July 8th, 2009, 11:59 AM
Aspose.Newsletter: Extract OLE Objects from Workbook
Aspose publishes July 2009 Newsletter for .NET & Java programmers by highlighting the newly supported features by Aspose.Network, Aspose.Words, Aspose.Tasks, Aspose.Flash, Aspose.Slides, Aspose.Form, Aspose.Words for Reporting Services, and Aspose.Words for JasperReports. We will also provide information about migrating your code for MS Office Automation to Aspose using Aspose.Pdf. You will learn about the latest news from Aspose along with the monthly technical article, which demonstrates how to extract OLE Objects from Workbook using Aspose.Cells. In addition to this, we will introduce the latest tutorial video from Aspose, which provides a jump start for using Aspose.Pdf for .NET.
Aspose.Network is a suite of flexible and easy-to-use .NET components for professional network programming, which includes not only the implementations of most of the major network protocols but also lots of utility classes to facilitate the common development tasks. Complement of System.Net from Microsoft, Aspose.Network aims for providing a more comprehensive and complete solution for professional network application development on .NET platform. Aspose.Network also provides classes and algorithms which offer a simple, standards-based interface that can support time-oriented Recurrence Patterns or schedules, the central concepts of which are coherent with the iCalendar RFC (2445). Aspose.Network enables .NET programmers to concentrate just on their business logic by hiding the complexities of network programming, network protocols and other implementation details. Take the time to download the free evaluation version today to see how Aspose.Network can work for you.
Aspose announces Q2 2009 releases of Aspose.Total
Aspose is proud to announce the Q2 2009 releases of its suite products, Aspose.Total for .NET, Aspose.Total for Java and Aspose.Total for Reporting Services. The Q2 releases of Aspose.Total include several new features and updates for all product lines to help developers in building more reliable and robust solutions with less effort. For more information please consult the official press release. The latest version of Aspose.Total for .NET and Java can be downloaded from here and that of Aspose.Total for Reporting Services can be downloaded from here.
New DOCX fixes in Aspose.Words for Java
The latest version 3.0.1 of Aspose.Words for Java has been released. This release includes two critical DOCX bug fixes. Images were being resized during DOC->DOCX->DOC roundtrip under some European locales that used comma as decimal symbol, this is now fixed. Microsoft Word 2007 SP2 reported that the file was created using a newer version of Microsoft Word, this has also been fixed. For more information you can view the official release page and the relevant blog post. The latest version of Aspose.Words for Java can be downloaded from here.
MS Project 2007 MPP format supported by Aspose.Tasks
Aspose.Tasks for .NET version 2.1.0 has been released. This latest version of Aspose.Tasks for .NET includes support for MS Project 2007 MPP file format and offers a new common API for all supported formats MPP2003, MPP2007 and XML. In addition to this, the new release also includes numerous other improvements and bug fixes. For detailed information you are requested to view the official release page and accompanying blog post. The latest version of Aspose.Tasks for .NET can be downloaded from here.
Exporting frames to images and support for Flash v8, v9 and Flash Lite in Aspose.Flash for .NET
The latest version 2.0.0 of Aspose.Flash for .NET has been released. This release supports Flash v8 and v9 as well as Flash Lite. Now Aspose.Flash fully supports Flash v8 and v9 and users can easily manipulate their SWF files that are generated using these versions of Flash as well as create or manipulate Flash Lite files. For more information please consult the official release page and the relevant blog post. Earlier, version 1.6.2 of Aspose.Flash for .NET had been released which offered an exciting new frame rendering feature that enabled users to export a specific frame from their SWF file to any image format. For more information please consult the official release page and the relevant blog post. Also included with these releases are numerous improvements and bug fixes. The latest version of Aspose.Flash for .NET can be downloaded from here.
Greater access within PPTX files with Aspose.Slides for .NET
Aspose.Slides for .NET version 3.1.0 has been released. In this release we have added several new PPTX features like allowing access to document properties, tags, OLE objects, audio and video clips etc. We have also fixed many problems in both PPT and PPTX presentations processing and have improved PDF rendering. In addition to this, the new release also includes numerous other improvements and bug fixes. For more information, you are requested to view the official release page and the accompanying blog post. The latest version of Aspose.Slides for .NET can be downloaded from here.
Choice Group control and new data binding features supported by Aspose.Form for .NET
The latest version 2.0.0 of Aspose.Form for .NET has been released. This release supports “Choice Group” control and binding to xml file as a result of which Aspose.Form now supports all the data sources that are supported by Microsoft’s InfoPath 2007. For more details, please consult the official release page and the relevant blog post. Earlier, version 1.9.1 of Aspose.Form for .NET had been released which included exciting new data binding features allowing users to bind their InfoPath forms to the data sources like Database Server Tables, SharePoint Lists and Web Services. For more details, please consult the official release page and the relevant blog post. Also included with these releases are numerous improvements and bug fixes. The latest version of Aspose.Form for .NET can be downloaded from here.
New SpacingFactor configuration setting added to Aspose.Words for Reporting Services
Aspose.Words for Reporting Services version 3.0.4 has been released. This release introduces the new SpacingFactor configuration setting which allows you to reduce the spacing between report (document) items thus making page contents more compact. This prevents contents from "flowing" off the page and pushing the ending page break to the subsequent page which caused excessive (usually blank) pages to appear. Numerous other improvements and bug fixes have also been incorporated into this release. For more information, you are requested to view the official release page and the accompanying blog post. The latest version of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services can be downloaded from here.
RTF and ODT supported by Aspose.Words for JasperReports
The latest version 1.1.0 of Aspose.Words for JasperReports has been released. In this release, you will find the support for two additional export formats - Rich Text Format (RTF) and OpenDocument Text (ODT), as well as exporting of lines and rectangles. This release also introduces the SPACING_FACTOR parameter. This parameter allows you to decrease spacing between report elements. Also included with this release are numerous improvements and bug fixes. For more information please consult the official release page and the relevant blog post. The latest version of Aspose.Words for JasperReports can be downloaded from here.
Migration from MS Office Automation to Aspose – Aspose.Pdf
In this month’s newsletter we include information for migrating to Aspose.Pdf your Microsoft Office Automation code for converting a Word document into PDF. You can find the detailed article with complete code here.
Technical Article – Extract OLE Objects from Workbook
In this article we provide developers with a detailed understanding of how to extract OLE Objects from a Workbook. We create a console application in Visual Studio.NET, perform the extraction of different OLE objects from a Workbook with a few and simple lines of code using Aspose.Cells API.
Tutorial Video – Getting Started with Aspose.Pdf
In this video tutorial, we will provide a jump start for using Aspose.Pdf for .NET. In this simple demo you would see how to install and use Aspose.Pdf component in your application. You can view the video here.
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