Yearly Archives: 2005
We’ve released Aspose.Network 2.1.0.
- New: implements a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) client, in the Aspose.Network.Ftp name space.
- Fully supports FTP commands.
- Passive and Active data connection mode.
- Unicode supports.
- TransferProgress event to trace the data transfering progress.
- Asynchronizing and sychronizing programming model.
- Enhancement: improvemences in Pop3 supports.
- Fixed: bug in parsing some datetime formats in the MIME messages,
- All hot fixes since 2.0.*
- New: Support for custom document properties stored in mpp projects. Mpp2Mpx demo has example how to read all properties.
- New: Implemented DefaultSettings.DefaultDaysInMonth property for all formats except mpx.
- Fixed: Reading Project.StatusDate from mpp files.
- Changed: Disabled old licenses purchased before 2005-01-22.
Thanks to some of our customers we have a couple of great success stories to share:
- Manufacturing Company Achieves Paperless Proof-of-Delivery using Aspose.Word
- Faculty Comment and Grade Management Solution for a School
Hopefully the list of stories will grow. The stories will be published in Aspose.Word Wiki. If you are interested in contributing, please let us know.… Continue Reading
I am a software developer currently working for a company in the Midlands (UK) that specializes in Manufacturing Software Solutions. Our flagship product is a fully traceable MRP system that can be applied to almost any business situation and tailored (both by the user as well as by us) to fit any level of a company’s day to day operations. Whether it is entering new customer details or tracing were a batch of material originated on the shop floor, our … Continue Reading
We are working on a port of Aspose.Word from C# to Java and I’m baffled by some Java features (or a lack of them) that we take for granted in C#. I don’t intend to abuse Java in anyway, but I think if this language is to survive, they are ought to move and rework these things faster.
One thing that strikes me a lot is the lack of “internal” accessibility level for classes and methods. I think it is a … Continue Reading
Please welcome our new team member Vladimir Averkin who is a dedicated Aspose.Word Technical Support person. He will be replying to your questions in the forums, creating more code examples and improving product documentation.
It is great to see our team growing as a result of the number of Aspose.Word customers growing. We hope to be able to provide even better support and deliver more new features faster.
As of this weekend the Aspose website has now been relocated to a new web server. We are excited for our site to have a new, faster home. The new server should help provide better stability and much faster performance. As with all growth there are always growing pains; therefore, if you experience any problems with our site please help us by submitting them to our forum or by emailing directly to our webmaster.
I want to personally thank you for … Continue Reading
I recently read this article in MSDN blogs Design Guidelines Update: Exception Throwing and this prompted me to finally review how Aspose.Word throws exceptions.
I must say I agree with everything what Krzysztof says in that article and I was actually doing exactly that for ages in my C++ and Delphi projects long before .NET. Of course that was raising some eyebrows from many developers whom I used to work with, but I knew it would come out right in the … Continue Reading
I’m looking for a tool that will help me efficiently author quaility API documentation for Aspose.Word and other components. I’ve looked at several commercial and free tools and nothing really suits. It looks like my requirements for a help authoring tool come from a different planet.
1. I want to use C# XML comments to create the API documentation. Therefore, the documentation will essentially be in XML format.
2. I want the documentation for public classes and methods to be … Continue Reading