Codebar, Code128, Leitcode, MSI and Other Barcode Symbologies added to Aspose.BarCode for Silverlight
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.BarCode for .NET 4.7.0. In this release, we have introduced some great new features, enhancements to existing product features and resolution of reported issues.
Our greatest achievement in this release is adding support for many new barcode symbologies - including some postal barcode types - for the Silverlight platform. Here is a list of supported types:
Code39Extended Codabar Code128 Interleaved2of5 MSI DeutschePostIdentcode Leitcode AustraliaPost AustraliaPosteParcel SingaporePost OneCode RM4SCC Postnet Planet For more information on what’s new & fixed, read the release notes on the Aspose.
Set up custom export filters for Silverlight Viewer with Aspose rendering extensions
Texas, USA - 26 July, 2011 - Online reports are crucial to many businesses. A well-planned and designed report helps readers visualize data and understand patterns in it. A good report gives insight that helps businesses make the right decisions. Considering how important understanding data is it is unsurprising that there are many powerful reporting and visualization tools on the market. Aspose creates rendering extensions for one of the most popular, Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS).
UPCE, UPCA, EAN128 and Other Barcode Symbologies Added to Aspose.BarCode for Silverlight
We have recently published a new version of Aspose.BarCode for .NET 4.2. In this version, we added new barcode symbologies to Aspose.BarCode for Silverlight component. Some of these include UPCE, UPCA, EAN128 and EAN8.
For release notes and download, please visit http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/.net-components/aspose.barcode-for-.net/default.aspx.
Aspose Newsletter January 2011
Happy New Year! Hello! My name is Danny Cooper and I am a member of the business team here at Aspose. I am located in Texas, and I oversee our North American business operations. For the many members of our audience I have not previously met, I’m glad to meet you.
We, Aspose, have a lot of exciting things planned this year, and one of those things is livening up a bit.