With the Nokia Imaging SDK, you have access to a powerful library of exciting image manipulation tools, which makes creating the next generation of imaging apps for Windows Phone 8 devices quicker and easier. Designed from the ground up with performance and a low memory footprint in mind, the library's functions don't put a strain on the user's device, which makes editing high resolution images swift and engaging. In fact, the technology behind the Nokia Imaging SDK is well proven, as Nokia uses it to create its own imaging applications, such as Creative Studio.
The following features are included in the 1.0 release of the Nokia Imaging SDK:
The Lumia Developer's Library provides three fully featured example apps, with full source code, from which you can discover some of the possibilities and features of the SDK.
Complete documentation of the Nokia Imaging SDK is provided in the Nokia Lumia Developer's Library. A dedicated section provides a quick start guide, overview of core concepts, details on how to add libraries to a project, example projects, information about typical compilation errors, an API reference, and the Nokia Imaging SDK License Agreement.
In addition to the information provided in the Nokia Lumia Developer's Guide, you'll also get a great introduction to the latest release of the Nokia Imaging SDK in Lumia App Labs: Introducing the Nokia Imaging SDK 1.0, see the video below.
If you haven’t worked with the Nokia Imaging SDK before, Lumia App Labs: Using the Nokia Imaging SDK provides a good overview to the core features.
You may also be interested in Lumia App Labs: Working with high resolution images in Windows Phone 8, which provides details on working with high resolution images captured with the Nokia Lumia 1020.
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