On Premise APIs for XPS, PS, and EPS – Aspose Newsletter October 2019

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October 2019

 

Product News  Product News

 
 
Aspose.OMR – coming soon for Java

Aspose.OMR has been available for .NET Platform and receiving appreciation since its first release. We are honored to announce its upcoming release for Java Platforms. Aspose.OMR for Java is on its way to get released with exciting set of features which will let Java developers implement OMR functionality in their applications. You will be able to read questionnaires, bubble sheets, multiple-choice answer sheets or any survey programmatically. Read more details here.

 
 
 
SXC and FODS file formats are supported by Aspose.Cells

SXC files are the spreadsheets created by StarOffice Calc. It supports formulas, functions, charts, and macros; also includes DataPilot tables, which can automatically extract and summarize data from raw data sets. SXC files are also compatible with Apache OpenOffice Calc and can be exported in Microsoft Excel or IBM Lotus 1-2-3 formats. FODS files are the spreadsheets saved in the OpenDocument format, but stored as a flat XML file instead of the ZIP container used by .ODS files. It allows the spreadsheet information to be more human readable; also can be an easier alternative than the ODS format for generating spreadsheets automatically without needing a spreadsheet editor. Read more details here.

 
 
 
Convert Markdown to PDF with Aspose.PDF

Aspose.PDF for .NET has been maintaining its usability since the beginning by offering exciting and most appealing features consistently. Speaking of which, a new monthly release of the API has already been rolled out and it does not disappoint you because of useful enhancements and productive features. You can now convert a Markdown data file into PDF using the API. Read more details here.

 
 
 
Zimbra and IBM Notes are now supported by Aspose.Email

Zimbra is an email, calendar and collaboration suite built for the cloud. It includes complete email, contacts, calendar, file sharing, tasks and messaging/videoconferencing – all accessed from the Zimbra Web Client from any device. IBM Notes is the client and IBM Domino is the server of a collaborative client-server software platform. IBM Notes provides collaboration features like email, calendars, to-do lists, contacts management, etc. The database file used by IBM Notes is saved in the Notes Storage Facility (NSF) format. Read more details here.

 
 
 
LINQ Reporting with XML, JSON, and CSV data sources

LINQ Reporting Engine is a powerful API supported by Aspose.Words. It enables you to build reports using an extended set of reporting features. The engine enables you to reference business objects of your application in report templates. You can now use XML, JSON, and CSV data sources to generate reports using LINQ Reporting.  Read more details here.

 
 
 
Track conversion progress for Excel to PDF with Aspose.Cells for PHP and Node.js via Java

You are converting a huge Excel file to PDF, watching the loading screen and waiting for the program to finish the task. A lot of patience is required for this and it seems that there should be something which shows the document conversion progress. Both Aspose.Cells for PHP via Java and Aspose.Cells for Node.js via Java support the features to show the document conversion progress page by page. Read more details here.

 
 
 
.NET Standard version 1.3 discontinued since Aspose.BarCode for .NET 19.7

We have discontinued the support of .NET Standard 1.3, and have removed it from our DLL to make the DLL lighter and manageable. You can use Aspose.BarCode for .NET with all of the .NET standard versions after v1.3. All of the legacy code, function calls and features have been removed for this version. Read more details here.

 
 

Product News  From the Library

 
 
Code Example: Detect Hyperlink Type with Aspose.Cells for Java?

There can be different types of hyperlinks which can be used in an Excel file like external, cell reference, file path and email. Our new release has introduced an enumerator TargetModeType which represents the type of hyperlink. A new property LinkType is introduced in Hyperlink class which returns the hyperlink type using above mentioned enumerator. Read more details here.

 
 
 
Code Example: Create OMR Template from Text Markup using Aspose.OMR for .NET?

Aspose.OMR for .NET provides the option to create OMR template (.omr) files and images by using simple text markup. OmrEngine.GenerateTemplate method that takes the path to the markup text file as a parameter, returns a GenerationResult object which contains the template image and the template (JSON that describes elements' location on the image). Read more details here.

 
 
 
Code Example: Create Accessible PDFs with Tagged Tables?

Tagging tables inside a PDF is quite important as it helps ensure that the data listed is listed out in clear and concise manner. A tagged table makes it easier for users to read content from very long tables with repetitive data and also makes it accessible for any viewers who interact with your content that may be using accessible programs. You can now tag tables in a PDF Document for Accessibility using Aspose.PDF for .NET. For this purpose, it provides TableElement Class. In order to create a table, you can use CreateTableElement() Method of ITaggedContent Interface. Read more details here.

 
 
 
Code Example: Deskew a Scanned Image with Aspose.Imaging?

Skew is an artifact that might appear during document scanning process and it consists of getting the document’s text/images be rotated at a slight angle. It can have various causes but the most common are paper getting misplaced during a scan. Therefore, deskew is the process of detecting and fixing this issue on scanned files. So deskewed images will have the text/images correctly and horizontally aligned. Read more details here.

 
 
 
Code Example: Create Repeating Section Content Control?

MS Word allows you to insert the repeating content control with XML mapping in a Word document. You can insert repeating content control around entire paragraphs or table rows. We have added this feature in the latest release of Aspose.Words. A new enumeration type RepeatingSectionItem has been added for this purpose. Read more details here.

 
 
 
Code Example: Managing Paragraphs with Custom Numbered Lists using Aspose.Slides for C++?

Aspose.Slides for C++ supports managing paragraphs with custom numbered lists. For this purpose, NumberedBulletStartWith property has been added to IBulletFormat. In order to add a custom numbered list inside a paragraph, you first need to access the slide and add an AutoShape. Then you have to access the respective TextFrame of the shape and remove the default paragraph from that. Finally, create the first paragraph instance using Paragraph class, and set NumberedBulletStartWith. Read more details here.

 
 

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Product Releases and Updates

 
 

Aspose.Total for .NET – The latest versions of our .NET APIs packaged into one product suite.

Aspose.Total for Java – The latest versions of our Java APIs packaged into one product suite.

Aspose.Total for C++ – The latest versions of our C++ APIs packaged into one product suite.

Aspose.Total for Android via Java – The latest versions of our Android products packaged into one product suite.

Aspose.Total for Reporting Services – The latest versions of our SSRS products packaged into one product suite.

Aspose.Total for SharePoint – The latest versions of our SharePoint products packaged into one product suite.

Aspose.Total for JasperReports – The latest versions of JasperReports products packaged into one product suite.

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