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Jan 12, 2015 Miscellaneous
Comparing to iOS, one of my favorite Android features is that Android supports USB peripherals. It’s fairly convenient to connect USB devices to Android smartphones via OTG cables. Therefore, no matter whether your Android phones, which probably only have 16G built-in storage, have SD card slot or not, it’s still...
Jan 05, 2015 Miscellaneous
Previously, I shared an article Making an Android OCR Application with Tesseract. This time, I’d like to share how to build the tesseract OCR library with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 on Windows. Building Tesseract I’ve tried different ways to set up the building environment, and finally concluded that the most...
Dec 21, 2014 Miscellaneous
Tesseract is a well-known open source OCR engine that released under the Apache License 2.0. In this tutorial, I’d like to share how to build the OCR library for Android, as well as how to implement a simple Android OCR application with it. Ads Powered by Dynamsoft Tesseract Android Tools...
Dec 14, 2014 Miscellaneous
When writing code in IDEs (Visual Studio, Eclipse, Netbeans, Aptana, etc.), developers need to find useful APIs and relevant documentations quickly. The assist function (e.g. IntelliSense) is usually triggered by the shortcut keys Ctrl + space. See the screenshots of Microsoft Visual Studio and Netbeans. All smart IDEs could automatically...
Dec 07, 2014 Document Scanning
Last week, I introduced how to create a Web application for document imaging and uploading with Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK and Node.js. In this tutorial, I’d like to share a more convenient way to implement such a solution in Go. You can just copy the client-relevant resources and page files...
Nov 30, 2014 Document Scanning
In this tutorial, I’d like to share how to implement a simple Web application for document imaging and uploading with Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK (DWT) and Node.js. Download and Installation Dynamic Web TWAIN download Node.js download Creating a Web Server with Node.js Run your command line tool to install two...
Nov 23, 2014 Document Scanning
Some Java developers asked a question about how to use Dynamic Web TWAIN (DWT) to upload image files when building a Web application with Struts. In this tutorial, I’d like to make a detailed explanation. How to Upload Files with Struts Using NetBeans IDE, we can quickly create a Struts...
Sep 22, 2014 Document Scanning
If you have a TWAIN-compliant scanner, you can easily control it with Dynamic Web TWAIN or Dynamic .NET TWAIN. Both SDKs can help you create some excellent applications for document scanning and management on PCs. However, have you ever complained that it’s so inconvenient to stay with your scanners and...
Sep 14, 2014 Miscellaneous
Think of the game, we know that we have 4 teams in play. At a given time, all we need to see is where these 16 planes are. For the game engine, all it needs to know is the coordinates of these 16 planes. So we need to create another...
Sep 07, 2014 Miscellaneous
Java Native Interface (JNI) is the glue between Java and native code such as C, C++, and assembly. With JNI, Java applications are capable of supporting platform-specific features. JNI enables developers to call low-level APIs (e.g. SQL, OpenGL etc.) to make Java application more powerful with higher performance. For example, we can...