You can use LEADTOOLS Recognition SDK technology in your application.
You can leverage the IOcrEngine interface, which will allow you to convert an image to a searchable PDF.
DISCLOSURE: I am an employee of the company offering this toolkit.
Here is some sample code:
string input = @"C:\LEADTOOLS21\...
CloudCompare seems to be a good choice to do the compare.
With Nice Color range indicate areas been changed and how much are changed
I manage to use Autohotkey to automate the process and post the detailed setup in CloudCompare official forum:
Use CloudCompare as Git diff tool to check model difference - CloudCompare forum http://www.cloudcompare.org/forum/...
OBS should do exactly what you need. It's designed for streaming but it also works for screen-recording and can be set to record a specific window which, if i recall correctly, will mean that it can record a window even if it is being covered by/is behind other windows or applications.
Also for anyone else who is interested, OBS also has a "replay ...
You have some good answers here, both of which I agree with and upvoted .
I will confuse you by saying that in industry we alamost always use Eclipse. But, at home, I use Visual Studio Code. Both of them are great with multiple languages (as is NetBeans).
Like @CheddarMonkey (great name) said, "It can be a major investment in time but, finding the right ...
The trick is to take a normal Linux distribution, and install it to the USB stick as your "hard drive".
You could do this directly, or install first to a normal disk and then transfer it.
I recently did this in preparation for getting a new computer. First I used debootstrap to install a minimal set of packages. Then I partitioned the flash drive ...
You might wish to take a look at spacedesk:
supports Windows (8.1 and 10; requires a Windows companion app)
supports phone as well as tablet
works with extended mode as well as mirror mode
is listed as "free" (and comes without trackers)
For Linux, indeed an X-Server might be an option. Take a look at
X Server (very light-weight!)