Monthly Archives: November 2011
We are pleased to inform you that new version of Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint v1.1 has been released. This version of Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint allows the users to view SharePoint PDF documents using built-in PDF viewer without installing any PDF reading software.
- Please check out the following link for more information on Using PDF Viewer to view SharePoint PDF documents.
- Please visit the following link to download the latest version of Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint.
Sydney, Australia – November 18, 2011 – Aspose.Network for .NET (now Aspose.Email for .NET) and Aspose.Total for SharePoint were voted among the best products in the DevProConnections Community Awards. The awards run every year. This is the first time that Aspose has taken part.
DevProConnections collects together independent information about how to build Microsoft applications to give Microsoft developer advise and insight. The network focuses on practical solutions based on real-life implementations. DevProConnections covers many aspects of Microsoft development: … Continue Reading
Advanced conditional formatting is supported and performance is enhanced for PDF conversion in Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.0.3
We are happy to release Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.0.3. We have made several enhancements and fixed a number of issues in this version.
We have added support for conditional formatting and cell gradient colors when rendering to PDF documents. The PDFs that you create look like the original documents even when they use advanced formatting.
There are some other enhancements to how smart markers and error checking options are handled, especially for XLSM files. We have improved performance for Excel … Continue Reading
We have released Aspose.Cells for Java 7.0.3. This version comes with some important enhancements. You can now save XLS and XLSX files in Light Cells mode using LightCellsDataProvider. This gives you better performance for bigger files.
We have improved the Excel-to-PDF conversion feature. Follow the link to read about the updated feature in the documentation.
One of our users reported a clash between Aspose.Cells for Java and other JARs that they were using (specifically woodstoxs-core and webservices-rt). We have resolved … Continue Reading
We have just released Aspose.Email for Java 1.1. In this version we introduced a new class: MessageObject. It allows you to manipulate the properties of an MSG file in a simplistic manner. We hope it becomes useful to our customers and evolves further to replace the MapiMessage class.
For release notes and download, please visit http://www.aspose.com/community/files/72/java-components/aspose.email-for-java/default.aspx.… Continue Reading
Aspose.Diagram for .NET 1.7.0 has been released. In this release, PDF and image rendering features have been improved. You can now render diagrams with shape shadows. Some new options have been included in the ImageSaveOptions class so that you can render diagrams with high quality and anti-aliasing effects.
Aspose.PDF for .NET 6.4.0 allows you to convert PDF files into HTML format. Prior to this release, Aspose.Pdf for .NET supported converting images, XML, HTML, SVG, PCL and XSL-FO files into PDF format but not the other way around. With this new feature, one single product provides the capability to convert HTML files into PDF or transform PDF files into HTML format.
Since the last release, we have made progress on images and text extraction from PDF files. Aspose.PDf for … Continue Reading
Texas, USA – 4 November, 11, 2011 – Aspose supports a number of local user groups and events in the US and Europe. The software we design, and the way we work, promotes interaction and communication between teams and individuals. We believe that user groups and good team work helps individuals succeed. Each of us learn from others. Sharing ideas and learning new things keeps us interested and makes us better at what we do. User groups encourage interaction and … Continue Reading