Introducing our community: Aspose Newsletter, May 2013
May 1, 2013
Introducing our Community
Last month we reached 200,000 registered users, an important milestone to us. This month, we can introduce some of our new community members to you. Our users come from a wide variety of industries and from all over the globe. They have many different challenges and Aspose are pleased to help with some of those. Meet our community.
Aspose Launches Examples Application
We have created example applications for .NET and Java. The applications let you run Aspose code examples from your desktop. They are automatically updated so that you always have the latest products and examples. Try them out: download Aspose Examples for .NET or Aspose Examples for Java.
Aspose.Pdf for Java and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for Java Merges
Last year, we merged Aspose.Pdf for .NET and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET. We have now autoported this version to Java, effectively merging Aspose.Pdf for Java and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for Java. Our Java users can now create and manipulate existing PDF files with one convenient API. Find out more.
Thank you for reading, John Owens, Aspose Europe @aspose
Product Spotlight – Aspose.Tasks for .NET
If you need to process Microsoft Project files programmatically, you need Aspose.Tasks for .NET. The component frees you from dependency on Microsoft Office Automation so that you can create, open and manipulate project files quickly without having Microsoft Project installed. Aspose.Tasks help you share information across the organization by letting you save project plans and views to image or portable document formats. Find out more.
Technical Article – Converting a File to PDF in a Workflow with Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint
Workflows help automate document processing. With Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint, you can define a workflow that converts any documents put in one document library to PDF and saves it in another library. It speeds up conversion and is useful for automated document archiving and many other tasks. Read the article.
Tutorial Video – Changing OLE Frame Data with Aspose.Slides for Java
Aspose.Slides for Java gives you control over Microsoft PowerPoint presentations from within Java applications. As well as creating and modifying presentations, Aspose.Slides lets you add charts and work with external data sources. Find out how to access OLE frame data and then modify it to update a chart in a document with new data. Watch the video.
Migration Tip – Fitting HTML Tables to Page Width with Word Automation and Aspose.Words for .NET
Aspose.Words for .NET lets you work with a number of popular business formats, including HTML. HTML doesn’t have a page concept so laying out tables in an HTML document can be tricky. This month’s migration tip shows you how to resize tables to the available page width using Microsoft Office Automation and Aspose.Words for .NET. Read the tip.