Monthly Archives: November 2014

Business Fitness develops HowNow Portal to Preview and e-Sign documents for Accounting Firms

About Business Fitness (HowNow) Business Fitness has been providing solutions to Australian accountants since 2001. Our primary software is HowNow Knowledge, Document and Email Management system which is sold to accounting firms and other businesses. We are a small company based out of Brisbane, Australia and have been developing our own software products (primarily server-based) since inception of the company. Over the last 12 months, we have been moving to a SaaS environment. One of the new SaaS products our …

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Control Meta-Data and Build a Custom UI with the New GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Library Version 1.7.0

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java is a lightweight library that allows end users to annotate PDF and Microsoft Office documents, raster images, AutoCAD drawings and 50+ types of files without the need to install the software that the documents or images were created in. A convenient web UI allows users to view, annotate, redact, comment on and share documents from any web-enabled device. Recently we’ve released a new GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library – version 1.7.0. We’ve greatly enhanced the metadata storage APIs, …

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Seamlessly Build an ASP.NET Document Viewer to Display Over 50 Types of Documents, Including PDF, Microsoft Word and Excel

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET is a web-oriented middleware designed to display over 50 different document types in a browser. It is a client-server library that converts documents into an HTML-compatible format and then renders them in a browser just as a regular web-page. As a result, you don’t have to install any third-party software or browser plugins on the client. Documents can be viewed from any modern web-browser, including IE8+, Chrome, FireFox, Opera, Safari 5+ and their mobile versions. Recently, we …

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