Dynamsoft Document Capture – an online document capture and OCR service – has been launched for a while. The corresponding RESTful service is also available now. In this article, I will unveil how to use the REST APIs to operate image files and perform OCR.
Dynamsoft OCR SDK is totally implemented in C++, which means it is easy to be wrapped in high-level programming languages, such as C#, Java, Python and so on. As a proprietary development SDK, so far, only .NET OCR library is available for commercial use. Because some of developers and users are hoping that Dynamsoft could provide a Java OCR library, I wrapped the C++ OCR library for test. Anyone can feel free to use the sample, and I’d like to receive feedbacks from you.
Last time, I wrote an article Free Online OCR Service with Dynamsoft TWAIN SDKs, which introduced how to create an online OCR application with Dynamic .NET TWAIN SDK step by step. Since then, I have received some feedbacks about how to convert the OCR results to Microsoft Office documents. So today, I’d like to share how to utilize Open XML SDK to convert OCR results to word document. Based on the sample code I shared last time, I’ll make a little bit of change.