Monthly Archives: August 2008
Thank you to all customers who reported and patiently waited as we implemented over 50 enhancements and fixes in Aspose.Words in just over a month!
A leading creator, publisher, and distributor of video games, Ubisoft has grown considerably over the past two decades as a result of our strategy centered on the creation of strong brands, in-house development, and a vast global distribution network. This has allowed us to not only produce innovative, high-quality titles but also acquire an in-depth knowledge of our consumers and their expectations.
To sustain our company growth in such a competitive market, we implement a new common e-recruitment … Continue Reading
Don’t delay, try our latest Aspose.Editor online demo http://www.aspose.com/demos/aspose.editor/ for the “true word processing in a browser” experience.
Why am I posting about Aspose.Editor in the Aspose.Words blog?
Because Aspose.Editor is an important member of the family of word processing components developed by our team. All our components are based on the world-class Aspose.Words document conversion technology.
I am happy to announce that Aspose.Editor has now just gotten a lot more useful:
- Great support for tables. Create, edit and modify
This release contains new high fidelity rendering engine which now supports reports of any complexity with nested tables, groups, lists and etc. To implement it we had to give up using native MS PowerPoint tables because they are very limited by content. All tables, groups, matrices and other complex objects rendered now as set of shapes and text frames. Engine was written almost from scratch. The only code inherited… Continue Reading
The main new feature is integration with JasperServer.
For detailed instructions please read documentation.
Please check download link.
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Aspose.Network for .NET v188.8.131.52 comes with .NET framework 3.5 supports.
Moreover, we also improved the Tnef attachment files decoding in this release. You don’t need to care about the Tnef attachments (winmail.dat) in the eml files now. Just use MailMessage to load the file, we will decode the tnef file for you in the background.
Check it out