Monthly Archives: January 2012
Improved chart & PDF generation and added support for embedded videos available in Aspose.Slides for .NET 5.9.0
We have released Aspose.Slides for .NET 5.9.0. This is a maintenance release and is much stable version as compared to its predecessor. In this new release, improved support for accessing presentations causing issues in earlier versions have been resolved. Since, PowerPoint 2010 supports embedded videos inside presentation and Aspose.Slides for .NET lacked the capability to preserve embedded videos inside saved presentations. But, support for embedded videos has been provided in this new release. The support for enhanced PDF generation by
We have released Aspose.Cells for Java v7.1.0. In this release, we have incorporated several useful enhancements that improve we handle pivot tables, XLSX and ODS formats. We have also fixed issues regarding shapes, XLS, XLSX and ODS rendering. Moreover, we have further improved the Excel-to-PDF feature. There are some other fixes and enhancements too.
Join And Share implemented MS Office, Image, RFT, OpenOffice files rendering to PDF format as well as PDF printing using Aspose APIs
About Join and Share GmbH
Join and Share GmbH is located in Berlin, Germany. We develop customer-specific solutions based first and foremost on Microsoft products. Our certification for the Microsoft Silver Data Platform sets us apart as experts for database-oriented solutions in the field of business intelligence and enterprise applications.
Our team consists of Microsoft .NET experts, database developers for Microsoft SQL Server, Access and Office, Web developers, and UX Designers. Our customers are generally companies from the following sectors: … Continue Reading
We are very much excited to share the first release version of Aspose.Pdf for .NET in 2012. Feel free to explore the exciting features introduced in Aspose.Pdf for .NET 6.6.0. This release includes some great new features including SVG to PDF conversion, transforming PDF to PDF/A, rendering PDF into image format with desired dimensions, creating a PDF portfolio and determining if the source document is encrypted, before opening it.
There has been significant improvements to memory management when dealing … Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce our new product Aspose.OCR for Java. Aspose.OCR for Java is an optical character recognition component that allows developers to extract text from image files. You can extract text in hOCR format which not only gives you the extracted text but other text information (font and style etc.) as well.
Aspose.OCR for Java is aimed at the developers who need to add OCR functionality in their Java applications and provides a better performance. The API is … Continue Reading
Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.1.0 includes a number of enhancements for pivot tables. The formula calculation engine is further improved now. The rest of this article describes some of the features and enhancements that are in this release in more detail.
You can download the latest Aspose.Cells for .NET release from the following link: Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.1.0
Pivot Tables Enhancements
In older versions, you can utilize advanced conditional formatting (Excel 2007/2010) and filtering data features on general data but not … Continue Reading
A table is a common and often important addition to any word document. It’s sometimes easy to forget how complex these objects can be. A table is made up of individual rows and cells, each of which have their own numerous attributes and formatting which control appearance and behavior of each element.
In Aspose.Words, we strive to make working with tables through our API powerful but also as simple to use as possible. In recent versions for both Aspose.Words for .NET and Aspose.Words for Java … Continue Reading
Sydney, Australia – 13 January, 2012 – We’re delighted to announce the winner of the iPad 2 Facebook sweepstake that we announced in the December 2011 newsletter.
In December last year, Aspose ran a sweepstake that gave our Facebook followers a chance to win an iPad 2. All they had to do to enter was send us an email. Over the month, a healthy number of our fans entered the sweepstake and in early January we had a draw.… Continue Reading