Tag Archives: Adobe Acrobat
Hello folks, I am about to share some words regarding new and exciting features in the latest release of Aspose.Pdf for .NET 7.9.0. In earlier release versions, we supported Table, Cell and Row classes under the Aspose.Pdf namespace. These provided the capability to create tables inside new and existing PDF files. Now I am pleased to share that we have added support for the FloatingBox class to the Aspose.Pdf namespace. Now you can add floating boxes when creating new … Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Pdf for Java 3.3.0 which provides a better and enhanced XML to PDF conversion feature. In this release, the image transformation engine has been rewritten and is based on ImageIO. The main benefit of the new engine is better support for different image formats and from now on, Aspose.Pdf for Java should work faster due to optimised operations with images.
Besides this, we also have resolved the issues related to image to … Continue Reading
We have released Aspose.Cells for SharePoint v2.0.2 (a hofix).
In this release, we have incorporated enhancements regarding shapes in PDF conversion.
Download and install this hotfix: http://www.aspose.com/community/files/73/sharepoint-components/aspose.cells-for-sharepoint/entry349440.aspx… Continue Reading
Texas, USA – 31 October, 2011 – In October 2011 Aspose released two new products, Aspose.Imaging for .NET and Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint. Both were developed to answer particular needs expressed by our users.
- Aspose.Imaging for .NET gives developers a way to process and draw images in .NET applications.
- Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint allows users to save Wiki pages, lists and list items to PDF from withing SharePoint.
Aspose delivered a number of new products in 2011:
- April saw the launch
Sydney, Australia – 17 October, 2011 – Aspose.Pdf is one of Aspose’s most popular products. The Aspose.Pdf product family already offers products for .NET, Java, SSRS and JasperReports. On all platforms, Aspose.Pdf helps developers convert files to PDF from within their applications, without having Adobe Acrobat installed.
Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint extends this functionality to yet another platform. Aspose.Pdf for SharePoint allows users to save lists, list items and Wiki pages in SharePoint to PDF files.
Many of our … Continue Reading
The new version of Aspose.Pdf for .NET 6.3.0 supports a self contained mechanism of rendering PDF documents into XPS format while using two simple lines of code. This new version also gives you the capability to check either the source PDF document is linearized or not and also you have the leverage to add background image to table cell from a web URL. There has been great improvement in terms of memory management when the requirement comes to export of … Continue Reading
Aspose.PDF for Java 4.0.0 has been published. In this latest version, we have added two new features related to text extraction: extracting text to HTML and getting text formatting information along with extracted text. You can find the details and code samples in the following knowledgebase topics:
- Extract text to HTML file
- Extract text formatting information
In addition to that, we have fixed issues related to PDF flattening, annotation rendering, text replacement, form filling and flattening, PDF to image conversion, … Continue Reading
Our development team has made several improvements to Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services 2.3. The component is now compatible with SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services. Get the leverage to use Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services with SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008. With this version you have the option to integrate with MS SharePoint Services. Our product has become more stable when rendering table of contents to PDF documents.
Be the first to download and start using … Continue Reading
Aspose.Pdf for .NET 6.2.0 is now available for download. In this version, we have improved various areas of the component. You’ll find all the details of the bug fixes, enhancements and new features introduced in the new version in this blog post.
PDF to image conversion performance has been improved in this version along with enhanced shading while rendering images. Adding images in the PDF file is a common requirement which is supported by Aspose.Pdf for .NET; however, in this … Continue Reading
We like to share the release announcement for Aspose.Slides for .NET 5.4.0 that includes added support for implementing chart series markers and TickLables properties of axis. The extended support modifying chart type and adding chart series labels has also been provided in this new release. This is primarily a maintenance release that has improved support for export to PDF. Some of issues related to presentation saving have also been mitigated in the release. Slide cloning along with chart rendering issues … Continue Reading