Submitted by ld_api_admin on Wed, 02/15/2012 - 4:54pm
The LiveDesigner API has been updated to version 188.8.131.52, including over 3 months of changes and enhancements. This release provides increased stability and tools for our developers. Highlights of the release are as follows:
We've just updated most of the designs (embroidery and print) in the sample Gallery. Take a look at the quality of the renderings, both in the thumbnails and in the Stitch Player application.
Also, the template example in the Gallery has been updated with a much more complicated design. This new design showcases a feature of our template where text can be constrained by an envelope, causing it to scale to fit as well as follow a non-linear path in the design.
You may have noticed that we are in the process of adding some new functionality to the "My Account" page. We are attempting to combine the account & file management systems into this website, in order to provide a single URL and sign-on to administer your account.
Please bear with us while we make this update - you may have noticed that the new "Manage Web Service" tab isn't working 100% yet, but we should have this up and running in the next few days.
Submitted by peterkern on Tue, 02/09/2010 - 5:17pm
Melco LiveDesigner API Web Service is built on Melco's personalization engine, the Melco DesignShop DLL. Melco is licensing this personalization engine to companies like Disney, Williams Sonoma, Zazzle, etc. Please contact me directly if you have a serious interest in the Melco DesignShop DLL for your company.
Peter Kern, Managing Director Melco; Cell: +1-720-312-1736; email: email@example.com
Feature allows to generate fullfillment file for multiple lettering/design elements rotated/scaled/flipped/positioned. Works with both embroidery and vector files.
Implementation recommendation for this feature is to manually position individual images of different elements (design or lettering) where you want for visualization and only use CompoundDesign feature when wish to create fullfillment file for vector or embroidery or use stitchplayer. An example of this is shown in the