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Word Document Rendering to PDF with Reduced Size & Improved Character Spacing Control using Xamarin Framework

10-05-2017 09:07 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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What's New in this Release?

Aspose development team is happy to announce the monthly release of Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin 17.9.0. There are some important features fixes and improvements part of this month’s release, such as caching of shading patterns for PDF output implemented. The output size of PDF documents with the repeating images (e.g. in header/footer) is now significantly reduced, improved character spacing control handling for Asian text, Improved table grid calculation when a paragraph in a cell has large indents, improved text wrapping in narrow line band when there is a leading tab stop, added feature to set Placeholder Text of Structured Document Tag, added feature to support w:dirty attribute on a field and updating value of SaveDate field just by doing open/save. Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin’ is an advanced Word document processing API to perform a wide range of document processing tasks directly within users native Android applications. Users can integrate this API through Xamarin framework for Android applications. ‘Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin’ API supports DOC, OOXML, RTF, HTML, OpenDocument, PDF, XPS, EPUB and other formats. Users can generate, modify, convert and render documents. The list of new and improved features added in this release are given below

• Caching of shading patterns for PDF output implemented. The output size of PDF documents with the repeating images (e.g. in header/footer) is now significantly reduced.
• Precaching of printer settings implemented. Calling of AsposeWordsPrintDocument.CachePrinterSettings() reduces the time for the first call of Print() method making the sequential calls of Print() method uniform.Metafiles with EMR_ALPHABLEND record with 32bpp ARGB raw bitmap data rendering implemented.
• Improved character spacing control handling for Asian text.
• Improved table grid calculation when a paragraph in a cell has large indents.
• Improved text wrapping in narrow line band when there is a leading tab stop.
• Add feature to set Placeholder Text of Structured Document Tag
• Add feature to support w:dirty attribute on field
• Charts are lost after open/save ODT document (triaged)
• Consider updating value of SaveDate field just by doing open/save
• Print() first call taking more time than subsequent calls
• Document.UpdateFields method causes System.OutOfMemoryException
• Show Placeholder text after removal of SDT runs
• Preserve NUMPAGES fields during HTML round-trip
• Table layout issue in DOCX to PDF
• Black backgrounds appear behind OLE objects in PDF
• A blank page added in generated PDF
• /character spacing control/ Incorrect foreign language character spacing in rendered documents
• VML shape in incorrectly read from HTML
• /character spacing control/ Chinese text renders on next line in HtmlFixed
• /character spacing control/ Chinese text moves to next page after conversion from Doc to HtmlFixed
• Cell's contents are lost after re-saving RTF
• /character spacing control/ Docx to Pdf conversion issue with Chinese text
• Color of mail merge fields is changed after conversion from Docx to Doc/Pdf
• TOC fields are corrupted during open/save RTF
• /character spacing control/ A paragraph wraps to next line in fixed page formats
• Chart is changed to image after re-saving Docx
• Html to Docx conversion issue with table's border style
• Table Top Border missing in PDF
• Mail Merge - Numbered Bullet Points Incrementing
• /compressed punctuation + fullwidth characters/ Character spacing changes after DOCX to JPG conversion
• Long numbers are truncated in DOCX to HTML conversion
• CSS reader incorrectly processes @import rules that don't end with a semicolon
• Move-from/move-to revisions of run properties of a paragraph are not read/written
• Docx to Odt conversion issue with GroupShape size
• Some HTML data is missing in resultant DOCX
• Incorrect text formatting in RTF to HTML conversion
• /compressed punctuation + fullwidth characters/ DOCX to PDF conversion issue with Japanese punctuation mark
• Formatting issue in DOCX with revisions to PDFA conversion
• Justified XHTML text conversion issue
• Incorrect applying fill(Picture or texture) for bevel type of angle.
• /text wrap/ Images not aligned in PDF rendition
• Text Replacement issue with RTL text
• Incorrect applying texture (hardware rendering).
• When DOC is saved as PDF, in Arabic language 500 becomes 050
• StructuredDocumentTag.FullDate is not updating
• Assertions in CellMetrics
• The number of pages increases when saved into odt ott formats
• List number format is not rendered correctly in output PDF
• Aspose.Words throws exception at Windows XP where mscorlib.dll v2.0.50727.42 is installed
• Heading bookmarks are not created after conversion from DOCX to PDF.
• Tables count issue in RTF
• /character spacing control/ DOCX to PDF conversion issue with position of Chinese text
• Formatting issue in DOCX to SVG conversion

Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release

Overview: Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin

Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin is an advanced Word document processing API that allows developers to Create, edit and convert Word documents within Android apps developed using Xamarin framework. Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin API lets users convert any word document to DOC, DOCX, ODT, RTF, HTML, TXT format or PNG, JPEG, SVG or EMF images within Android applications. Conversion is performed by a high-fidelity processing engine which ensures minimal formatting loss. Users can also render (draw) any document page onto an Android Graphic Canvas object.

More about Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin

- Homepage of Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin: https://www.aspose.com/products/words/android-xamarin

- Download Aspose.Words for Android via Xamarin: https://downloads.aspose.com/words/androidxamarin

Aspose Pty Ltd was founded in March 2002 in Sydney, Australia. The corporate portal was firstly launched in October 2002. Aspose strives to provide the richest component choices for global .NET programmers. Thousands of organizations from tens of countries have acquired Aspose products, including Microsoft, IBM, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, DuPont, Hilton Hotels, Reader's Digest, Bank of America, Boeing, Siemens, etc.

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