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Font Kerning and Emulation support in Aspose.HTML API

You will be excited to know that Aspose.HTML API now supports Font Kerning. It will notably improve the quality of text rendering. In a nutshell, Kerning is the contextual adjustment of inter-glyph spacing. It is used to adjust the spacing … Continue reading

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Improved image rendering for HTML documents

Image rendering is one of the most widely used feature of Aspose.HTML for .NET API. We have further enhanced this feature with latest release. It enables you to render high fidelity images of your HTML documents. Another amazing addition in … Continue reading

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Merge Templates using Aspose.HTML for .NET

Of all the miracles Po had seen in the time and space of its death, Po thought this–the absorption of another, the carrying of it–was the most bewildering and remarkable of all. – Lauren Oliver, Liesl & Po Many great … Continue reading

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Template Merger with Aspose.HTML for .NET 19.5

Your applications can have wonderful features with Aspose.HTML for .NET 19.5. This version lets you create and manipulate HTML documents even better. We have simplified the API to make it more user friendly as you are at the center of … Continue reading

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Render Documents using Enhanced Splitting Algorithms in C# using Aspose.HTML for .NET

We are pleased to announce February release of Aspose.HTML for .NET 19.2 which can be downloaded from NuGet Gallery to be used in your .NET Applications. This version is basically a maintenance release which includes few internal improvements along with some … Continue reading

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