Monthly Archives: January 2020
Do you want to display Microsoft Excel worksheets within your web application? Are you looking for an ASP.NET MVC Excel Viewer? If yes, you have landed in an absolutely correct place. In this blog, you will learn how to create an Excel Viewer and display Excel worksheets in ASP.NET MVC applications using C#. After spending a few minutes and following some simple steps you will have your own Excel (XLS or XLSX) Viewer up and running. … Continue Reading
The online HTML to PDF converters allow you to convert single or multiple HTML pages to PDF documents. However, in case you want to perform this conversion programmatically or you need to do a batch conversion of HTML files to PDF, you’ll definitely look for some library or API. So let’s have a look at how to cope with such scenarios.Continue Reading
Barcodes are used to visually represent the data about an object in the machine-readable form. It is more popular to keep the data about products which can be read using the barcode scanners. In order to make it possible to generate and read a variety of barcodes in the PHP based web applications, we have released Aspose.BarCode for PHP via Java – an easy to use PHP barcode generator and reader API which is designed to work via Java … Continue Reading
This article covers various approaches to find and replace text in Word documents using C# in .NET or .NET Core applications.
Find and Replace is quite a useful feature of MS Word to quickly locate and replace the desired text in the documents. It becomes more handy and time-saving when you are working with longer documents. In cases when you need to find and replace text in hundreds of Word documents or you need to automate this process, you’ll definitely … Continue Reading
In this blog, you will learn how to create Outlook email messages (including MSG, EML, EMLX, or MHTML) and send emails synchronously or asynchronously using C# in .NET or .NET Core.
The email has become a primary source of exchanging messages and sharing content such as documents, images, or other types of files. The frequency of using emails is more within the online systems for sharing important notifications or documents with multiple entities. In such cases, preparing a template … Continue Reading
In this article, you will learn how to create Excel XLS/XLSX files programmatically in C# without installing MS Office.
Spreadsheets nowadays have become an essential part of keeping, organizing and analyzing the data. Spreadsheets, such as MS Excel, are capable of doing calculations and sorting, generating graphs or charts, creating budgets, and performing many other accounting or data analysis tasks. Since automated solutions are more in business these days, the trend of creating and manipulating Excel documents (XLS/XLSX) has … Continue Reading
PDF is one of the most commonly used formats for sending the document out to third parties. The reason behind this popularity is PDF’s compatibility across multiple platforms regardless of any hardware/software requirements. However, in some cases, you would want to convert the PDF document into an editable document format. PDF to DOC or DOCX format could be the priority conversion option in such cases. In order to automate the conversion process, this article showcases how to convert PDF to … Continue Reading
Merging multiple PDF files into a single PDF could be useful in various scenarios. For example, you can keep similar documents (i.e. resumes) into a single file or you may want to share a single file instead of a bulk. In order to meet the above-mentioned or similar requirements, in this article, you will learn how to merge multiple PDF files in C#.Continue Reading
The report generation process more often consists of populating the predefined document templates containing the placeholders for desired fields. The reporting engines take the template document as input, populate the placeholders with the data dynamically and generate the resultant reports. This article is also going to showcase a similar use case where you can generate the Word documents by populating the Word templates dynamically and programmatically using Java.
Do you need a simple yet feature-rich Java OMR library? Do you want to recognize optical marks in scanned images? Try Aspose.OMR for Java – A Java class library to perform the Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) operations in Java-based applications. Let’s have a quick walk through the features of the said Java API to see how to recognize optical marks in a variety of image formats and capture human-marked data from surveys, questionnaires or tests containing MCQs.