Kofax Releases Microsoft NET Software Development Toolkit

Kofax plc today announced the release of Atalasoft DotImage 10, the latest version of its software development toolkit (SDK) for Microsoft NET developers.

The updated toolkit, intended for applications built using the .NET Framework for Microsoft Windows Forms, WPF, ASP.NET and Silverlight, possesses new capabilities including a new HTML document viewer, improved web scanner and Silverlight imaging SDK. Atalasoft DotImage is a full featured document imaging toolkit for applications built using the .NET Framework for Microsoft Windows Forms, WPF, ASP.NET and Silverlight. DotImage 10 utilizes controls to add zero footprint web document viewing and annotation support, allowing users to view and manipulate TIFF and PDF documents in web browsers without the need to download additional add ons or plug ins, among other capabilities.

“Building web based applications that leverage advanced document imaging can be time consuming and difficult,” said Bill Bither, Founder and General Manager at Atalasoft, a Kofax company. “DotImage’s new capabilities allow developers to build custom cloud based applications that can scan, view and process documents and images with significantly less effort and cost.”

DotImage 10 is now available through Atalasoft’s network of system integrators and resellers or directly from Atalasoft.

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