Draw Shapes in Visio Page using C# with Aspose.Diagram for .NET

Microsoft office is one of the most powerful drawing tools in the market. If you want to work with it programmatically and develop Add-Ons, it becomes a hassle. Often times it becomes even hard to perform a basic task - like drawing a shape inside a page. Well, you don’t need to worry much! It’s as easy as pie when you draw shapes using Aspose.Diagram for .NET. Using Aspose.Diagram for .
September 5, 2019 · 2 min · Aliahmad

Enhanced Gradient Color and Text Rendering of Visio Shapes in C# .NET

We are pleased to announce that the new version 18.5 of Aspose.Diagram API is now live. The recent version 18.5 has included improvements to preserve the actual gradient color of Visio shapes on running export operations. The enhancements have been made to normalize the magnified text characters during VSD to image export and preserve the missing OLE objects. The recent version 18.5 also covers the regular bug fixes. We recommend our client use the latest upgrade of Aspose.
June 4, 2018 · 2 min · Imran Rafique

Read Comments from VSD Diagrams, Preserve Connection Points of Shape and Render Subscript or Superscript Text using Aspose.Diagram for .NET 6.5.0

[![Aspose.Diagram for .NET logo][1] is now live. This new version is a maintenance release. It comes with the general improvements for stability along with the regular bug fixes. It gives robust updates in reading comments from VSD diagram, retrieves connection points of shape from VSS stencil and brings improvements in the rendering of text styled as subscript or superscript. We recommend our clients upgrade old version of Aspose.Diagram API to this latest one.
June 17, 2016 · 5 min · Imran Rafique

Dealing with MS Visio Documents within Ruby

Aspose.Diagram for Java is an easy-to-use, high-performance and well-documented library that works with VSD, VSDX, VSS, VST, VSX, VTX, VDW and VDX files in Java applications without the need to rely on Microsoft Office Visio®. It allows developers to open files and manipulate the elements of the diagram or create a diagram from scratch and place various elements, from lines and fills, to more complex elements, and then export to VDX, VSX, VTX, XPS, HTML, SVG, SWF, XAML, image or PDF formats.
October 30, 2015 · 2 min · Masood Anwer