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News in Graphics: Xamarin Kimono, Google Guetzli and Draco

by Abel Avram Follow 4 Followers on  Mar 17, 2017

Xamarin has open sourced a tool for editing SkiaSharp objects, while Google has reduced the size taken by 2D JPEG and 3D graphics.

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Google’s Brotli Compression Algorithm Lands to Windows Edge

by Sergio De Simone Follow 5 Followers on  Dec 25, 2016

Microsoft has announced that its Edge browser has started using Brotli, the compression algorithm that Google open-sourced last year.

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Facebook Open-Sources New Compression Algorithm Outperforming Zlib

by Sergio De Simone Follow 5 Followers on  Sep 02, 2016

The new Zstandard 1.0 compression algorithm, recently open sourced by Facebook, is one of the few compression algorithms that is both faster and more efficient than zlib, the current “reigning standard”, write Facebook engineer Yann Collet and Chip Turner.

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Apple Open-Sources its New Compression Algorithm LZFSE

by Sergio De Simone Follow 5 Followers on  Jul 02, 2016

Apple has open-sourced its new lossless compression algorithm, LZFSE, introduced last year with iOS 9 and OS X 10.10. According to Apple, LZFE provides the same compression gain as ZLib level 5 while being 2x–3x faster and with higher energy efficiency.

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Portable Compression Libraries for .NET 4.5, Windows Store and Windows Phone

by Jonathan Allen Follow 137 Followers on  Jun 21, 2013

Microsoft has released a beta of a new portable library called Bcl.Compression that adds support for zip archives and compress streams (i.e. deflate and gzip) for the Portable Http Client. Unfortunately it requires a native library so Silverlight and Windows Phone 7.x developers are out of luck.

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Support for Zip Files Still Lacking In .NET 3.0

by Jonathan Allen Follow 137 Followers on  Jan 02, 2007 4

The ability to use file compression like the venerable ZIP format is very important to many developers. For those developers using.NET, that means dropping to command shell or using a third-party component. With .NET 3.0, there is built-in support for ZIP files, though the implementation is somewhat questionable.

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