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January 2020

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GroupDocs.Classification for .NET has been released

GroupDocs offers a programmable document or text classification API for .NET developers. You just have to add a single DLL (GroupDocs.Classification for .NET) as a reference in your .NET projects. It allows you to use two different taxonomies: IAB-2 (Interactive Advertising Bureau) and documents taxonomy to classify the text. Read more details here.

View contents of ZIP and TAR archives with GroupDocs.Viewer for Java

ZIP file is used to encase multiple files or folders as a single package that is further compressed to reduce the file size. Similarly, TAR is a Unix File Archive format used to archive the files and folders. In general, both ZIP and TAR are categorized as compression file formats. GroupDocs.Viewer for Java supports viewing the list of files and folders in the ZIP and TAR archives. This feature is quite handy when you want to view the list of the contents without extracting the archives. Read more details here.

Monitor document conversion status and progress with GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET

Using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET, you can now monitor document conversion progress. The document converter listener implementation is used for monitoring conversion status and progress. Read more details here.

Redact contents in Apple’s Numbers spreadsheet using GroupDocs.Redaction for Java

Numbers is Apple’s application to create and view the spreadsheet documents in iOS or macOS. The spreadsheets created within this application are stored with .numbers extension and they are quite similar to the other spreadsheets, for example, that are created with MS Excel. We have extended the list of our support spreadsheet formats in the latest release and added the ability to redact the content in the Numbers spreadsheets. Read more details here.

Manipulate metadata properties in documents with all-new GroupDocs.Metadata for .NET

We have a major update for our customers who are using our metadata manipulation API – GroupDocs.Metadata for .NET. We have revamped the architecture of the API to improve and simplify the process of reading, updating, searching or removing the metadata properties from the documents. Please visit this article to get an insight.

From the Library

From the Library

From the Library

Compare two documents but ignore or include header and footer content. Is this what you need in your document comparison application? Then you must try GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET. This back-end API can be implemented in any of your .NET application without any third party tool/software dependency. A new property HeaderFootersComparison is introduced in CompareOptions class. If you do not want to compare header/footer of a document, just set this property to false. Read more details here.

Java code example: Set PDF Compliance Level with GroupDocs.Redaction

GroupDocs.Redaction allows saving the redacted document into a rasterized PDF document. Since the PDF documents may possess different compliance levels such as PDF/A-1a, PDF/A-1b, we have made it possible for you to set the compliance level of the resultant PDF document as per your choice. For this, the enum PdfComplianceLevel has been added to com.groupdocs.redaction.options package. Read this article for more details.

Java code example: Work with security settings in PDF documents

The PDF documents allow setting security parameters to restrict unauthorized access. GroupDocs.Viewer for Java supports setting owner password, user password and PDF file permissions when rendering a file into a PDF document. Read more details here.

.NET code example: Convert EML or MSG files to PDF in C#

Do you want to build a web based, console or desktop application in C# that can convert an email file to a PDF? GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET is a one-stop solution for such a scenario. This API can be implemented in any of your (new or existing) .NET project without any dependency. Read more details here.

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