Aspose Newsletter for August 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 and REST APIs. This month’s technical article shows extracting text from presentation with Aspose.Slides for .NET & migration tip for creating resources and linking them to Tasks using VSTO or Aspose.Tasks for .NET. The video tutorial shows creating PDF from XML.
Introducing Aspose for Android
Last month, we announced the launch of Aspose for Cloud, a series of REST APIs that brings Aspose’s APIs to developers who work with cloud apps. This month, we’re delighted to be able to announce the release of our first Aspose for Android products: Aspose.Email for Android and Aspose.Words for Android. Aspose for Android is a suite of tools that give developers document management features for Android apps. Read the press release. The new products extends our existing document management, creation and conversion features to Android so that software developers working on that platform can add professional document features to their apps. Aspose.Email for Android helps developers program with Microsoft Outlook emails, and Aspose.Words for Android helps them work with Microsoft Word and other word processing documents.
Product Spotlight: Aspose.Total for SQL Server Reporting Services
Aspose.Total for SSRS is a suite of rendering extensions that extend Reporting Services’ native file output formats. If you want to save reports to Microsoft Excel with editable charts, for example, or to Microsoft Word or PowerPoint, Aspose.Total for SSRS is your solution. It incorporates all our SSRS tools, current and future. That’s the great thing about Aspose.Total: it saves you money and, as long as you have a current subscription, it includes all the products on the platform you’ve bought, even if we hadn’t developed them when you bought Aspose.Total. Find out more about Aspose.Total for SSRS .
Technical Article – Extract Text from a Presentation with Aspose.Slides for .NET
Presentations contain text and sometimes, you want to use that text somewhere else, in a document, for example, or a database. Aspose.Slides lets you extract the text not just from slides, but also from slide notes and master slides. This article explains how. Read the complete technical article about Extract Text from a Presentation using Aspose.Slides for .NET.
Tutorial Video – Create PDF from XML with Aspose.Pdf for Java
Aspose.Pdf for Java gives you different options for creating PDF files. One method is to read an XML file and output to PDF. This tutorial video shows you how. First, we create an XML file, then we write a few lines of code that reads the XML and saves it to PDF. Click below to watch the Video tutorial .
Migration Tip – Creating Resources and linking them to Tasks using VSTO or Aspose.Tasks for .NET
Aspose.Tasks lets developers work with Microsoft Project files in their applications. Aspose.Tasks is not the only way to do this: you could use VSTO. Aspose.Tasks is robust and works independently of Microsoft Project and automation, so we think it’s the better solution. This article shows how to create resources and link them to tasks using VSTO and Aspose.Tasks. Read the complete migration tip here. Read the complete migration tip about Creating Resources and linking them to Tasks using VSTO or Aspose.Tasks for .NET.
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