Seven Good Reasons to Migrate to Merged Aspose.Pdf for .NET

You’re probably aware of the fact by now that merged Aspose.Pdf for .NET has been released. Our development team has been putting a great deal of effort into merging the two PDF components we offered, and improving the mechanism along the way. The main motivators for the merger of both Aspose.Pdf for .NET and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET were the suggestions and the requirements we have been receiving from you for quite some time.
July 9, 2011 · 3 min · Shahzad Latif

Merged Aspose.Pdf for .NET Has Also Got Improved Documentation

We released merged Aspose.Pdf for .NET last week. I have already discussed that how we have improved the ‘PDF Engine’ to provide better results, along with introducing the DOM API for processing PDF files. In this post, I’m going to share that how we have improved the documentation. Starting Point The documentation is mainly divided into four sections: Product Information, Programmer’s Guide, Knowledge Base, and Aspose.Pdf for .NET API Reference. The product information section contains getting started guide as usual, including product overview, installation and licensing information.
July 4, 2011 · 3 min · Shahzad Latif

First Version of Merged Aspose.PDF for .NET is Now Available for Download

I’m very much pleased to announce the release of the first version of the long-awaited merged Aspose.Pdf for .NET. In this merged version, we have combined Aspose.PDF for .NET and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET. We have introduced a completely new DOM API as well to manipulate the PDF files. Please get a detailed idea from the post titled Introduction to Merged Aspose.PDF API. Now, you can use a single component to create new PDF files from scratch or edit existing PDF files.
July 1, 2011 · 3 min · Shahzad Latif

Continuous improvement to Aspose.Pdf for .NET creates a new product

Sydney, Australia - 1 July, 2011 - Aspose.Pdf for .NET and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET can be used separately or together to create and edit PDF files. Aspose.Pdf for .NET allows developers to create PDF files from within their applications while Aspose.Pdf.Kit for .NET allows them to edit existing PDF documents. Both products are included in Aspose.Total for .NET, Aspose’s complete file management .NET program suite and are often used with other Aspose products.
July 1, 2011 · 3 min · Caroline Von Schmalensee

Video tutorial - Migrate your current Aspose.Pdf for .NET code to new Merged API

As a sequel to our previous blog posts announcing the release of new Merged Aspose.Pdf API (which is expected to be rolled out by the start of next month July), this blog post presents a video tutorial on migrating your existing code based on Aspose.Pdf for .NET to new Merged Aspose.Pdf for .NET API. Just a recap before I proceed further, this new component will have all the features currently available in Aspose.
June 15, 2011 · 2 min · Codewarior

Migrating from Legacy Code to Merged Aspose.PDF for .NET

As we’re moving close towards the release of the merged Aspose.PDF for .NET, it is better to share some details regarding the migration of legacy Aspose.Pdf and Aspose.Pdf.Kit code to new merged Aspose.Pdf. In this post, I’ll share with you that how the license for the merged Aspose.Pdf will work. I’ll also elaborate a couple of things which will be helpful while migrating your code from old Aspose.Pdf and Aspose.Pdf.Kit to merged Aspose.
June 11, 2011 · 3 min · Shahzad Latif

Aspose Newsletter June 2011

New Prices Launch July 1st - Buy Now To Beat The Increase Over the past year we’ve introduced a number of new products, our full Aspose.SharePoint range, the very recent addition of Aspose.Diagram for .NET and Aspose.Network for Java as well as the constant updates of Aspose.Total. Going forward we don’t plan to stand still, we’re heavily investing in our full product range as well as R&D to bring you new file format related products that will help make your life easier and revolutionise your applications.
June 1, 2011 · 7 min · Caroline Von Schmalensee

New Aspose.Pdf for .NET - Merged Aspose.Pdf.Kit and Aspose.Pdf: A Sneak Peek!

We recently announced, in our March 2011 Newsletter, that we were going to merge Aspose.Pdf and Aspose.Pdf.Kit into a single Aspose.Pdf product. I’m very much excited to share with you that we have made quite a progress. And in this post, I’m going to give you a sneak peek into the developments so far. This post will give you insights into the new Aspose.Pdf, the reasons for merging both products, and the benefits it is going to provide to the developers.
May 4, 2011 · 4 min · Shahzad Latif