Code evolution: Considering pictures, big and small, and matrix transformations

Code evolution: Considering pictures, big and small, and matrix transformations

When evaluating a customer issue, it’s often useful to run their files through our sample apps to establish if we are seeing the same thing. Occasionally, the output is somewhat unexpected. That happened to me recently with our C# DrawSeparations sample app. So, I thought it might useful to walk through the steps of addressing the unexpected output, and going a bit beyond to handle other possible cases. Now, the original code in DrawSeparations looks like this: There is nothing…

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Three Permission Settings to Create the Best Collaborative Learning Experience with READynamic™

Three Permission Settings to Create the Best Collaborative Learning Experience with READynamic™

In the digital world, permissions are pretty important when it comes to making software secure – and not allowing people without access to do something they aren’t supposed to do, or see information they aren’t supposed to see. Even more so when that software is not installed locally on a user’s machine. It’s extremely important that if someone isn’t supposed to be able to reach inside the proverbial cookie jar to take that cookie, they really shouldn’t be able to…

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Xploration 17: Visit Datalogics at Booth #121, and Stop by our Solutions Snapshot Presentation

Xploration 17: Visit Datalogics at Booth #121, and Stop by our Solutions Snapshot Presentation

We’re packing our bags, and heading to the upcoming Xploration 17 conference in Orlando, Florida. Also known as “The Customer Communications Conference,” this event brings together end-users, analysts, consultants, industry experts, and vendors who will share the latest best practices and trends in the customer communications industry. With PDF being one of the top customer communication formats, this event is right up our alley. PDF is used for the production and distribution of bills, statements, invoices, marketing information, and many…

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10 Reasons Why Technology is Important in the Classroom

10 Reasons Why Technology is Important in the Classroom

As the mother of an 8th grader, it is often difficult to get information about her day.  Honestly, this is how our conversations would be written on most days: Me:  “How was school?” Her:  “Fine.” Me:  “Did you do anything fun today?” Her:  “No.” Me:  “Was there anything that made you laugh today?” Her:  “No.” I crave something, anything, that gives me insight into her day-to-day world, and I am delighted when she shares even small snippets. I would say,…

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