Monthly Archives: June 2008
We have just released Aspose.Cells v184.108.40.206: http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/file-format-components/aspose.cells/default.aspx .
In these new release, we not only add new features as usual, but also shape it’s performance. Aspose.Cells aims to provide richest feature set and highest compatibility for different Excel files. In the mean time, performance is a very critical issue for our product. We make many performance testing and enhancement in v4.5.… Continue Reading
Please welcome our new product Aspose.Slides for JasperReports!
Aspose.Slides for JasperReports is an external exporter for JasperReports and the only known solution on the market that makes possible exporting reports from JasperReports to Microsoft PowerPoint PPT and PPS formats.The Zip file contains Aspose.Slides.JasperReports.jar, instructions how to configure it and API reference.
Licenses for purchase will be available in next few days. Without license exporter will produce presentations with watermark.
Contact us in the Aspose.Slides forum with any technical questions… Continue Reading
Australia, Sydney – June 25, 2008 – Aspose.Slides for JasperReports is an external exporter for JasperReports. Furthermore, it is the first product on the market that gives developers working with JasperReports the power to export reports directly from JasperReports to Microsoft PowerPoint PPT and PPS file formats.
Aspose.Slides for JasperReports joins Aspose’s existing family of Aspose.Slides products: Aspose.Slides for .NET and Aspose.Slides for Java are both well-established products. Considering the success of these products, and the repeated customer requests for … Continue Reading
Aspose.Words for .NET is the dog food again and we are eating it in our new product Aspose.Recognition for .NET.
Aspose.Recognition is a fresh new product from Aspose and it is touted to later grow into a powerful “fixed-layout” to “flow-layout” document converter. At the moment it is only a 1.0 BETA and can convert PDF to all output formats supported by Aspose.Words for .NET such as DOC, OOXML, RTF, ODT and HTML. Future features planned are OCR document recognition and … Continue Reading
There are heaps of commercial and free difference tools available. Only few of them can find moved blocks of lines. At the moment I’m only aware of WinDiff, WinMerge and Compare It. However I need to be able to “jump” between move source and destination and only Compare It allows it. I also need to generate a report that distinguishes moved lines from simple insertions or deletions. None of the tools do that. Is that a very weird requirement?
If you know … Continue Reading
We have added a new demo and an article for parsing and reading outlook message (.msg) files. You can now read outlook msg files using your own code. Microsoft Office Outlook is not required for it. A screenshot of the demo is shown below:
The demo can be downloaded from https://downloads.aspose.com/email. To read the article about how to implement it in your own application, please visit http://www.aspose.com/documentation/utility-components/aspose.network-for-.net/outlook-msg-file-viewer.html. … Continue Reading
I am happy to announce that Aspose.Words Documentation was updated. It now includes all code examples in three languages: C#, VB.NET and Java!
The Getting Started and Programmer’s Guide sections were updated. They contain over 100 code examples. See http://www.aspose.com/documentation/file-format-components/aspose.words-for-.net-and-java/the-mergeimagefield-event.html for an example.
The Aspose.Words API Reference had all examples in C#, VB.NET and Java already.… Continue Reading
Aspose.Network for .NET v220.127.116.11 has released.
In this major release, we supported S/MIME protocol features. Now you can add a digital signature to your email message.
Here is the sample code:
// load the certificate and associated private key from a file
X509Certificate2 certificate = X509Certificate2.LoadPfx(“mycer.pfx”, “password”);
// create an instance of MailMessage
MailMessage message = new MailMessage();