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Dynamic Insertion of Images and Barcodes using GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 17.11

Dynamic Insertion of Images and Barcodes using GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 17.11

November 16, 2017

Team GroupDocs is really glad to announce the release of version 17.11 of the GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET API. You can now insert images and barcodes in email formats and remove selective chart series dynamically. Furthermore, new identifiers for barcodes are introduced in this new release. For a better experience with the API, we recommend you to download the latest release and try out the new features introduced in GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET.

Document Generation API for .NET – New Features

GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET introduces the following new features in version 17.11 of the API:

Dynamic insertion of images and barcodes in email messages with HTML body

Dynamic insertion of images and barcodes is now supported for MSG, EML, and MHTML documents with HTML body created using Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Word.

Ability to remove selective chart series dynamically

For a chart with dynamic data, you can select which series to include into it dynamically based upon conditions. In particular, this feature is useful when you need to restrict access to sensitive data in chart series for some users of your application.

Dynamic generation of Codablock F barcodes

You can now use codablockF identifier to generate Codablock G barcodes.

Support for dynamic generation of GS1 Codablock F barcodes

CodablockFGS1 identifier is introduced to dynamically generate Codablock G barcodes.

For a complete list of features supported by the API, please visit this documentation article.

Available Channels and Resources

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

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