We are pleased to announce that Aspose is going to introduce file format APIs for C++ platform. The Aspose.Cells for C++ is the first one under this platform and is a fine addition to Aspose.Cells Product Family. It will be a native C++ library that will allow the developers to create, manipulate and convert spreadsheets programmatically without requiring Office Automation or Microsoft Excel application. All of our experience of file formats APIs goes into this new platform to provide quality APIs which are native and can be used on different operating systems alike with high performance.
We intend to provide the following features with the first release of Aspose.Cells for C++, and we will keep on adding features with every subsequent release. If you are looking for specific functionality that is not listed below, please make sure to record your request in our forums so that we could bring that feature up on the road map of upcoming releases.
The first version of Aspose.Cells for C++ will support spreadsheet formats such as Excel 97-2003 Workbook format and Open Office XML formats.
There could be hundreds of features related to spreadsheet manipulation, however, we have decided to include just the basic ones with the first release. Here is a list of features that will be available with Aspose.Cells for C++ 1.0.
- Built-In Properties
- Custom Properties
- Styles and Formatting
- Data Validation
- Conditional Formatting
- Reading, Writing and Calculating Formulas
- Group Rows and Columns
We are currently preparing the examples and documentation of Aspose.Cells for C++, and we hope to complete all processes necessary to unveil the first release of Aspose.Cells for C++ early September 2016. You can follow our blog or subscribe to Aspose Newsletter in order to stay up-to-date with the latest news about Aspose.Cells for C++ and other APIs in the C++ platform.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact our friendly support team via Aspose.Cells support forum. We’ll be delighted to hear from you.