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Monthly Archives: May 2019
EnableCaching feature stores image representation of a document in a directory at the local drive. In case of repetitive processing/opening of a document, it uses cached data. This thing helps to avoid the processing of the same document again and again. You might be waiting for this feature. The wait is over now. GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 19.5 permits you to enable cache mode and cache page previews. Let’s take a overview of its code.
We also added possibility to display … Continue Reading
WMF is a Windows MetaFile that can contain both vector and bitmap image information. We added support of WMF file format along-with few others in GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 19.5. You can now convert any supported file format to WMF. Along-with WMF, convert supported documents to EMF.
Convert to EMF
Convert to WMF
Moreover, you can now pay royalties for the use of the API. Yes, metered licensing is now enabled.
New file formats you can convert from:
Footnote appears at bottom of the page and used to cite information. Previously, API was not comparing Footnotes correctly. But with the release of GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 19.5, we fixed this issue. Please have a glance.
But this is not it we have a lot more to tell you. Along with bug fixes, some features and improvements are also introduced.
Lets talk about new features first. Did you ever think of getting coordinates of document changes or differences? It … Continue Reading
The Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format to present documents, including text formatting and images, in a manner independent of the application software, hardware, and operating systems. Based on the PostScript language, each PDF file encapsulates a complete description of a fixed-layout flat document, including the text, fonts, vector graphics, raster images and other information needed to display it.
This post demonstrates the usage of the GroupDocs.Viewer APIs (GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET and GroupDocs.Viewer for Java) to render the … Continue Reading
In this post, we share how we conducted our 2019 GroupDocs Pricing Review.
Last month we shared the news about GroupDocs 2019 pricing change. Our aim behind that change was simple: to make sure we are delivering the best value Document Management API suite on the market.
Each year we review our pricing and licensing model to make sure we’re continually giving developers the functionality and flexibility they need. Providing top quality APIs at fair prices along with permissive licensing … Continue Reading
Usually, when we have to shop for groceries, we choose the supermarket where we can get almost every item that we need. This way we don’t have to visit multiple stores for different types of products. Similarly, being specific to the software products, the developers prefer the component that provides a wide range of features regarding their use case so that they don’t have to use multiple solutions.
Let’s be more specific and talk about the online document viewers that … Continue Reading
You might be wondering if there would be more annotation types. The wait is over, we’ve introduced Link Annotation in GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 19.4. With the passage of time we’ll introduce more annotations. Currently, Link Annotation is supported for PDF, Slides and Word documents only. Let’s see the minimal set of fields required for Link Annotation.
There is one improvement and few bug fixes introduced as well. Previously,
GetPdfFile method was not processing password protected documents. Now, if you need … Continue Reading
Here we are with another release of GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 19.4. We’ve implemented automatic naming when saving a converted document to file. Do you want to convert a CMX (Corel Metafile eXchange) file to PDF or any other supported file format? Then you must try out this release.
We also improved the process of getting page orientation for a specific page
- CellsLoadOptions is marked as obsolete and is replaced by SpreadsheetLoadOptions
- CellsSaveOptions is replaced by SpreadsheetSaveOptions
- HtmlSaveOptions is
Hello everyone! We are back with another exciting release announcement. In this post, I am going to give you an overview of what’s new as well as what’s improved and fixed in the latest release of GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET. In this release, we majorly focused on providing bug fixes and improvements. Along with this, we have introduced the support of CDR file format and the feature of rendering files contained in the ZIP archives. For details, you may also … Continue Reading