November 11th, 2013, 04:24 AM
I would like to implement a client interface for adding Metadata on Image files. User's Metadata is uniquely identified by picture coordinates and it is show when the end user "mouse over" those coordinates.
However, I wish to create a similar interface that needs to be entirely local and offline. meaning:
1.Picture's Metadata is encapsulated and saved on client local PC as long with original picture. (saved with a unique extension file)
2. No Browser involved. When user double clicks his newly saved file , The picture image is shown as long with Metadata interactivity base on user's mouse movement. (A dedicated viewer)
I am now considering the fastest development technology stack to implement such project.
Kindly appreciate your advice.
November 16th, 2013, 07:04 PM
It sounds like you may need a program like Visual Basic or VB.net or etc., to create a stand alone program / executable file; that can be accessed and used by a computer's operating system. That might be your best approach; to forgo browser interaction all together and use software to create a program, to do what your wanting to do.