Controlled memory optimization support for loading images in Aspose.Imaging

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Hello readers, in this blog I would like to introduce you with new features included in Aspose.Imaging 19.10 especially support for controlled memory optimization techniques for loading images using API. Best thing about Aspose team is that it releases both .NET and Java based APIs simultaneously every month. This way both API user remain recurrent with changes being made in APIs every month.

In following sections, I am going to give you a walk through of what new features have been included in API.

Memory Optimization support to load Images

Aspose.Imaging API now supports using controlled memory optimization techniques to load images like JPEG, CMX or PNG.

The following examples demonstrate use of memory optimization while loading CMX image using API.

The similar Java based implementation is like as under:

Likewise, the following examples demonstrate use of memory optimization while loading JPEG image using API.

The similar Java based implementation is like as under:

Performance improvements in API

As against previous API versions, we have tend to improve the API performance in many areas when performing different operations including:

  • Rendering to PDF has been improved
  • Issues related to SVG rendering have been addressed

Wait, there’s many other features, enhancement, and bug fixes included in this release. Here you can get the detail!

When time allows you can check out API examples at Github, talk about this release and other API related issues in our forum.

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