March 2013 Edition of Saaspose.Newsletter is Out Now
Joined: Jul 04, 2012
Saaspose Newsletter for March 2013 has now been published that highlights all newly added information, exciting new features & informative blogs about Saaspose APIs & SDKs. This month Saaspose.Words, Saaspose.Pdf & Saaspose.OCR have introduced new features for extracting text from images, protecting and unprotecting documents, convert presentations & manipulate MS Word documents, manipulate PDF Files in PHP, convert PDF files and manipulate presentations & many more.
Tip of the Month: Use Saaspose.SDK Demo Application for Android
We appreciate your feedback and suggestions that help us improve our services for a better experience of document manipulation. We have recently released Saaspose SDK for Android to facilitate the Android developers around the world. Now you can enjoy a variety of features for document manipulation in the cloud. For instance, using Saaspose APIs, you can extract text from documents, calculate formula in worksheets, convert PDF to images, extract images and slides from presentations and perform many such operations on the documents in your Android applications. You can integrate the features in your applications through simple steps, all you need to do is download the required SDK and enjoy using a variety of features for your document processing requirements. Stay tuned to our blog, and newsletter for latest updates on Android SDKs and the release announcements. Click here to view more about Saaspose.SDK Demo Application for Android .
During the month of February 2013, we have added many examples for various features of Saaspose file format APIs in our documentation. These examples have been added in Saaspose.Words, Saapose.Cells, Saaspose.OCR and Saaspose.Pdf. You can utilize these examples in PHP to incorporate features in your applications such as protect documents, get document properties, get image count, create PDFs from HTML templates etc. You may view a complete list of examples for each API in the following announcement posts:
During the month of February 2013, we have released a demo application for Android SDK. There is a list of features available for each API on Github and you can download the required SDK. For more details, you may refer to the following announcement: