February 4th, 2014, 02:46 AM
Aspose Newsletter for February 2014: New Cloud APIs for Outlook Emails and MS OneNot
Aspose Newsletter for February 2014 has now been published that highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases of its JasperReports exporters, SQL Server rendering extensions, .NET, Java, SharePoint components, Android & REST APIs. It includes information about how StratEx uses Aspose.Words for .NET to generate reports & new API for Android developers to work with MS PowerPoint presentations, an .NET API for programming with Microsoft OneNote files & much more.
Save Time Programming with Files on .NET
Aspose.Total for .NET brings together all Aspose’s .NET tools into one, flexible toolkit. Whatever you want to do – create files, move data from spreadsheets to presentations, add barcodes or create image-rich reports – Aspose.Total for .NET is there to help. Read more .
Coming Soon: Aspose.Email for Cloud
Aspose.Email for Cloud will help developers work with Microsoft Outlook emails in the cloud, accessing and converting emails between formats, and extracting attachments. Like all Aspose for Cloud products, Aspose.Email for Cloud will be easy to work with.
Coming soon: Aspose.Note for .NET
They are working on Aspose.Note for .NET, an API for programming with Microsoft OneNote files. The initial release will read and convert the OneNote format, making it possible for developers to open notes and share them across an organization as image files.
Aspose.Slides for Android
Aspose.Slides for Android brings the flexible, powerful features of Aspose.Slides for .NET and Java to the Android platform. Developers can work with Microsoft PowerPoint presentations on Android, creating and manipulating slides and presentations, including slide transitions, SmartArt shapes and ActiveX objects. Read more about Aspose.Slides for Android
StratEx uses Aspose.Words for .NET to Generate Reports
StratEx developed a SaaS application and needed a tool that could produce high-quality reports in several formats from Microsoft Word templates. It needed to re-use the templates they already had and work with their existing framework. After some research, they decided to use Aspose.Word for .NET. It fulfilled all their requirements. Read more here .
Whitepaper: the Pitfalls of Microsoft Automation
Many of their customers come with queries after using Microsoft Office Automation. They often find that there are issues with running Office applications server-side. They’ve collected the main issues into a whitepaper and included figures on performance, to share their and their customers’ experience. Download the whitepaper about Microsoft Automation .
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