For the fourth year in a row, Aspose has received an SD Times Top 100 award, this time in the Libraries & Frameworks category. The SD Times 100 is not a product award but awards leadership in a variety of software development industry areas. Nominations are submitted by SD Times readers and editors and winners are selected by the SD Times editorial board. We’re delighted to be so highly thought of and strive to continue to innovate and serve our customers.
Thank you for reading, John Owens, Aspose Scotland Team Leader @aspose
Aspose has Goodies for User Groups
Aspose supports user groups of all types and sizes. We’d like to get in contact with more user groups, particularly .NET, Java and SharePoint user groups. We have resource CDs, pens, and T-shirts to add to your goody bags and are happy to give discounts on our products too!
We have added community pages to our website so that the user groups and events that we support have more visibility. If you are planning an event, please get in touch and we will be happy to let everyone know via our Facebook and Twitter pages.
If you lead a user group, or know of one that would benefit from our support, please contact us. We’d love to hear from you.
Technical Article – Customizable Cache in Aspose.Imaging for .NET
Aspose.Imaging uses caching for temporary data storage. The mechanism is simple to use, customizable and transparent. It ensures that there are no performance issues during image processing. This article explains how to customize the cache. Read the article.
Tutorial Video – Installing Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint
Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint is the latest member of the Aspose.BarCode family. It extends SharePoint’s list features to let you generate barcodes. It is easy to install and set up. This short video tutorial shows you how. Watch the tutorial.
Migration Tip – Getting Thumbnail Images from PDF Documents with Aspose.Pdf for .NET
Aspose.Pdf for .NET gives you the tools you need to create, read, write and manipulate PDF files. It does all of this without using Adobe Acrobat. To show you what is possible using Apsose.Pdf for .NET we compared creating thumbnails from PDF file using the Acrobat SDK and Aspose.Pdf for .NET. We think you’ll be interested to see how much shorter the Aspose.Pdf for .NET code is. Read the migration tip.