Aspose Newsletter for September 2013 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 and REST APIs. Aspose for Cloud is a set of flexible, well-structured SaaS APIs for file formats on several platforms. This month Aspose.Cells for Android is introduced, it lets mobile developers create, manipulate & convert M Excel spreadsheets.
Introducing Aspose for Cloud
Have you ever wished that Aspose’s flexible, well-structured APIs were available as SaaS? Now they are. Aspose for Cloud APIs gives developers total control over documents and file formats on all platforms. It interoperates seamlessly with other cloud services. Aspose for Cloud makes it easy for web and mobile app developers to work with Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, Adobe PDFs, OpenDocument formats, and email formats and protocols in their apps. Our REST API can be called from any platform: .NET, Java, Ruby, Salesforce, Amazon, and more. Sign up and try it out .
New Products for Android
The third in our range of Android products is Aspose.Cells for Android. It lets mobile developers create, manipulate and convert Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. Find out complete details about Aspose.Cells for Android .
The fourth Android product is Aspose.Pdf for Android. It lets mobile developers to work with PDF files in mobile applications. Read the release announcement: Aspose.Pdf for Android .
Aspose.Imaging for SharePoint Coming Soon
We’re not just looking at expanding our range of Android products. SharePoint users will soon see Aspose.Imaging for SharePoint, a convenient image conversion plugin for SharePoint. Expect a release announcement shortly: Extract Text from a Presentation using Aspose.Slides for .NET.
The Final Release of Aspose.Pdf.Kit for Java
In April we released an autoported version of Aspose.Pdf for Java. Because it is ported directly from Aspose.Pdf for .NET, it automatically merges Aspose.Pdf and Aspose.Pdf.Kit for Java. As a result, we’ve stopped developing Aspose.Pdf.Kit. The last version, Aspose.Pdf.Kit for Java 4.7.0, was released recently. Find out more .
Get up and running quickly with this tutorial that walks you through creating your very first Aspose.Cells for Android application: Getting Started with Aspose.Cells for Android – your first application. Click here for your first Android application .
One of our users, Philipp Dolder, wrote a Visual Studio debugger for Aspose.Words for .NET. Check it out by clicking here .
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