Aspose.Newsletter February 2019: Enhance Productivity using JDK 11 Compatible PDF API & More
Planning to move PDF applications to Java 11 or 10?
Enhance productivity & performance using JDK 11 compatible PDF API. Aspose.PDF for Java offers native API to generate, manipulate, convert, compress, render, secure and print PDF documents without needing Adobe Acrobat. Developers can also create new PDF documents directly through the API or via XML templates. With just a few lines of code – Convert PDF to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, HTML, images and many other file formats. Download Trial: https://downloads.aspose.com/pdf?utm_source=nl&utm_campaign=nl-feb19&utm_medium=link
Loading Excel workbook efficiently without loading VBA project
Aspose.Cells APIs provide the ability to create, manipulate, convert or render Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. Excel files might have large number of macros but sometimes, it is needed to load worksheets only without loading these VBA projects just like extracting the sheet names from loaded workbook. Aspose.Cells has introduced a filter option LoadDataFilterOptions.VBA within Aspose.Cells for .NET, Java and Android via Java APIs that can load/skip VBA projects.
Use latest version of Aspose.PDF for C++ with new codebase changes
Aspose.PDF for C++ is a native C++ API to create, read, edit or render PDF documents from within C++ applications. The latest version announces entire codebase change, ported from Aspose.PDF for .NET to C++ API this making it more exciting and appealing for developers along with improved performance and stability.
Email API for .NET & Java – Create PST folder hierarchy with string notation
Aspose.Email offers native email formats processing APIs to create, edit, convert and transmit emails without using Microsoft Outlook. This release adds an overload to AddSubFolder(string name, bool createHierarchy) and CreatePredefinedFolder(string name, StandardIpmFolder defaultFolder, bool createHierarchy) functions that enable you to create folder hierarchy using string notation within any type of .NET and Java applications.
Detect archive-based file format and work with AMF files in .NET and Java 3D applications
Aspose.3D API seamlessly supports manipulating 3D documents without using any 3D modeling and rendering software. The latest version now announces support of standard 3D printing format i.e. AMF along with a new feature to detect archive-based file format within .NET and Java applications.
Code Example: Applying custom formatting for Time field and control threshold for TIFF binarization in .NET and Java
Aspose.Words offers market-leading APIs for word documents processing on any platform. Aspose.Words for .NET now supports a new feature to apply custom formatting to Time field as per customer requirements. A new property ThresholdForFloydSteinbergDithering in ImageSaveOptions class is also introduced to control threshold for TIFF binarization within .NET and Java applications.
Code Example: Printing PDF documents using PrintController of Aspose.PDF for .NET
Aspose.PDF for .NET is an advance PDF files processing and parsing API to create, edit, protect and convert PDF documents. The latest release of PDF API offers PrintController class that helps saving a System.Drawing.Printing.PrintDocument as PDF format.
Code Example: Convert Word document to HTML format in SharePoint Apps
Aspose.Words for SharePoint supports converting and combining word documents within Microsoft SharePoint applications. The entire codebase is optimized to improve the overall functionality. Using the latest version – users can convert Word document to HTML format now.
Read dotted barcodes from TIFF images in JasperReports
Aspose.BarCode for JasperReports is a flexible JasperReports and JasperServer extension to generate and display high quality barcode labels in your applications. The latest version adds the ability to read dotted barcodes from Tiff images within JasperReports.
Code Example: Rendering IGES and PLT drawings to PDF in .NET and Java applications
Aspose.CAD APIs allow developers to convert CAD files to PDF, XPS and raster images in .NET and Java applications. The latest version now supports exporting IGES and PLT files to PDF using CadRasterizationOption and PdfOptions.
Updates about new product releases
1. Aspose.Total for .NET - a compilation of Aspose latest .NET products.
2. Aspose.Total for Java – a compilation of Aspose latest Java products.
3. Aspose.Total for Android – all the latest versions of Aspose Android APIs.
4. Aspose.Total for SharePoint – a compilation of Asposelatest SharePoint products.
5. Aspose.Total for Reporting Services – a compilation of our latest Reporting Services products
6. Aspose.Total for JasperReports – The latest versions of Aspose JasperReports products.
7. Aspose.Total for C++ – The latest versions of our C++ products packaged into one product suite.
8. Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 18.12 – Upgraded Aspose.Words for Reporting Services to Aspose.Words for .NET 18.12.
9. Aspose.Slides for .NET 18.12 – Improved fonts and EMF images rendering.
10. Aspose.Diagram for .NET and Java 18.12 – Improved conversion of VISIO diagrams to PDF, PNG and GIF file formats.
11. Aspose.Words for JasperReports 18.12 – Upgraded Aspose.Words for JasperReports to Aspose.Words for Java 18.12 and fixed issue related to table cell height.
12. Aspose.Tasks for .NET 19.1 – Fixed reported issues and improved reading MS Project files.
13. Aspose.Slides for Java 18.12 – Improved PowerPoint file formats rendering issues.
14. Aspose.Note for .NET 19.1 – Improved refactor rendering for underline text and rich text while saving .ONE documents to PDF.
15. Aspose.Slides for C++ 18.12 – Improve EMF/WMF format processing.
16. Aspose.HTML for .NET 19.1 – Improved cascading style sheets (CSS) processing for high fidelity rendering.
Collect a copy of Aspose Newsletter, February 2019 edition
- Collect the English version of this newsletter: https://blog.aspose.com/2019/02/01/working-with-file-formats-management-apis-aspose-newsletter-february-2019/
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