Category Archive: Aspose.Diagram Product Family
You can print Diagram documents like VSDX, DWG, VDW, VSTX programmatically using C#. Aspose.Diagram for .NET API can be integrated into your .NET-based applications to work with Microsoft Visio files. Please refer to the following use cases for printing diagram documents,
Microsoft Visio drawings are frequently used in organizations for different design purposes. You can convert a Visio Diagram file to an image format programmatically using C#. This conversion is helpful because images can be shared and previewed easily as compared to the drawing formats VSD, VSDX, etc
Microsoft Visio Diagrams are used for creating or manipulating technical drawings. You can convert Visio Diagrams in VSD, VSDX, VDX, and several other supported file formats to an HTML Webpage, SVG Image, or an XPS file programmatically using C#.
Microsoft Visio files can contain different pages, masters, shapes, layers, and other objects for creating diagrams. You can easily create, edit, or manipulate Microsoft Visio Diagram Files in your Java applications. Likewise, you can protect or unprotect a Visio file or its shapes to avoid any changes to the data.
MS Visio is a widely used application for creating a multitude of diagrams such as flowcharts, business flow diagrams, etc. However, in various cases, you may need to convert the diagram files to other file formats. For example, when sharing the diagrams you can convert them to a PDF file. On the other hand, you can convert a diagram to an image for embedding it into your web or desktop application. In this article, we will target Visio diagram to PDF conversion programmatically. Particularly, you will learn how to convert VSDX or VSD files to PDF using C#.
MS Visio is a popular application that lets you create a wide range of diagrams such as flowcharts, data flow diagrams, business process models and etc. VSDX is the file format that MS Visio uses to store the diagrams. In order to automate VSDX manipulation, this article provides you a basic tutorial of how to create VSDX diagrams from scratch in C#. Furthermore, it covers how to insert pages, shapes, and text in the VSDX diagrams from within .NET applications.
In my previous post, I have demonstrated how to create MS Visio diagrams from scratch in Node.js applications. In this article, I’ll show you how to use Aspose.Diagram to export or convert MS Visio diagrams to various popular file formats in Node.js applications.
The conversion of Visio diagrams could be useful in various scenarios. You can convert a diagram to HTML or JPEG/PNG image to display it on a web page or in a Visio document viewer. Similarly, Visio … Continue Reading
Aspose.Diagram for Java is a feature-rich Java API for manipulating Visio diagrams programmatically without requiring Microsoft Visio. The API supports working with popular Visio formats including VSD, VSDX, VDX, VSDM, VSSM, and VSSX. Recently, we have leveraged the capabilities of Aspose.Diagram for Java and made it possible to implement MS Visio automation features in Node.js applications. These features let you create, manipulate, convert & process MS Visio diagrams within your Node.js application.
Microsoft office is one of the most powerful drawing tools in the market. If you want to work with it programmatically and develop Add-Ons, it becomes a hassle. Often times it becomes even hard to perform a basic task – like drawing a shape inside a page. Well, you don’t need to worry much! It’s as easy as pie when you draw shapes using Aspose.Diagram for .NET.
Using Aspose.Diagram for .NET, you can not only draw basic but complex … Continue Reading
We at Aspose are excited to announce December Release of Aspose.Diagram API which has been rolled out for download and to be used in .NET and Java Applications. In this revision of the API, several enhancements have been incorporated as well as various fixes to earlier reported bugs have been included. In case you are planning to update to the latest version of the API, you can please download it using the links below:Continue Reading