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GroupDocs Customer Newsletter – February 2015

GroupDocs Customer Newsletter – February 2015

January 30, 2015

 

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February, 2015
 

Collaborative Document Annotation in your SharePoint Environment

GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET is a lightweight library that can add document annotation functionality to any Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system, Content Management System (CMS), or web based application. It allows end users to view, comment on, redact and securely share documents of more than 50 different file formats.

In this month’s newsletter we are pleased to announce the release of our latest add-on that allows SharePoint users to easily integrate GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET into their SharePoint sites and applications.

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Product News
Advanced options for converting multipage documents to HTML Files in GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET
In the latest GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET release, we’ve implemented several enhancements that allow developers to have more control over document conversions when the output file is in the HTML format. In particular, we added the option of converting multi-page documents into a single HTML file with all the content (image, texts, etc.) encoded within it. Also, documents can now be obtained directly from streams when converting them to HTML files. For more detail please read release notes and download the latest version on this page.
Display Icons and right-to-left language based documents using GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET
The GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET library can now display the Icon file-type and we have added improved support for the display of documents where text is right-to-left based. We also added the page rotation control in the image-based rendering mode. This can also be triggered via a new Javascript API method. Other improvements include an accent-insensitive search option and a Javascript API method for displaying the “loading document” overlay. Please download the latest library from this page.
From The Library
A new GroupDocs.Comparsion for .NET Sample Project
GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET allows comparing two versions of a PDF, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, ODT, HTML or TXT files without using any third party software. Recently, we’ve published a new comprehensive sample in the code.msdn.microsoft.com sample gallery , so you are welcome to download and review it.
How to Fix a VirtualPath Issue in SharePoint 2013
During development of our plugin, integrating GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET with SharePoint, we encountered a difficult to resolve VirtualPath issue. This article provides details on how we fixed it and can save other developers a large amount of time when building custom SharePoint integrations based on GroupDocs or other 3rd party libraries. Read the article.
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Product Releases And Updates
GroupDocs.Total for .NET – The latest versions of our .NET products packaged into one product suite. GroupDocs.Total for Java – The latest versions of our Java products packaged into one product suite.
GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET 2.7.0 – ICO and RTL formats support, a JS method for page rotation, accent-insensitive search and 15 more improvements. GroupDocs.Viewer for Java 2.7.0 – Rotate pages in the image-based rendering mode; plus a number of code improvements and optimizations.
GroupDocs.Signature for .NET 1.7.0 – Added support for pre-define/configure date formats, signature pen colors, watermark properties and field types. GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 1.8.0 – Additional language support, access to custom DAO’s and a document collaborator permission overriding API.
GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 2.3.0 – Improved comparison accuracy for Word, Excel and PDF files; custom locales can now be added easily.
GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 1.7.0 – Added the ability to convert multi-page documents into a single HTML file.
GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 1.2.0 – Now supports PowerPoint as an output format and implemented a new simplified API.

 

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