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Friday, October 30, 2009

Embeddable Content Management Tools from EMC!

Do you require a better solution offering? Want to reduce your R & D costs? Are you interested in quickly bringing to market new solutions?Then you have found the right place! Discover a world of information designed for commercial software and product decision makers and developers seeking to enhance their products for the competitive software market. EMCInside is here to help address your needs as you explore embedding information management into your existing products and applications.Save time, save money, and expand your market reach by embedding EMC's market-leading information management technologies in your commercial software and products. EMC provides an extensive set of stand-alone and tightly integrated tools forming an extensive platform of imaging, information rights management and business process, XML, information and output management capabilities.

Friday, October 23, 2009

PixTools Image Explorer Sample

EMC continues to strive and look for different ways to improve the user experience related to the PixTools developer toolkits. We are currently looking to enhance samples within PixTools for .NET version 8.4. In so doing, we have published some of the information in the EMC Developer Network (EDN) community. We are soliciting comments and/or feedback to improve our product. The first sample to be considered is the PixTools Image Explorer. Stay tuned for many more to come in the future.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Chalk Talk Video on EMC Captiva ISIS PixTools Toolkits!

Check out this short chalk talk video explaining how to customize a document capture application with EMC Captiva ISIS PixTools toolkit. Quickly learn how to take full advantage of the software developer toolkit (SDK) to customize your document capture applications!

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Debug your ISIS PixTools-based Applications with Ease!

This how- to-article will demonstrate how to create two simple visualizers for both the PixImage object and the PixNode tree hierarchy. PixTools for .NET has a lot of data structures which can be visualized.