Aspose.Newsletter January 2014: Product Updates & ...
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Aspose Newsletter for January 2014
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 & REST APIs. It includes information about News & Offers from Aspose, how developers can generate & recognize a long list of linear, 2D & postal barcodes with Aspose.Barcode for Cloud, the availability of new Java API for Project Management & much more.
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Welcome to 2014: 2013 in Review
Happy New Year! 2013 was a busy year and saw Aspose release another two product lines, Aspose for Cloud and Aspose for Android. As well as developing new lines, we continued to streamline the products we already have by adding features and porting .NET to Java to ensure that users on both platforms have access to the same features.
New: Aspose.Tasks for Java
Aspose.Tasks is now available for Java. The API exposes the Project file format so that developers can perform the same tasks programmatically that Microsoft Project users do manually. The API lets developers create, manipulate and convert MPP files independently of Microsoft Office Automation.
Coming Soon: Aspose.Slides for Android
Aspose.Slides for Android gives Android developers the same features for creating, manipulating and converting Microsoft PowerPoint presentations as our other Aspose.Slides APIs. If you want to work with presentations on Android, this API speeds up development, keeps your code tidy and gives you a flexible presentation programming toolkit.
Create a Barcode with Aspose for Cloud
With Aspose.Barcode for Cloud, you can generate and recognize a long list of linear, 2D and postal barcodes. This sample code shows you how to get started by creating a simple Code128 barcode and saving it to a PNG file.
Add Bookmarks to PDF Documents with Aspose.Pdf for .NET
Aspose.Pdf for .NET lets .NET developers work with PDF files independently of Adobe Acrobat Automation. This tutorial video shows how to programmatically add bookmarks to a PDF in a few simple steps.
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