I am developing an online shopping application where we display images for the products we sell. The images are provided by external content providers that needs editing according our standards for displaying in web pages.
I tried JMagick, an java interface for ImageMagick that provides editing, compressing, scaling, etc that fits into our requirements. unfortunately, there is no support since its an open source.
Can anyone suggest me any commercial tools/apis(can pay for license) that can be integrated with java. Basically, it needs to support major imaging features like scaling, compressing, editing, cropping, etc.
regards,<br />prashanth nagaraj
posted 8 years ago
Hello "prashanth c n "-
You've been around the Ranch long enough that we have a policy on screen names here at JavaRanch. Basically, it must consist of a first name and a last name. Since yours does not conform with it, please take a moment to change it, which you can do right here.
As to your question, what exactly do you mean by "integrated with Java"? The functionalities you mention are quite common, and generally coded using Java2D and the ImageIO class. What special requirements do you have that isn't covered by the core libraries, and what do you need support for?