Advanced HarfBuzz Shaper based Typography Supported by Aspose.Words for Java 19.9

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Today, I will highlight the major features introduced in Aspose.Words for Java 19.9 release:

OpenType Fonts and Kerning Features Supported

OpenType is a font format for scalable computer fonts and introduced to provide better support for languages and writing systems as compared to PostScript and TrueType. We have added TextShaperFactory property in LayoutOptions class. This property is used to get or set ITextShaperFactory implementation used for Advanced Typography rendering features. How does this feature work? It’s very simple. Please check the code example and detail in the following article.
How to Use OpenType Features

Create Repeating Section Content Control

The repeating section content control allows repeating the content contained within it. Using Aspose.Words for Java, the structured document tag nodes of the repeating section and repeating section item types can be created and for this purpose, SdtType enumeration type provides REPEATING_SECTION_ITEM member. The following code example demonstrates how to bind a repeating section content control to a table.

LINQ Reporting using XML, JSON, and CSV Data Sources

The LINQ Reporting engine of Aspose.Words for Java now enables you to reference business objects of your application in report templates. We have added XmlDataSource, JsonDataSource, and CsvDataSource classes in this release to use XML, JSON, and CSV as data sources to generate reports using LINQ Reporting. Please read the following articles for complete detail of this feature.

Create and Modify VBA Macros

The following code example demonstrates how to modify VBA Macros from the document using the VbaModule.setSourceCode() property.

Link Custom Document Property to Bookmark

Aspose.Words for Java now provides a method CustomDocumentProperties.addLinkToContent(String, String) to create a new ‘linked to content’ custom document property which returns the newly created property object or null if the link source is invalid. The following code example demonstrates how to configure the link to a content custom property.

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