Aspose.Newsletter April 2014 is Out: New .NET API for MS OneNote & More
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Posted On:   Friday, April 4, 2014 02:21 AM

<![endif]--> Aspose Newsletter for April 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 how to add MS OneNote capabilities to your Apps using our new .NET API & Integration of Aspose for Java with NetBeans. This month video tutorial shows how to convert a Microsoft OneNote document to PDF & more. Add Microsoft OneNote Capabilities to your Apps With Aspose.Note for .NET you can. Convert to PDF or images, extract text, images and document   More>>

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Aspose Newsletter for April 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 how to add MS OneNote capabilities to your Apps using our new .NET API & Integration of Aspose for Java with NetBeans. This month video tutorial shows how to convert a Microsoft OneNote document to PDF & more.

Add Microsoft OneNote Capabilities to your Apps

With Aspose.Note for .NET you can. Convert to PDF or images, extract text, images and document information from your own web services, desktop and web applications. Aspose.Note is aimed at developers who need to work with OneNote files from within their own applications. It allows them to manipulate the file format quickly and easily, saving time and effort. Aspose.Note for .NET is an alternative to the Microsoft OneNote Object Model and provides great performance. The API is extensible, easy to use and compact.

Product News

New: Aspose.Note for .NET

Aspose.Note for .NET is an API for working with Microsoft Office OneNote files independently of Microsoft Office Automation. The first release of the API lets developers convert .one files to image and PDF formats, and extract text, image and document information. See what else it can do. Read more: http://www.aspose.com/.net/onenote-component.aspx

Aspose.Imaging for Java Incorporates All Aspose.Metafiles for Java Features

Aspose.Imaging for Java Incorporates All Aspose.Metafiles for Java Features

From version 2.1, Aspose.Imaging for Java incorporates all Aspose.Metafile for Java features. By merging the two APIs we give you a single powerful library that makes it easier to program with images. Find out how to migrate: http://www.aspose.com/blogs/aspose-products/aspose-total-product-family/archive/2014/03/20/aspose.metafiles-has-been-completely-merged-into-aspose.imaging-for-java-with-2.1.0.html

Integrating Aspose for Java with NetBeans

Geertjan Wielenga, Principal Project Manager in the Oracle Developer Tools group, tried Aspose’s NetBeans plugin to see how it worked. The plugin lets you create an Aspose project, include APIs and run examples quickly and easily. Read the review: https://blogs.oracle.com/geertjan/entry/seamless_aspose_integration_with_netbeans

Aspose Addon on Cloudinary

Cloudinary, the image management solution, has extended their services by adding an Aspose addon that can be used for document conversion and management. Read the post: http://cloudinary.com/blog/powerful_image_processing_services_fully_integrated_as_cloud_based_cloudinary_add_ons

Converting OneNote Documents with Aspose.Note for .NET

To help you get up and running quickly with Aspose.Note, our latest .NET library, we’ve put together a tutorial video that shows how to convert a Microsoft OneNote document to PDF, GIF and PNG formats. Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fksxn_KmPI8&feature=youtu.be

ATTENTION: Java Champions, Java User Group Leaders, MVPs and Oracle ACEs

Did you know that Aspose has an NFR (Not For Resale) license policy? Aspose appreciates the time and effort that you put into the developer community by providing resources, guidance and fellowship so that others can learn, grow and enjoy being part of the community. We know we can’t give you that time back but are happy to provide you an NFR license for any of our development products.   Please contact nfr.requests@aspose.com and let us know which products you are interested in. Include a link to your profile so we can verify that you are eligible for an NFR license.

Thanks again for your continued support of the developer community
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Supporting User Groups and Conferences

In March we sponsor a number of user groups, including:

·          March 31-April 4: DevWeek, London, UK.

·          April 9-12: Codemotion Rome, Rome, Italy.

·          April 11-13: C# Corner Annual Conference, Delhi, India.

Would you like us to sponsor your user group? Get in contact at user.groups@aspose.com
Collect your copy of Aspose Newsletter, April 2014 edition

-           Collect the English version of this newsletter: http://www.aspose.com/blogs/aspose-business/customer-newsletters/archive/2014/04/01/launching-aspose.notes-for-.net-and-other-news-from-aspose-april-2014.html

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