Monthly Archives: September 2016
On Saturday, October 8, 2016, the NYC developer community will be holding their tenth annual Code Camp event at the Microsoft Offices in Midtown Manhattan. This facility sports state-of-the-art capabilities, expansive WiFi coverage, and easy access to public transportation.
Code Camps are “grass roots” mini application platform developer conferences featuring presentations by developers and for developers. The event is open to attendees and presenters of all stripes and experience!
What’s in Store?
- One Day Event
- 40+ Speakers
- 65 Sessions
Jonathan Giles is a software engineer hailing from Palmerston North in New Zealand. Jonathan runs his own blog documenting various Java technologies and sharing the latest news. Jonathan is the tech lead at Oracle in the JavaFX UI controls team, and is also a Java evangelist so you may have seen him active in the Java community and at events.
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We are pleased to announce that Aspose.CAD for Java 1.1.0 has been released. The major developments in this release are the ability to search text within the DWG file and support to convert DGN file to PDF & raster image formats. This release also supports to retrieve block attribute values from within a DWG file and its external references.
Search Text in DWG File
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.PDF for .NET 12.0.0. This release includes number of improvements along with a new Gradient color fill feature. Now we can fill Graph objects with gradient color with the release of this version. We have improved TableAbsorber class along with other bug fixes, reported in earlier releases, that improved the quality of Aspose.Pdf for .NET API. Please check the detailed release notes of Aspose.PDF for .NET 12.0.0, in order to … Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Cells for Android 9.0.0. This release includes a number of new features, enhancements, and bug fixes that further improve the overall stability and usability of the API. Please check the release notes in order to get an idea about what is new and what has been fixed with this revision of Aspose.Cells for Android. If you are planning to upgrade the API from any previous version, we strongly suggest you check … Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Imaging for .NET 4.0.0. The major development in this release is support for converting EMF to WMF metafile image.
Convert EMF to WMF Metafile Image using C#
Aspose.Imaging for .Net now supports converting EMF metafile image to WMF format. Below provided sample code demonstrates how simple it is to convert EMF metafile to WMF format.
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string inputFileName = @"TestEmfPlusFigures.emf"; string outputFileName = inputFileName + ".wmf"; // Load an existing EMF file as
The Phrygia Lab (dokyun.pe.kr) is run by popular Microsoft MVP and blogger Kim Do-Kyun. Kim writes about software and programming tools and helps the Korean developer community stay up to date. Kim is active in the .NET community and often holds talks at various user groups and events.
Aspose loves getting behind developers in the community which is why we are sponsoring Kim and his website. We recommend you go take a look at the latest he has to offer.
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Daedtech.com is home to Erik Dietrich who is a popular developer, writer and pretty much everything else in between! Erik has written a lot of software over the years, having walked the standard advancement track for a software developer from “Software Engineer” on up to “CIO.” After that, he went into business for himself full time, remaining in and around the business of software development. Erik has written a lot of different kinds of software across a lot of … Continue Reading
vJUG24 is a 24 hour non stop virtual Java conference that is streamed online for anyone to attend. The conference will be split into three 8-hour windows covering the Americas, APAC and EMEA and will include regional speakers and regional JUGs participating in every session. The event already has over 1000 RSVPs and normally gains an extra 2000-3000 in views in the days after the event.
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We’re pleased to announce that the new version 6.8.0 of Aspose.Diagram for Java API is now live. The new version includes a variety of new features, enhancements and bug fixes. Using the recent version 6.8.0 or higher, developers would be able to automatically set the color visibility of the layers and add any supported ActiveX control in the Visio diagram. They might also extract the values of inherited fill data for the manipulation purposes. We recommend our clients use the … Continue Reading