New in 1.3
Interactive Ink SDK 1.3 comes packed with improvements and several noticeable new features. This page provides an overview of the changes.
This comes in addition to the pre-existing online tool to generate custom recognition assets.
This dynamic generation comes in handy to let end users add their own words to an in-app dictionary or to generate math grammars that are perfectly adapted to a given math exercise.
It is now possible to import math JIIX content. Note that this import will replace any existing content.
With iink SDK 1.3, it is now possible to get styling information, including potentially detected decorations, via the JIIX export.
You need to explicitly set the
export.jiix.style configuration option to
true for JIIX to include the styling information (default value is
- The behavior of the
export.jiix.strokessettings has evolved to only command the export of ink strokes.
- Two new configuration options (
export.jiix.primitives), both set to
trueby default, have been added to respectively command the export of converted glyphs and shape primitives.
The Web platform gained the ability to export “Text” parts to iink, word and HTML documents.
Interactive Ink SDK 1.3 is based on the latest version of MyScript’s core recognition SDK, resulting in recognition performance and accuracy improvements. Lexicons, for instance, have been updated to support new commonly used words.
While recognition assets provided with iink SDK 1.2 will stay compatible, you may want to update your users to the latest assets if you migrate them to 1.3.
- Improved layout of typeset math expressions like sums and limits, for a rendering that is closer to their LaTeX equivalent.
- For native platforms, introduction of a new API letting you retrieve the view size you passed to a given editor.
- The Windows API has been updated for UWP and WPF, letting you optionally directly call the C#
Dispose()method to release iink internal memory rather than wait for the garbage collector.