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GroupDocs API news

Posted 09 March 2016 - 06:36 AM

What’s new in this release?

GroupDocs team is pleased to announce the new release of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 3.0.0. It includes a large variety of document formats. Document conversion was never so easy. The legacy 1.1.0 version of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET supported less document formats and required some effort to use. The GroupDocs team reconsidered and revamped the whole architecture, simplified the API and introduced more document and image formats for conversion. This release includes plenty of new features as listed below

• Over 50 document formats are supported for conversion
• No dependency of Web.UI based classes.
• Simplified API, requires less lines of code
• Easy integration in your .NET apps by using a single DLL for all types of documents
• Convert most common image formats to document formats
• Fast conversion
• Less coding effort

Newly added documentation pages and articles

Some new articles have now been added into GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET documentation that may guide users briefly how to perform document conversion.

- Migrating to GroupDocs.Conversion 3.0.0 or Higher: http://groupdocs.com...3.0.0+or+Higher

- Working with Documents Conversion to Image Formats: http://groupdocs.com...o+Image+Formats

Overview: GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET

GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET is an advanced document conversion API developed to convert document formats from within any .NET application. This features-rich library empowers you to work with document conversion operations back and forth over 50 documents and image file formats. Using the document converter API is very simple as it used just one method with set of options to convert between different formats.

More about GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET

- Homepage of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET: http://groupdocs.com...version-library

- Download GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET: http://groupdocs.com...et/default.aspx

- Online documentation of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET: http://groupdocs.com...versionnet/Home

- Video Tutorials for GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET: https://www.youtube....YUXKQ/playlists

- Post your technical questions/queries to GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET Forums: http://groupdocs.com.../showforum.aspx

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Lane Cove, NSW 2066, Australia.
http://groupdocs.com/
sales@groupdocs.com
Phone: +1 (214) 329-9760

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Re: GroupDocs API news

Posted 09 March 2016 - 07:49 AM

I have never heard of you.

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new release of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 3.0.0

You are just updating to .NET 3.0? Uhhhh...

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Posted 09 March 2016 - 08:12 AM

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You are just updating to .NET 3.0? Uhhhh...


3.0.0 is the version of the product, not the Microsoft framework version. The DLL works from .NET 2.0 to 4.5.

GroupDocs creates document collaboration APIs to view, merge, compare, annotate, convert MS Office documents. It is a venture of Aspose.
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Posted 11 March 2016 - 10:19 PM

GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET was recently released with some new features like simplified API, more Microsoft Office and Open Office documents support, easier template syntax etc. We compared it with WindWard, which is a popular report generation engine. We are excited to announce that GroupDocs API excelled in the following areas.

• Less coding effort, only 2-3 lines of code is required to generate a report.
• Only one DLL is required, no need of Microsoft Office to be installed.
• Database, JSON and XML data sources are supported in both, but custom .NET objects can be used only in GroupDocs.
• Both GroupDocs and WindWard supports formulas and sequential data operations (filtering, ordering, grouping etc). With GroupDocs.Assembly, you can use type member invocation and built-in data relation functions.
• GroupDocs.Assembly really excels in supported document types. WindWard supports only popular Microsoft Office documents, whereas GroupDocs.Assembly can work with most Microsoft Office and Open Office documents. Below is the supported documents list
• Word processing documents: WindWard (DOCX, RTF, WordML). GroupDocs.Assembly (DOCX, DOCM, DOTX, DOTM, DOC, DOT, Flat OPC, RTF, WordML, ODT, OTT)
• Spreadsheet documents: WindWard (XLSX). GroupDocs.Assembly (XLSX, XLSM, XLTX, XLTM, XLSB, XLS, XLT, SpreadsheetML, ODS)
• Presentation documents: WindWard (PPTX), GroupDocs.Assembly (PPTX, PPTM, PPSX, PPSM, POTX, POTM, PPT, PPS, ODP)
Download the source code from GitHub and see the comparison program in action.
Overview: GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET
GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET engine is a set of document automation and reports generation APIs designed to create custom documents from templates. The .NET reporting engine intelligently assembles the given data with the defined template document, and generates output document based on the data source in the same format as of the template document format.

More about GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET
• Homepage of GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET: http://groupdocs.com...ssembly-library
• Download GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET: http://groupdocs.com...et/default.aspx
• Online documentation of GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET: http://groupdocs.com...ssemblynet/Home
• Video Tutorials for GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET: https://www.youtube....CGWFw/playlists
• Post your technical questions/queries to GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET Forums: http://groupdocs.com.../showforum.aspx

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http://groupdocs.com/
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Posted 25 March 2016 - 10:45 AM

Try our new plugin for Microsoft Visual Studio to quickly run the examples of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET. You just need to download one MSI setup file and let it do the rest for you. Once the plugin is installed in Visual Studio, you can go to File – GroupDocs – New Example Project menu. It will automatically create a new project, download the required dependencies and set the DLL references. You can now run the examples to view Office documents Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and other supported file types in your .NET application.

Watch the YouTube video for quick instructions.

Features of the Examples Plugin

• Download the example source code directly
• DLL references are set automatically
• Supports latest version of Visual Studio 2015 and backwards compatible till 2010
• Both C# and VisualBasic examples can be downloaded
• Saves time

Download the source code from GitHub, CodePlex or Visual Studio Gallery.

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Re: GroupDocs API news

Posted 06 April 2016 - 04:12 AM

GroupDocs.Conversion can process large and complex documents. Although, the conversion is performed at high speed, thanks to the native file format implementation. But, for very large and complex documents, it may take some time to convert them. In the latest release 3.1.0, we added a new method to monitor the conversion progress.
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Another new feature is introduced to know whether we can convert a document into our desired format or not. Read this article for details. There are 50+ document types which are supported. Word to PDF and vice versa conversion was there from the beginning. But, do you know that we also do PDF to Excel, PowerPoint and images as well!! It is recommended to call this method before conversion, to know whether it is supported or not.
For more updates on this version, continue reading here.

Overview: GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET

GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET is an advanced document conversion API developed to convert document formats from within any .NET application. This features-rich library empowers you to work with document conversion operations back and forth over 50 documents and image file formats. Using the document converter API is very simple as it used just one method with set of options to convert between different formats.

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Posted 06 April 2016 - 05:52 AM

You can view all the supported documents as HTML or image using our GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET API. It is very easy to implement an online document viewer using just a few lines of code. And you will be able to render Microsoft Office, PDF and all other supported documents in your ASP.NET based website. In the latest release v3.1.0, you can add a watermark when you render a document as HTML or image. This release also includes the following features

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Features of the New Release v3.1.0


  • Applying image watermark
  • Email document loading by passing load options
  • Add required html markup for email documents
  • Localize exception messages
  • Use output stream for convert page operations
  • Image converter re-sizing
  • Converter post-processing actions


Overview: GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET is a powerful documents viewer API for rendering over 50 documents and image formats within your .NET applications. It rasterize documents and images both, renders text and converts them to SVG+HTML+CSS – offering a high fidelity true-text, native document rendering.

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