Welcome to the March 2013 edition of the Saaspose Newsletter. This newsletter highlights the information about the latest updates in APIs, exciting new features and the informative blogs. Keep your fingers crossed for the useful tips revealed in “Tip of the Month” section. Tip of the Month: Use Saaspose.SDK Demo Application for Android Saaspose has published a demo application for Android SDK. The sample project allows you to test Saaspose SDK in your Android applications quickly and easily. You can integrate this demo application in your applications and enjoy a whole new experience of document manipulation on your Android devices. This demo is composed of the features commonly used by other sections of the SDK and the features to work with Saaspose storage. Using Saaspose APIs, you can extract text from documents, calculate formula in worksheets, convert PDF to images, extract images and slides from presentations and perform many such operations on the documents in your Android applications. This adds great benefit for the Android developers as our SDKs enable them achieve the desired results through simple and efficient steps in no time. Stay tuned to our blog and newsletter for latest updates on Android SDKs and the release announcements. Best of Saaspose API Blogs Stay tuned with the recent updates, features and announcements of Saaspose APIs through Saaspose Blog.
Latest From the Documentation During the month of February 2013, we have added many examples for various features of Saaspose file format APIs in our documentation. These examples have been added in Saaspose.Words, Saapose.Cells, Saaspose.OCR and Saaspose.Pdf. You can utilize these examples in PHP to incorporate features in your applications such as protect documents, get document properties, get image count, create PDFs from HTML templates etc. You may view a complete list of examples for each API in the following announcement posts:
Saaspose API SDK Updates During the month of February 2013, we have released a demo application for Android SDK. There is a list of features available for each API on Github and you can download the required SDK. For more details, you may refer to the following announcement: