Aspose has released v1.1 of Aspose Java for Spring (extension of Spring’s PetClinic Sample Web application) with quit few enhancements and updates in features as below:
New Features – in Aspose Java for Spring v1.1
The latest release simplified the Aspose Maven dependencies integration with the extended Spring’s PetClinic Web Application or Any Maven based project through Aspose Cloud Maven Repository inclusion in the project maven pom.xml, as opposed to the previous approach (in v1.0), which first created the local maven repository for the Aspose Maven dependencies to be specified in pom.xml configuration file. This also dramatically decreased the project size to the only 2mb from previously some 48 MB size because of the removal of local Aspose maven dependencies.
UI enhancements and features that were promised in the previous release as the “Coming Soon” feature i.e a new Option / Use case of saving the current web page as MS-Word document is added for all web pages to highlight Aspose.Words Java API powerful feature of converting HTML documents into MS-WORD document format.
- Welcome Page!
- Veterinarians Page!
- Veterinarians Page Saved As MS-Word Document!
- Aspose Java components
- Detailed wiki on extending Spring MVC web applications
- Detailed wiki on integrating Aspose API with Maven
- Video demo of v1.0 release for Aspose Java for Spring
- Video demo of v1.1 release for Aspose Java for Spring
- Blog Announcement link for v1.0 release
Source Code Available
Aspose for Spring Java (Extension of PetClinic Sample Web Application) is open source and its source code is available on the social coding websites listed below. Developers can extend the functionality if they want to, or use it to learn how to integrate their own Spring Java applications and projects.