Monthly Archives: May 2019
As you know, Rome wasn’t built in one day, similarly, we are achieving new heights by adding more and more features set to Aspose.Cells in each new release. This time we have introduced new features like cut/paste, threaded comments and adding Web extensions. Resolving issues is another constructive phenomenon which takes place in all the releases. I think no more need to extend this startup and let us start reviewing what is there in this release. Isn’t it?
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Guys, in the blog you will learn how to use and implement some advanced rather useful features you would like it. Many of you already know there is a new style of comment (called Threaded Comments) introduced in Excel for Office. MS Excel threaded comments allow you to string several comments together, including comments from other users, to form a conversation style thread you will like. Similarly, in various situations you need to insert rows/columns/cells in MS Excel spreadsheets. Aspose.Cells … Continue Reading
Hi guys! I am back with an all-new blog to give you a walk through of the latest Aspose.CAD for .NET/Java 19.5. As a standard practice, the Aspose team publishes both .NET and Java-based API having the same features sets simultaneously. I will be giving you an overview of what new features have been included in API along with example code to use them.
One important feature included in Aspose.CAD for .NET 19.5 is support for .NET Core. With this … Continue Reading
The wait is over guys! We are pleased to announce the new release of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 19.2. We added support of SQL Server 2019 in this release and upgraded it to Aspose.Words for .NET 19.2. Now, you can export RDL/RDLC to DOCX, DOC, TXT, etc. within Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services 2019.
Moreover, we added another feature to export the space after/before the properties of the paragraph in the output Word document. Last but not least, the … Continue Reading
Guys, lets check out what’s new for you in Aspose.Words for Java 19.4 release.
Cold Startup Time Improved
Starting from this version, we have improved cold startup time by 10% and also reduced the parsing time of Fields during a MailMerge operation.
Additional Text Positioning Operators
To overcome the issues with inaccurate text positioning with some printers, the AdditionalTextPositioning flag can be used which specifies whether to write additional text positioning operators or not. The downside is the increased PDF … Continue Reading
Hello Guys! In today’s blog, I am going to give you walk through of many new exciting features and enhancements carried out in latest Aspose.Email 19.4. The best thing about Aspose team is that it publishes both .NET and Java based API having same features sets every month simultaneously. This way, the users of both API’s can make use of new features irrespective of application and platform type. In following sections, I will shed some light on new features available … Continue Reading
As a business, we recently embarked on a journey of developing our own web apps to help our customers and streamline some of our internal workflows. Having employed an internal software developer, we started building an application to help our customers (typically trainers, coaches, consultants and facilitators) access high-quality workshop content that was professionally designed and easy to use.
Our goal was to create a system that managed our several thousand workbook activity pages and create a marketplace for thought … Continue Reading
You cannot deny some useful features of NuGet repos. 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 on NuGet gallery.
Previously we included 64-bits lib (for VS2017) package in NuGet repos. But there was a drawback in it for certain users. We found x64 based program (using … Continue Reading
So when we talk about some GIS API, rendering advanced map files seems to be the first thing which comes in mind. Good news is that the new release Aspose.GIS for .NET 19.4 contains this feature. This is not all about this release as there are many other upgrades as well. You should go through the release notes to get a complete list of what is new and fixed. Let us see what is inspiring there in this release.
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Hi guys! We are pleased to announce the new release of Aspose.Words for .NET 19.5. After reading this blog, you will be able to work with paragraph style separator, smart style behavior while joining documents, line spacing of font, get the field’s result that has no field separator node, load fonts from stream, and DML text effect. Interesting, isn’t it?
Let’s check out these features one by one.
Added Overload of AppendDocument Method With Additional ImportFormatOptions Parameter
We added … Continue Reading