We are honored to announce the first public release of Aspose.Page for .NET 18.7. The first version of the API is now available and can be downloaded from NuGet Gallery. Aspose.Page for .NET is a .NET library that is built to allow developers to create, edit, and save new as well as existing XPS documents. Various features regarding creating objects in XPS documents, editing shapes and adding transparency have been offered in the first version of the API. We recommend you to have a detailed look over the release notes page of the first version before using it in your .NET applications. Further details about features offered in this release are as follows:
Creating and Manipulating XPS Documents using C#
First version of Aspose.Page for .NET focuses on providing functionality to create and manipulate XPS documents. The following is a list of features which have been demonstrated with examples written in C# over official documentation site of the API:
- Add Gradient in XPS Document
- Add Image inside XPS Documents
- Add Pages to XPS Document
- Add Shapes in XPS Documents
- Manipulate Text inside XPS Documents
- Add Transparent Object inside XPS Document
- Set Opacity Mask
- Add Grid using Visual Brush
Aspose.Page for .NET Resources
As it is always recommended to use the latest releases of our API’s, so we suggest you please download the latest release Aspose.Page for .NET 18.7 and check the following resources which will help you working with API:
- Home page for Aspose.Page for .NET
- Download Aspose.Page for .NET 18.7
- Aspose.Page product family forum– Post your technical questions and queries, or any other problem you faced while running Aspose.Page APIs.
- Aspose.Page for .NET online documentation– help documentation and API reference documents.
- Enable Blog Subscription– Do not limit yourself, you can keep yourself updated with the latest news on Aspose.Page APIs, new features, fixes and other API related topics by subscribing to Aspose.Page blog.
- Aspose.Page for .NET Examples – We have published our code examples on the social coding website GitHub.com. Anyone could explore the code examples for learning purposes.