Yearly Archives: 2003
December 12, 2003 – Auckland, New Zealand – Aspose already helps developers work with Microsoft Excel and Adobe PDF files from within their own .NET applications. Aspose.Words, launched today, adds Microsoft Word files to the pool of files that Aspose components allow you to work with.
Microsoft Word files are ubiquitous in business. Developers who develop applications that include document management will be pleased to know that a lot of the hard work has been taken out of parsing, manipulating … Continue Reading
August 16, 2003 – Australia, Sydney – After 16 months in business, Aspose needs to grow to meet demand for its products. Roman Korchagin will lead a new team, based in Auckland, New Zealand. We look forward to seeing the Auckland team grow and help us succeed.
Quality and customer focus is what is important to us, not location. When we look for talent, we do not just look for it locally. Aspose may have headquarters in Australia, but we want … Continue Reading
March 18, 2003 – Sydney, Australia – It is with great pleasure that we announce Aspose.Pdf for .NET, a class library for working with PDF files from within .NET applications. It is designed to be easy to use, yet powerful enough to handle a wide variety of developer demands.
Aspose creates components for developers who need to work with popular file formats from within their own applications. Instead of learning a file format inside out, our products let developers get on … Continue Reading
January, 24, 2003 – Sydney, Australia – Introducing Aspose.Cells for .NET, a class library for working with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets from within .NET applications. It is designed to be easy to use and works without any form of Office automation.
Aspose creates components for developers who need to work with popular file formats from within their own applications. Instead of learning a file format inside out, our products let developers get on with coding their solution. Our components mange complex binary … Continue Reading