Aspose publishes January 2010 Newsletter for .NET & Java programmers. It highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases of its JasperReports exporters, SQL Server rendering extensions, .NET, Java and SharePoint components. This month’s technical article demonstrates how to combine multiple workbooks into a single workbook and a separate tutorial video shows how to manually configure Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services with Report Viewer & Visual Studio Report Designer.
Aspose.Form for .NET is a GUI based InfoPath management component that enables .NET web applications to fill and view InfoPath dynamic forms or templates without using Microsoft InfoPath. Aspose.Form for .NET provides a lot of key features such as viewing and filling InfoPath templates and generating data as XML nodes or strings for development purposes. Download the free evaluation version today to see how Aspose.Form for .NET can work for you.
Windows Azure Compatibility
Aspose is strongly committed to supporting the latest and most exciting technology changes. Cloud computing represents a paradigm shift in the way developers will build and deploy their applications in the future. So it is with great pleasure that we can announce that all major Aspose .Net components are compatible with Windows Azure. If you are planning to build the next generation of applications on top of Windows Azure then you can look forward to including the advanced features that the Aspose products offer. Click on the following links for some simple example applications of Aspose products running on Windows Azure, Aspose.Words for .NET, Aspose.Cells for .NET and Aspose.Pdf for .NET.
Migration from MS Office Automation to Aspose – Aspose.Slides for .NET
In this month’s newsletter we include information for migrating your Microsoft Office Automation code, for finding and replacing text in a Presentation without losing the formatting in a Presentation, to Aspose.Slides for .NET. You can find the detailed article with complete code here.