Exporting to VSDX Format and Convert Shapes into a Group Shape Support using Aspose.Diagram for Java 5.8.0

We’re pleased to announce the new version 5.8.0 of the Aspose.Diagram for Java API. The support of exporting Visio diagrams to Microsoft Visio 2013 VSDX format has been added in this version. Developers can also create diagrams from scratch or modify the existing VSDX diagrams. Aspose.Diagram API now supports grouping a set of shapes and also save diagram into HTML without the toolbar. This release also includes the most recent bug fixes and enhanced retrieval of the diagram properties, layers visibility and auto shape positioning.
December 7, 2015 · 3 min · Imran Rafique

Save Visio Diagram in the VSDX Format and Group Multiple Shapes using C#

We’re pleased to announce the new version 5.8.0 of the Aspose.Diagram for .NET API. It includes the long awaited features of saving Visio diagrams in the latest VSDX format and grouping multiple shapes together to move all at once. Since from this version, developers would be able to read and write VSDX file formats. They would also be able to transform multiple shapes into one group shape. Besides this, we have added support of saving Visio diagrams in the HTML format without the toolbar too.
November 30, 2015 · 3 min · Imran Rafique

.NET 3D Modeing and File Manipulation API - Aspose.3D for .NET 1.0.0

We are pleased to announce the first version 1.0.0 of the new Aspose.3D for .NET API. This addition, in the Aspose APIs, opens a new hole of automatic 3D modeling, brings agility, and enables developers to be innovative and figures out the new ways. As we have narrated in our earlier post that it is a class library and supports FBX and STL formats. For now, it supports FBX (ASCII, Binary) versions 7.
November 23, 2015 · 5 min · Imran Rafique

Introducing Aspose.3D for .NET, a flexible and feature-rich API to work with 3D File Formats

We are pleased to introduce Aspose.3D for .NET, our upcoming newer 3D file format API. For the last few months, the product team has been working over an API to manage file formats used in 3D modelling, Gameware and Computer-aided design and manufacturing according to the global trend. Aspose.3D is a new addition, it is useful in handling 3D file formats. Users will be able to customize 3D scenes, convert 3D files into other supported file formats, and work with graphics objects and their animation tasks.
October 28, 2015 · 2 min · Imran Rafique

Project Timeline Date Formatting and Retrieval of Shape Properties using Aspose.Diagram for Java 5.7.0

We’re pleased to announce the new release version 5.7.0 of Aspose.Diagram for Java APIs. This new release version allows users to format date of the project Timeline specified by date pattern strings. We’ve also added improvement in reference of the recovery of shape’s properties, bug fixes and many other enhancements are incorporated. Set the Date Pattern Strings on a Timeline Visio The timeline template incorporates features those let users align milestones and interims to timeline shapes based on dates.
October 24, 2015 · 2 min · Imran Rafique

Customize Date Formatting of Visio Timeline using C# or VB.NET

We’re pleased to announce the new release version of Aspose.Diagram for .NET 5.7.0. While making a timeline in the Visio drawing, users were not able to customize date formatting. Now onward, they would be able to do so. In addition to that, we have included unsigned Aspose.Diagram libraries for each supported .NET Framework. Our primary goal is to provide quality, performance, and easy to implement the approach. To achieve that goal, we always welcome the feedback of our users and all the evidence they provide to test a failure use case.
October 23, 2015 · 3 min · Imran Rafique

Change Project Milestone in the Visio Diagram using Aspose.Diagram for Java 5.6.0

Today, we’ve finished the rollout of Aspose.Diagram for Java 5.6.0. We’re incorporating small and gradual changes to have a positive usability impact. To lead the goal, we’ve added a new feature in this release. It allows developers to change the milestone of the project on its timeline shape programmatically. We’ve also added optimization, bug fixes and many other enhancements to existing APIs. Change Milestone of the Project Timeline It is a common phenomena in the system development life cycle to list out project milestones and then create a visual mapping of them in a timeline diagram.
September 20, 2015 · 2 min · Imran Rafique

Refresh Specific Milestone and Diagram Export Improvements using Aspose.Diagram for .NET 5.6.0

We’re pleased to announce the new release version of Aspose.Diagram for .NET 5.6.0. It covers a new feature support, to update a particular Milestone content on the Timeline shape. We’re gradually incorporating advance feature operations and also fixing maintenance defects. We have also included many other formatting and Visio diagram export improvements. Update Milestone Dates It becomes an easy approach for users to capture and communicate project milestones with a timeline.
September 15, 2015 · 3 min · Imran Rafique

Get History of OneNote Document Pages using C# .NET

We’re pleased to announce the new release of version 1.9.0 of the Aspose.Note for .NET APIs. Using the Aspose.Note APIs is really not as hard to use as people seem to think. We’re continuously minimizing the programming efforts of our clients. To lead these goals, we have added support of load or unload the entire history of the OneNote document and improved the export of OneNote document to PDF file format.
September 6, 2015 · 2 min · Imran Rafique

Support of SQL Server Express Advance 2008 R2 and UPCA Encoding using Aspose.BarCode for Reporting Services

We’re pleased to announce the new release version 7.2.0 of Aspose.BarCode for Reporting Services. We have added support of Microsoft SQL Server Express Advance 2008 R2. Our Aspose.BarCode for Reporting Services APIs now work perfect with it. There is no special configuration. We have already documented some help topics as follows: Install with MSI Installer, Install Manually and Visual Studio Configuration. In addition to this, we have enhanced UPCA barcode encoding.
August 23, 2015 · 1 min · Imran Rafique