and GIF.
It provides powerful text layout, font management and graphics engines that allow to draw high-quality text and graphics on images.
It allows to resize, rotate, and crop images, apply various filters and effects, and convert images between all supported image formats.
GcImaging does not depend on any specific hardware or third-party libraries, and works on all platforms that support .NET Standard 2.0.
HTML content can be rendered using the optional GcHtml library (GrapeCity.Documents.Html).
The online Documents for Imaging sample browser is available at https://www.grapecity.com/documents-api-imaging/demos/

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Install-Package GrapeCity.Documents.Imaging -Version 3.0.0.414
dotnet add package GrapeCity.Documents.Imaging --version 3.0.0.414
<PackageReference Include="GrapeCity.Documents.Imaging" Version="3.0.0.414" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add GrapeCity.Documents.Imaging --version 3.0.0.414
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Release Notes

# Changes from version 2.2.0.317:

## Added
- Added the ability to render HTML content using the new GrapeCity.Documents.Html package. See GcGraphics.DrawHtml() and GcGraphics.MeasureHtml() methods, and GrapeCity.Documents.Html.GcHtmlRenderer class.
- Added GcBitmap.GetContentRect() method. For images with uniformly colored margins surrounding a content, it allows to find the position of the image content without the margins.
- Added new constructors to GcBitmap, GrayscaleBitmap and BilevelBitmap that accept existing pixel data as IntPtr.
- Added the ability to decode images stored in JPEG 2000 format. (DOC-1478)

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GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf
GrapeCity Documents for PDF (GcPdf) is a cross-platform library that allows to create, analyze, and modify PDF documents. Its object model closely follows the Adobe PDF specification, and is designed to provide direct access to features of the PDF format. In addition, Documents for PDF includes a powerful and platform-independent font handling and text layout engine and other high-level features that make PDF document creation easy and convenient. HTML content can be rendered using the optional GcHtml library (https://www.nuget.org/packages/GrapeCity.Documents.Html/). The online Documents for PDF sample browser is available at https://www.grapecity.com/documents-api-pdf/demos/
GrapeCity.Documents.Common.Windows
This is a platform-specific library allowing other GrapeCity.Documents packages to work with optimized system APIs on Windows. It provides support for font linking specified in the Windows registry, and access to native Windows imaging APIs, improving performance and adding some features.
GrapeCity.ActiveReports.Core.Drawing.Gc
ActiveReports rendering with GcDocs implementation
GrapeCity.ActiveReports
GrapeCity ActiveReports is a set of assemblies that enable you to create, render, print, and export reports in a .NET or .NET Core application. This package includes the core engine assemblies required to create and render pixel perfect, WYSIWYG, reports.
GrapeCity.ActiveReports.Document
GrapeCity ActiveReports is a set of assemblies that enable you to create, render, print, and export reports in a .NET or .NET Core application. This package includes the core engine assemblies required to create and render pixel perfect, WYSIWYG, reports.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
3.2.0.548 612 7/20/2020
3.1.0.519 1,246 7/3/2020
3.1.0.518 1,246 6/18/2020
3.1.0.514 706 6/2/2020
3.1.0.513 1,191 5/7/2020
3.1.0.512 1,775 4/22/2020
3.1.0.511 3,054 4/9/2020
3.1.0.508 3,557 3/5/2020
3.0.0.420 2,997 1/13/2020
3.0.0.419 650 1/3/2020
3.0.0.418 1,740 12/8/2019
3.0.0.415 5,069 11/14/2019
3.0.0.414 1,913 10/24/2019
2.2.0.320 3,286 2/4/2020
2.2.0.319 5,518 11/7/2019
2.2.0.318 186 11/6/2019
2.2.0.317 561 10/12/2019
2.2.0.316 2,047 9/20/2019
2.2.0.315 2,393 8/21/2019
2.2.0.314 798 8/5/2019
2.2.0.312 2,202 7/11/2019
2.2.0.310 1,820 6/9/2019
2.1.0.267 1,198 4/24/2019
2.1.0.265 1,298 3/25/2019
2.1.0.263 426 3/12/2019
2.1.0.262 867 3/1/2019
2.1.0.260 1,766 1/25/2019
2.0.0.208 543 12/18/2018
2.0.0.207 3,480 12/5/2018
2.0.0.206 416 11/21/2018
2.0.0.205 498 11/13/2018
2.0.0.201 559 10/24/2018
2.0.0.200 667 9/28/2018
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