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Aspose.BarCode for JasperReports 1.0.0 Released!
We are happy to announce our brand new product, Aspose.BarCode for JasperReports. It’s a new addition to the Aspose.BarCode family, which contains Aspose.BarCode for .NET and Java and Aspose.BarCode for Reporting Services.
Aspose.BarCode for JasperReports is built on top of Aspose.BarCode for Java, which is a renowned product for server side barcode generation on Java platform. JasperReports is an open source product for report generation. Aspose.BarCode for JasperReports is among one of … Continue Reading
We have just released Aspose.Network for .NET v 4.7.
Aspose.Network now have improved support for connectivity and managing emails on Microsoft Exchange Server. ImapClient and Pop3Client class’ compliance has also been improved on the Exchange Server. This release also contains optimized dlls for x64 platform and some bug fixes.
Download Link: http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/file-format-components/aspose.network-for-.net/default.aspx… Continue Reading
Aspose.Network v18.104.22.168 has been released.
In this release, we improved the performance for iCal file parsing /writing. Many bug fixes were also included.
Please check the download page for the details:
We just released Aspose.Network for .NET v22.214.171.124.
Many new features and enhancements are included in this new version, like sending appointments in email messages. Now you can send an appointment request in email, update the appointment or cancel the appointment. Here is the sample code:Request Apoinment
MailMessage msg = new MailMessage();
msg.From = “firstname.lastname@example.org“;
//attendees for the event
MailAddressCollection attendees = new MailAddressCollection();
attendees.Add(new MailAddress(“email@example.com“));… Continue Reading
The new version Aspose.BarCode for .NET has been released. Many enhancements were made into this release, including improvements for x64 platform.
We also supported International Standard of Application Identifiers (AI) for EAN128 barcode generation, a new enum names EAN128EncodeMode was introduced to set the AI mode, and it will allow you working with the AI,FNC1,brackets for EAN128 more flexible while generating barcodes.
Please check out th latest release here:
http://www.aspose.com/community/files/53/visual-components/aspose.barcode/default.aspx… Continue Reading
We have just released Aspose.Network for .NET v126.96.36.199.
Outlook Message Files (*.msg) reading and writing features has been improved by introducing more new fuctions, like SetMessageFlags and SetStringPropertyValue.
As long as Outlook featuers, Aspose.iCalendar is also integrated into Aspose.Network.
Please check the release note and download the latest bits here:
We are proud to announce the new release of Aspose.Network v188.8.131.52. The long-awaited features for Outlook Message Files (*.msg) Writing have been completed and included in this release. Microsoft Outlook 2003, 2007, and 2008 are supported well.
Another exciting feature in this release is that the Email Message Files (*.eml) is able to convert to Outlook Message Files (*.msg).
You can now easily do the file format conversion in 1 line of code:
For detail documentation of writing outlook message (msg) files, … Continue Reading
Aspose.Network for .NET v184.108.40.206 has been released. We provided more iCalendar feature in this release.
Please check out the downlaod link:
Aspose.Network for .NET v220.127.116.11 comes with .NET framework 3.5 supports.
Moreover, we also improved the Tnef attachment files decoding in this release. You don’t need to care about the Tnef attachments (winmail.dat) in the eml files now. Just use MailMessage to load the file, we will decode the tnef file for you in the background.
Check it out
Aspose.Network for .NET v18.104.22.168 has released.
In this major release, we supported S/MIME protocol features. Now you can add a digital signature to your email message.
Here is the sample code:
// load the certificate and associated private key from a file
X509Certificate2 certificate = X509Certificate2.LoadPfx(“mycer.pfx”, “password”);
// create an instance of MailMessage
MailMessage message = new MailMessage();