Releasing Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET – Performs Converion Between 50+ Document and Image File Formats

 

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We are pleased to announce the release of Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET. with the extinct features that you may have not experienced before. This version has a new installer and some new features, fixes, and more document formats are introduced . We recommend that you download and update the library as soon as you can.

 

Why Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion?

We are releasing GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 3.0.0. which is also known as Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET In this release, conversion techniques and features are enhanced to achieve fast and smooth document conversion so the conversion is not specific to web technologies only. Therefore, the API now supports generic document conversion for any application

In Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET, there is no more dependency for Web.UI based classes. Instead, only a single “GroupDocs.Conversion”  Namespace is required to convert any document with advanced options for any applications. Whereas, in GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 1.10.0, document conversion required separate namespace for each format and was dependent on web components classes.

Supported Document Format Conversions

  • Word Processing
  • Spread sheet
  • Presentation
  • Pdf
  • HTML
  • Image

For more details about supported conversions between different document formats, please visit this article.

Migration to Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion

Migrating to Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion is quite easy. In order to help customers migrate to V3.0.0 or above, we have added a migration articles in the Product Docs. Please feel free to have a look at article: Migrating to GroupDocs.Conversion 3.0.0 or Higher

Available Channels and Resources

Here are a few channels and resources for you to download, learn, try and get technical support on GroupDocs.Conversion:

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