Aspose has released version 1.1 of its Eclipse IDE plugin to support the new Aspose for Java product family along with a numbers of revamps in the plugin features including many UI enhancements that improve the user experience. With this release, the plugin adds support for the new Aspose.Tasks and Aspose.Diagram for Java APIs.
Aspose.Tasks for Java
Aspose.Tasks for Java is a project management API that enables Java application developers to provide Microsoft Project® document manipulation capability in their applications – all without using Microsoft Project®. With this powerful API, developers can control various stages of project management, such as project planning, definition and tracking.
Aspose.Diagram for Java
Aspose.Diagram for Java is a Non-Graphical and well-structured API that allows developers to load, create, save and manipulate Microsoft Visio drawings within a Java application without using Microsoft Visio. It provides better performance and is easier to use to manipulate diagrams and convert files than Microsoft Office Automation.
Aspose Project Wizard
Aspose Project Wizard – Enlisting the New Aspose for Java APIs
Aspose Project Wizard – Downloading the new Aspose for Java APIs
Aspose examples/sample codes for the new Aspose for Java APIs – Aspose.Diagram and Aspose.Tasks – have also been added and are now available through the Aspose Example Wizard in the IDE’s native flow. As shown in the below screenshots.
Aspose Example Wizard
Aspose Example Wizard – Downloading Aspose.Tasks Examples
Aspose Example Wizard -Enlisting Aspose.Tasks Examples
Aspose.Tasks Example – Executing
- Aspose for Java components
- Aspose Project Wizard – Eclipse Plugin
- Video demo showing plugin enhancements and new features in Version 1.1(New feature!)
- Revamps, enchancements and new features detail in Version 1.1(New feature!)
- Aspose Project Wizard at Eclipse Marketplace
Source Code Available
Aspose Project Wizard for Eclipse is open source and its source code is available on the major social coding websites listed below. Developers can extend the functionality if they want or learn from it to make their own plugins.