Monthly Archives: February 2015

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Library Version 2.8.0 – New Page Layout, Smoother Scrolling and Enhanced Document Sharing Security

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NETRecently we’ve updated our GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET library up to the version 2.8.0. In this post I’d like to discover some of the most remarkable updates implemented in this latest version:

New Page Layout Options

So far, when viewing documents, you had the following page layout options:
  • Scroll view – pages are placed in a continuous chain, one after another.
  • One page in a row – one page fit to client’s screen. No page turn animation.
  • Double page flip
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Add Microsoft Office Files, PDF and Image Annotation Functionality to Your Concrete5 Website

GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET Library logoGroupDocs.Annotation for .NET is a downloadable library that allows developers to add cross-platform, multi-format document annotation functionality to any web-based app or site. Recently we’ve created an add-on specifically for Concrete5 users to make it easy to integrate the library into their websites. The add-on has been approved by Concrete5 admins and is now available for download from the official Concrete5 marketplace. How can Concrete5 site owners and developers benefit from this release? With the GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET library… Continue Reading
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Improved API and New Features in the GroupDocs.Viewer for Java Library – Version 2.7.0

GroupDocs.Viewer for JavaGreetings! Recently we’ve released a new version – 2.7.0 – of the GroupDocs.Viewer for Java library and in this post I’d like to share details about the most important enhancements we made in this latest version. Among a number of code optimizations and improvements, we’ve added the ability to rotate document pages in the image-based rendering mode, added support to relative license paths, and the ability to rotate text watermarks within the PDF print adjustments. But most importantly, we’ve updated… Continue Reading
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