Aspose.OCR for Cloud is a REST API for optical character recognition and documents scanning in the cloud. It supports reading and recognizing characters from BMP and TIFF image formats. Optical character recognition can be performed either on a whole image or partial image. If the required characters are all over the image then scanning the whole image is better option. If you want to scan partial image then specify a rectangular area containing the characters. Aspose.OCR for Cloud API allows passing X and Y coordinates from where the rectangle is supposed to be started as well as its width and height. Once the character recognition operation is initiated within specified rectangular area - The cloud OCR API will read the characters and font information from that area and return the response in XML or JSON format with the below image scanning attributes:
The characters of different languages have different representations. If we combine the languages with the font types and styles - it makes a large set of characters to be recognized from an image. Aspose.OCR for Cloud handles this task very precisely. It can recognize text in English, French and Spanish languages at the moment.
Aspose.OCR for Cloud is delivered over HTTP as a REST API with responses delivered in JSON or XML format. Our API has predictable, resource-oriented URLs, and uses HTTP response codes to indicate API errors. You can see our API detail here.
Security and Authentication
The Aspose.OCR for Cloud API are secured and required authentication. Developers can create app access key ID (appSID) and app secret access key when they register. Authenticated requests require an signature and appSID query parameters. Signature is computed by encrypt the request URI using HMAC_SHA1 with app secret key. You can see complete detail here.
The easiest way to try out our API right away in your browser! With the Aspose for .OCR Cloud Web API explorerReference. This is a collection of Swagger documentation for the Aspose for Cloud APIs. You can get information about all the resources in the API. It also provides testing and interactivity to our API endpoint documentation.