Monthly Archives: March 2019
The wait is over! The latest version of Aspose.Cells for Java is here. I’m going to walk you through all the exciting features, improvements, and fixes. Don’t worry, you’ll know where you can find everything related to this latest update in a bit, but for now, let’s talk about this new version and see what the team has been up to! Shall we?
Microsoft Excel supports a feature to insert a row using one of the three different options. … Continue Reading
IntelAgree is a contract management platform powered by machine learning. We make contracts easier by speeding up the contract process, offering free electronic signatures, and providing a centralized, searchable contract repository.
Many parts of the contract process (create, upload, negotiate) involve the conversion of large and in-depth documents from one file type to another. At times, we are converting from Word to a PDF, and at other times we are converting from Word to HTML. We needed a … Continue Reading
The chart is a very useful feature to graphically represent or visualize any kind of data in a way to create maximum impact on target audiences. Charts allow users to see the results of the represented data in order to better understand and predict current and future data.
In a Word document, there are various types of charts available to work with based on the needs of users. To make a chart easier to understand, the chart title and axis … Continue Reading
Why do you use NuGet? Apart from being an essential tool for modern development platform, you may bundle it into “packages” that contain compiled code (as DLLs) along with other content needed in the projects that consume these packages. Obviously using the NuGet you can have simple and portable compilation of your codes. Without NuGet, you have to load library for all developers before compiling it on their environments. Surely, for industrialization, it would be simple to have the library … Continue Reading
Corel Metafile Exchange (CMX) is a metafile format that supports bitmap and vector information and the full range of PANTONE, RGB and CMYK colors. This format is used for data exchange in programs that work with vector graphics. It contains image data and also the metadata that describes it. The purpose of this post is to demonstrate how you can export the existing CMX file to other formats (PNG, JPEG, BMP, TIFF) using Aspose.Imaging.
Convert CMX to PNG in C#… Continue Reading
MiniTool Supported Preview, Render and Transformation of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SVG, EPUB, XPS, etc to TIFF, PDF and other formats using APIs
MiniTool Solution Ltd. provides customers with complete business software solutions in the data recovery and partition management industry. We were working on the new update of MiniTool Power Data Recovery which deals with the recovery of various types of files, we badly needed an easy, instant approach to help our users quickly preview these files before the recovery.
About Research Engineers
Research Engineers develop, sell and support engineering software for different kinds of use cases.
We came to Aspose for a reason: we had problems with viewing Microsoft Word documents in our current Java Rich Client project correctly. We show different formats of the document in our plugin viewer but the main format which we use for viewing is Adobe Acrobat. We can view other formats but usually, we convert them to PDF. We used Microsoft Word … Continue Reading
Progetto Adele Uses Aspose APIs for Automated Generation of Word and PDF Files from Predefined Templates
About Progetto Adele
Progetto Adele is a software company operating in the market of logistics and international forwarding. It was founded in 2003 and it is managed by people having a long experience in software development for logistics and forwarding companies. During the past 15 years, Progetto Adele has developed a complete ERP designed for warehouse management, International forwarding shipments, custom declarations, trucking services, air shipments.
Progetto Adele ERP is installed at several Italian forwarding companies (over 100 companies), it … Continue Reading