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The NetBrand Flexible Imaging System (FIST) was designed to enable IS and Java developers to rapidly develop and deploy advanced imaging applications, and to add imaging functionality to existing applications.

Performance is enhanced through both highly optimized 100% Java implementation and support for platform-specific hardware enhancements. FIST solutions may be deployed in Browsers or Standalone Applications. The underlying software supports JDKs 1.0.2, 1.1.x, and Java2 (1.2-1.5).

FIST supports a large and growing number of File Formats, including GIF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, FlashPix (I.I.P.), and WinFax. The software also specializes in handling mixed Graphic and Raster Print Streams such as IBM's AFP/MO:DCA.

URL: http://www.netbrand.com/imaging/products.htm
Licence: Proprietary

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