Aspose Newsletter for September 2010 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. This month’s technical article shows how to manipulate a variety of content in a PDF document. Also several examples of passing data between a webpage and InfoPath form & a demo for adding different type of controls to a worksheet using Aspose.Cells for Java.
Aspose.Slides for SharePoint is released
Converting PowerPoint files to other file formats from within a SharePoint application can be a difficult and time consuming task. The newest addition to our Aspose.Slides family of products, Aspose.Slides for SharePoint , makes it possible easily and quickly. Aspose.Slides for SharePoint allows you to read and convert PowerPoint files in a SharePoint application without using Microsoft PowerPoint. It is aimed at SharePoint developers that need to convert various PowerPoint file formats to PDF, TIFF or XPS formats without losing fidelity. Aspose.Slides for SharePoint is written in C#, easy to install and fast to run.
Aspose.Flash for Reporting Services is a robust .NET solution which allows you to produce SWF and FLV reports in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008 Reporting Services. It can also be integrated with the Microsoft Report Viewer control. Aspose.Flash for Reporting Services is the ideal product for anyone looking to generate SWF and FLV reports in Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. Download the free Aspose.Flash for Reporting Services trial and learn how it can make your reporting tasks a piece of cake.
Technical Article - Insight into the PdfContentEditor class
Tutorial Video - Add different types of controls to a worksheet
In this video tutorial we show you just how easy it is to add different type of controls to a worksheet using Aspose.Cells for Java. We will create a simple Java application and add textbox, checkbox and combo box controls using Aspose.Cells for Java API. Watch the tutorial .
Migration from InfoPath Forms Services to Aspose with Aspose.Form for .NET
You can pass data between a webpage and InfoPath form using both InfoPath Forms Services and Aspose.Form for .NET. Examples of both of these approaches are presented in our migration article. Using Aspose.Form for .NET for this same task is simple and easy to implement. Find out how to migrate to Aspose.Form for .NET .
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