Monthly Archives: October 2010
Custom XML, save to SWF, save to XAML, verify digital signatures too many new things to list in Aspose.Words for .NET 9.5
Here is a screenshot of the new feature we have. You can now convert any Word document to SWF. The produced SWF embeds a little viewer that displays the document.
For the full list of features find the Aspose.Words for .NET 9.5 release page in the downloads section.
DrawingML is used to represent the rich shapes, colors, diagrams and charts in OOXML documents.
I am happy to tell that we have a big project underway to make sure Aspose.Words can render all DrawingML into its fixed-page outputs including PDF, XPS, graphics and printing.
At the moment Aspose.Words can only preserve DrawingML during DOCX open/save cycles and not much else. Aspose.Words can render DrawingML pictures, but cannot render other DrawingML shapes.
We will be releasing DrawingML functionality in iterations, every … Continue Reading
Reports are being generated based on a MS Word template document and an external data source. Report template supports regions (including nested), images etc. Separate report definition file defines data source connection parameters, queries to retrieve the data, relationships between data tables returned by different queries and so on.
Three types of sources supported:
– Relational databases (using SQL queries or OLE DB… Continue Reading
RateSetter is an innovative new web-based consumer exchange that enables people to contract directly with one another to lend to and borrow from each other. RateSetter was set up to offer people an alternative to the regular banking system for their savings and borrowing needs. To become successful, RateSetter’s key challenge was to gain the trust of a material number of consumers. That trust can be created by longevity and good reputation but in the early days, it … Continue Reading
Insert Linked Images, Include Array Parameters and Important Enhancements are made in Aspose.Cells for Java 2.4.2
We have released the Aspose.Cells for Java v2.4.2 for the users.
In this version, we have enhanced different features and internal modules, e.g. Excel to PDF, Reading/Saving Excel (97-2007) Files, Chart to Image etc. Now, you may include Array parameters while setting custom formulas. Moreover, you may insert linked pictures to your worksheet. The component, now also supports to save Cells data directly to stream/disk without building entire data model into the memory that always consumes a lot of … Continue Reading
BarCodeBuilder builder = new BarCodeBuilder(“test-123”, Symbology.Code128);
// Save barcode image in EMF format
Gekom is an online web application that offers small companies and freelancers a secure, reliable, and easy way to manage their customers’ quotes and invoices wherever they are. Gekom customers can quickly create and download an invoice in order to send it by e-mail or print it out.
During the development of Gekom, one of the major difficulties was to find the right way to handle document generation. While using a database engine to store user input … Continue Reading
We have published Aspose.Cells for .NET v5.1.4 for the users.
In this version, we have supported encrypting PDF documents. You may utilize API from the newly added namespace: Aspose.Cells.Rendering.PdfSecurity. The GridWeb control has re-organized its API structure now. The GridDesktop control allows you to import/export Excel files with Auto-Filters.
There are some other enhancements and fixes too.
string strBaseFolder = @”C:\Emails\”;
string strPSTFile = @”PersonalFolders.pst”;
PersonalStorage pst = PersonalStorage.FromFile(strBaseFolder + strPSTFile);
It’s been only five days since my previous report, but I cannot wait to say what a great progress we had.
Today’s Aspose.Words for Java stats are:
- Total source files 2413
- Only 214 have autoporting problems = 8.8%
- The rest 2199 of the C# source files are totally automatically convertable to Java.
In these five days we managed to review and make portable 311 files. Almost all document conversions modules are now portable. With all of the other supported formats, we are finally going … Continue Reading