August 2016

Updated software: PDF To HTML SDK, PDF Multitool, PDF Viewer SDK, PDF SDK, PDF Renderer SDK, PDF Extractor SDK
ByteScout updated software on August 19, 2016: ByteScout PDF To HTML SDK ByteScout PDF Multitool ByteScout PDF Viewer SDK ByteScout PDF SDK ByteScout PDF Renderer SDK ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK What's new: ByteScout PDF To HTML SDK improved text extraction improved performance fixed PDF parsing issues fixed JBIG images decoding other minor improvements and bug fixes ByteScout PDF Multitool updated OCR engine to the latest version fixed PDF parsing issues fixed fonts [...]
ByteScout updated Spreadsheet SDK 2.70.1553 on August 15, 2016. What's new: added support for SHA512-based encryption fixed calculation of functions INDIRECT, COLUMN and ROW other minor improvements and bug fixes.
Updated Software: ByteScout Barcode Generator SDK, Barcode Reader SDK, Barcode Reader Freeware, Barcode Generator freeware
  ByteScout updated ByteScout Barcode Generator SDK ByteScout Barcode Generator freeware ByteScout Barcode Reader SDK ByteScout Barcode Reader Freeware on August 15, 2016. Whats's new: Barcode Generator SDK fixed ProduceMonochromeImages property. It now affects all barcode generation routines and creates real monochrome images compatible with professional color separation software improved PDF files handling minor improvements and bug fixes. Barcode Generator freeware minor improvements and bug fixes Barcode Reader SDK [...]
Introduction Modal windows in Bootstrap are nothing but simple dialogue boxes that are used for displaying important information to the visitors. Modal windows typically contain special offers, login box, session timeout warnings etc. Modal windows are also used to get input from the user. For instance, modal windows can contain sign up forms, purchase order or feedback forms for customers. Before, bootstrap based Modals were developed by conjunction of complex HTML and Javascript/JQuery code. However, with [...]
JavaScript vs CoffeeScript vs TypeScript
JavaScript  JavaScript is  a dynamic, advanced level interpreted programming language. It is one of the three core technologies of World Wide Web alongside HTML and CSS. The majority of websites employ it and it is supported by all modern Web browsers. JavaScript is prototype-based with first-class functions, making it a multi-purpose tool, supporting functional and object-oriented programming styles. It includes an API for working with arrays, expressions and texts, but does not have any I/O support, like storage, media, networking and graphics facilities. For these it has to rely on [...]