Monthly Archives: June 2011
We just have made available our next monthly release that delivers Aspose.Words for .NET 10.2 and Aspose.Words for Java 10.2 again, with the same set of features and fixes in both products.
One of the great new features delivered is the correct layout of floating tables when converting documents to PDF and XPS. Earlier versions laid out floating tables as inline and that was causing problems to many customers.
We have also been testing latest Aspose.Words both .NET and Java … Continue Reading
Oracle Consulting Services deliver solutions for companies. When building an on-demand reporting system for a Customer Relationship Management system they needed to be able to save the customized reports as Microsoft Excel or PowerPoint files. To do this they used Aspose.Cells for Java and Aspose.Slides for Java on the recommendation of one of the project team members.
Aspose’s applications integrated into Oracle’s Java environment and produced the documents they needed without being dependent on Microsoft Office applications.
Export Excel Files to XPS Format and Create Write Protected XLSX Files with Aspose.Cells for .NET 6.0.0
We have just released the Aspose.Cells for .NET v6.0.0. In this version, we have added support for exporting Excel files to XPS documents; this is long-awaited feature for some clients. You can also create write-protected XLSX files. You may specify tables as source for the named ranges. You can expand/collapse buttons for a pivot table report.
The web control provided by Aspose.Cells for .NET now supports Internet Explorer 9 and Google Chrome browsers. The desktop control provided by Aspose.Cells for … Continue Reading
Some people would say “there is more than one way to skin a cat”, but I prefer saying “there is one way or another you can run Aspose.Words”.
I had a lot of fun last week because I had a chance to participate in making tutorial videos of Aspose.Words performing DOC to PDF conversions on all combinations of operating systems and development platforms we could possibly think of.
We’ve taken DOC2PDF conversion as an example because it is a very simple to … Continue Reading
Dataforensics Implemented Word, Excel Documents Conversion to PDF along with Watermarks Using Aspose APIs
Dataforensics is a privately owned software company that provides integrated software solutions to improve field data collection, data management, and follow-on analysis for facilities and infrastructure. Client users include engineers, geologists/hydrogeologists, contractors, and infrastructure assessment experts. These individuals work for private design and construction organizations as well as government agencies. They use Dataforensics’ software products to develop, synthesize, and manage extensive amounts of information related to inventory and condition, as well as the characteristics and performance of existing … Continue Reading
As a sequel to our previous blog posts announcing the release of new Merged Aspose.Pdf API (which is expected to be rolled out by the start of next month July), this blog post presents a video tutorial on migrating your existing code based on Aspose.Pdf for .NET to new Merged Aspose.Pdf for .NET API. Just a recap before I proceed further, this new component will have all the features currently available in Aspose.Pdf for .NET and all the … Continue Reading
We are happy to announce the release of a new version of Aspose.BarCode for .NET. In this major release, we added support for reading barcodes on Windows Phone 7. It currently supports most of 1D and Postal barcode symbologies. 2D barcode recognition will be added in future. Grab yourself a copy of Windows Phone Developer tools from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=04704acf-a63a-4f97-952c-8b51b34b00ce and start evaluating the barcode recognition on Windows Phone 7.
Below is a screenshot of the Windows Phone 7 demo application included … Continue Reading
Import XML, Export Annotation, Concatenation, PDF to PNG Conversion, and Setting Privileges Features are Improved in Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET.
In Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET 5.6.0, various features have been improved. These features include importing XML data to the PDF file, exporting annotations to XFDF, concatenating XFA forms, converting PDF to PNG and JPEG images, setting PDF privileges, adding stamp to the PDF file, and rendering text on the converted images.