Monthly Archives: January 2016
We are pleased to announce that Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint 2.2.0 has been published. In this release, we have introduced the most demanding feature of PDF file formatting applications, merging of the PDF documents. Now developers can use Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint to implement PDF merging/concatenation features in their SharePoint solutions. Please check the documentation link for Merge to PDF feature details.
Please visit the following link to download the latest version of Aspose.PDF for SharePoint v2.2.0.
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Set Fonts’ Location, Export PSD Layers to Raster Images and CAD to PDF With Aspose.Imaging for Java 3.2.0
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Imaging for Java 3.2.0. This release allows you to use Bradley’s threshold algorithm during image conversion and define settings to expand or crop the image. Support to export PSD layers to raster images, CAD file to PDF format and font folder setting while converting DXF files has also been incorporated in this release.
Set Font Folder While Exporting DXF Files
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Along with the above-stated enhancements, this release fixes a number of issues reported by our customers in the previous release. Some of these are PDF to PDFA, PDF to TIFF, PDF to PNG, HTML to … Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Tasks for .NET 9.2.1. This month’s release includes a new feature of reading project data from Microsoft Access Database file and enhancements. It also includes a number of bug fixes that overall improves the API functionality. Our documentation section, Public API Changes, lists all the changes that are part of this month’s release.
Reading Project Data from Microsoft Access Database (MPD) File
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We’re pleased to announce the new version 6.0.0 of the Aspose.Diagram for .NET API. This version contains new methods that let developers know about shape connections beforehand. They could now get the information, whether two shapes are connected or glued prior to any other manipulation of the Visio shapes, which can result in greater programmer productivity and more concise readable code. The reading capacity of VSSX stencils and preserving shadows of shapes during the export operation have also been enhanced. … Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce a new release of Aspose.Words for SharePoint. This version includes full support of MS SharePoint Server 2016 as major update. This version also sees the codebase better tweaked and the core functionality closer to Aspose.Words for .NET 15.12.0, which is the base product that Aspose.Words for SharePoint is ported from.
You can download the latest release of Aspose.Words for SharePoint from the following link:
Bug Fixes and Changes
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We are pleased to share the release announcement of Aspose.Slides for JasperReports 2.1.0.
This release has been built on the basis of latest Aspose.Slides for Java API and supports JasperReports versions ranging from 3.5.0 through 5.5.0 for exporting to PowerPoint presentations. We have made this release more compatible with JBoss6 and now reports can be generated without any issue. We have also addressed the report rendering issues which were incurring while exporting reports to PPTX format.
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Visual Studio plugin to explore Aspose.Words for .NET code examples is a great tool for quickly downloading and exploring Aspose for .NET API. We are pleased to announce a new release that supports to exploring C# examples of Aspose.Words for .NET. This plugin saves a lot of time and effort by providing a very simple option for seamlessly selecting, downloading and opening the latest example projects without having to leave the Visual Studio environment.Continue Reading
The examples of Aspose.Words for .NET are published at Github. There are two Visual Studio projects, one for C# and the other for VB.NET examples. You can clone or download the repository, browse the Examples folder and open the project in Microsoft Visual Studio (2010 sp1 to 2015). These examples are an excellent starting point to learn about Aspose.Words for .NET. You can freely copy and re-use the code in your own applications.
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The examples of Aspose.3D for .NET are published at GitHub. There are two Visual Studio projects, one for C# and the other for VB.NET examples. You can clone or download the repository, browse the Examples folder and open the project in Microsoft Visual Studio (2010 sp1 to 2015). These examples are an excellent starting point to learn about Aspose.3D for .NET. You can freely copy and re-use the code in your own applications.
How to Run the Examples
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