Last week, we had the author of TDD for a Shopping Website LiveProject. Friday at 11am Ranch time, Steven Solomon will be hosting a live TDD session just for us. See for the agenda and registration link
Aspose Newsletter for March 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. This month’s technical article shows adding SmartArt shapes with Aspose.Slides for Java & migration tip for linking Tasks with VSTO or Aspose.Tasks. The video tutorial shows creating charts with Aspose.Cells for Java & ComponentSource Top Five Awards for Aspose.
Just under three years ago, Aspose celebrated 100,000 registered users. We were delighted to have such a large and active community. Now, we’re getting very close to doubling that number. Like last time, we’ll celebrate this milestone with a great prize for user number 200,000. We’re also giving our users another 19 prizes. Every day takes us closer to reaching 200,000 registered users and we expect to announce the winner in the next newsletter. Thank you to everyone in our community for your support and feedback. In January, we ran a sweepstake where the prize was a Developer Small Business license for Aspose.Diagram, Aspose.OCR and Aspose.Imaging. The winner was Enrico Keil, of Keil IT, a German company that provides a variety of IT solutions to their customers. They also design BarcodeOCR, software that automates barcode reading and document processing. Congratulations Enrico! Read complete details complete details .
Aspose Receives ComponentSource Top Five Awards
ComponentsSource is a leading online software vendor. Every year, they put together a list of the best selling companies and products that they work with. There are two categories: Bestselling Publisher Awards, and Bestselling Product Awards. Aspose placed in both categories and collected several awards. Find out more here .
Product Spotlight: Aspose.Cells
Aspose.Cells helps developers work with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets on a number of platforms: on .NET and Java, Aspose.Cells give developers full control over spreadsheet documents, their formatting, content and structure. On SharePoint, it lets users convert documents between different Excel, spreadsheet and data file formats. On Reporting Services and JasperReports, Aspose.Cells extends the native file format support to enable the export of reports, complete with charts, to Excel and other spreadsheet formats. Find out more about Aspose.Cells Product Family .
Technical Article – Adding SmartArt Shapes with Aspose.Slides for Java
Microsoft PowerPoint SmartArt lets users add complex graphics, like org charts and process flows. Aspose.Cells for Java supports SmartArt so that developers can access and work with SmartArt in their applications. The starting point is to add SmartArt shapes to a slide. Click below to read the complete article about Adding SmartArt Shapes .
Tutorial Video – Creating Charts with Aspose.Cells for Java
Charts help visualize data and are used extensively to summarize the information in spreadsheets. Aspose.Cells for Java lets you create charts in workbooks so that you can produce easy to understand and informative reports or models. This month’s video tutorial steps you through the process. Click below to watch the Video tutorial .
Migration Tip – Linking Tasks with VSTO or Aspose.Tasks for .NET
Tasks in Microsoft Project files often depend on other tasks – they are linked. There are different ways of programming with Microsoft Project files: you can link tasks using VSTO, for example. Or you can use Aspose.Tasks which lets you create, link and read tasks independently of Microsoft Office Automation. We compare the two techniques. Read the complete migration tip about Linking Tasks with VSTO or Aspose.Tasks for .NET.
Collect your copy of Aspose Newsletter, March 2013 edition