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Adding Sounds to PDF (with GcPdf)

With the latest trends in technology, there are many options to add dynamic content to documents to make them interactive and accessible. This article shows how you can add sound to a PDF using GcPdf.

Comparing .NET Imaging Processing APIs (GcImaging vs. ImageSharp)

In this article, we’ll discuss features, imaging API use cases, and top reasons why you would want to choose to work with an imaging API.

How to Create an Imaging Service over Azure Blob Storage Events

In this article we'll discuss how we can use events from Azure Blob Storage to modify an image stored. We'll use Azure Event Hub to consume the upload event coming from Azure Blob Storage and notify our serverless function to add effects like watermarking and resizing to uploaded image.

Top Reasons to Use an Imaging API in Your Application

This article summarizes some reasons why you may need an Imaging API.

Get Started with GcImaging on Linux (Video)

How to get started with GcImaging image API on a Linux system

Get Started with GcImaging on Mac (Video)

How to get started with GcImaging image API on a Mac system

Get Started with GcImaging on Windows (Video)

How to get started with GcImaging image API on a Windows system

Now shipping: GcImaging and GcDocs Service Packs

We're pleased to announce the launch of GcImaging and service packs for GcPdf, GcExcel, and GcWord. 

Introducing GcImaging, a new Imaging API for .NET Standard 2.0

With GcImaging, you can create, load, modify, and save images in .NET Standard 2.0 applications with full support on Windows, macOS, and Linux and deploy as FaaS with AWS Lambda, Azure functions, and more.

How to Create a Thumbnail Image on AWS S3

Leverage GrapeCity Documents with Lambda functions in GcImaging to create an imaging service over AWS S3 events.