Monthly Archives: March 2013
Sydney, Australia – March 31, 2013 – In March 2013, Aspose counted 200,000 registered users. This milestone comes only three years after we reached 100,000 registered users. To celebrate, we’re giving 20 new users prizes of licenses for our products. From a full suite of Aspose products, to a license for Aspose.Imaging, we’re can’t think of better gifts to give to our community than our products.
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This month’s release includes a number of bug fixes related to PST and message conversion. Problems faced while loading large PSTs, created with Aspose.Email, in Outlook have been fixed in this release. In addition, bugs related to PST corruption by adding SMIME messages has been fixed in this release as well.
This release also fixed issues related to detecting email attachments with EML files and changing time zone while converting messages to MHT.… Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Cells for Java 7.4.2. This hotfix is a maintenance release that contains fixes for issues reported in earlier versions. In this release, we have provided support to get locale based date format for built-in numbers. Now macros and VBA codes are copied in the XSLM file when you use Workbook.copy() method. We have also improved the HTML rendering module. Several other important issues have been addressed. For example, issues around rendering Microsoft … Continue Reading
Improvments to Copying Ranges Between Workbooks and Parsing HTML Strings in Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.4.2
Aspose.Cells for .NET 7.4.2 has been released. This month’s release includes enhancements for copying ranges and numbers formatting. We have also made an enhancement to the List objects and Tables that are now copied when copying ranges between workbooks. Similarly, macros and VBA codes are copied in the XSLM file when you use the Workbook.Copy() method. We have fixed a few exceptions when manipulating PivotTables in the template file; we have also sorted out some issues regarding named ranges.
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In July 2011, we introduced Aspose.Pdf for .NET 6.0.0, which merged the APIs for Aspose.Pdf for .NET and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET into one. That release also introduced a new Document Object Model (DOM) approach to create new and manipulate existing PDF files. Prior to the new DOM, the Aspose.Pdf for .NET DOM could deal with individual objects when creating PDF files, but did not have any feature for dealing with individual objects inside existing PDFs. Furthermore, prior to version 6.0.0, … Continue Reading
Better Support for Text, Image and Graph Objects During PDF Rendering with Aspose.Pdf for SSRS 2.5.1
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services 2.5.1. This hotfix is a maintenance release that contains fixes regarding issues reported in earlier versions. In this release, we have provided support for rendering an image as cell background and ensured that text justification is honored during PDF generation. The product is further optimized for Microsoft Report Viewer 2010 and also offers better support for rendering graph objects when creating PDF documents.
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Bangalore, India – March 16, 2013 – Aspose sponsored one of the most popular developer conferences in India, the India Software Developer Conference (ISDC) 2013, held in Bangalore on March 16. ISDC 2013 showcased the latest technology trends and provided developers with the opportunity to learn, network, and track innovations in the realm of .NET, Java, mobile, HTML5, architecture and agile technologies.
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Tasks for .NET 5.2.0. This month’s release includes a number of enhancements as well as bug fixes.
With this month’s release, we are glad to share that Aspose.Tasks now supports writing updated data back to 2013 MPP files. This includes writing updated Calendar data, task data, task link data, resource data, resource assignment data, outline codes and extended attributes back to 2013 MPP files.
This month’s release also includes a new … Continue Reading