Jython Code Examples to Deal with PDF Documents using Aspose.PDF for Java

We are pleased to announce “[Aspose.PDF Java for Jython][1] developers who want to utilize [Aspose.PDF for Java API][2] in their Jython applications to deal with PDF documents. Download, Installation and Usage Please check the links below to find instructions on downloading, installing and using Aspose.PDF Java for Jython. Downloads and Installation OR You can download the latest version from: Pypi CodePlex GitHub Aspose.PDF Java for Jython Examples Working With Document Object Adding JavaScript (DOM) Get Document Window and Page Display Properties Get PDF File Information Set PDF File Information Get XMP Metadata from PDF File Optimize PDF Document for the Web Set PDF Expiration Working With Pages Get Page Count of PDF Get Page Properties Concatenate PDF Files Insert an Empty Page into a PDF File Insert an Empty Page at End of PDF File Split PDF File into Individual Pages Delete a Particular Page from the PDF File Update Page Dimensions Working With Text Add HTML String using DOM Add Text to an existing PDF file Extract Text From All the Pages of a PDF Document Working With Document Conversion Convert PDF to DOC or DOCX format Convert PDF to Excel Workbook Convert PDF to SVG Format Convert SVG file to PDF format Aspose.
February 11, 2016 · 2 min · Fahad Adeel

Retain Shadow on Converting Visio Shapes and Detect Glued or Connected Nature of Shapes using Aspose.Diagram for Java 6.0.0

We are happy to let our community know about the changes and newly offered features in our latest version 6.0.0 of the Aspose.Diagram for Java API. For developers, the newly added methods give programmatic access to detect the glued or connected nature of the two Visio shapes. The shadow effect adds a visual impact to the Visio shape. Aspose.Diagram API now supports retaining shadow when converting Visio shapes to any other supported format.
February 2, 2016 · 4 min · Imran Rafique

Identify Glued or Connected Visio Shapes using C# or VB.NET

We’re pleased to announce the new version 6.0.0 of the Aspose.Diagram for .NET API. This version contains new methods that let developers know about shape connections beforehand. They could now get the information, whether two shapes are connected or glued prior to any other manipulation of the Visio shapes, which can result in greater programmer productivity and more concise readable code. The reading capacity of VSSX stencils and preserving shadows of shapes during the export operation have also been enhanced.
January 28, 2016 · 4 min · Imran Rafique