Save Assembled Word Processing Document as a Markdown File

Markdown is a well known and one of the popular markup languages these days. The appearance of the text in Markdown is controlled using the syntax instead of using rich text editors or applications such as MS Word. The best thing is, it is a lightweight language and can be written in the plain text editors such as Notepad. As far as its usage is concerned, Markdown is popular in writing wikis, readme files, and others.
September 5, 2019 · 3 min · Usman Aziz

Restart the List Numbering Dynamically within Your Document

Nested or the multi-level numbered lists allow you to group the items based on the parent item. Put it simply, you can separately list the items under each group. This becomes very useful when you have to list the items having multiple sub-items. Let’s have a look at the following figure which makes it simpler to understand the scenario. In this figure, you can observe that there are listed 3 groups and each group further has multiple items listed under it.
July 25, 2019 · 2 min · Usman Aziz

Save Assembled Word Processing, Presentation, Spreadsheet and Email Documents as HTML File with Resources

The HTML format is widely used for creating the webpages or, in other words, the HTML files. These days, every operating system, whether it be of desktop or mobile, contains the built-in web browser that supports viewing the HTML files. Other than that, many free web browsers are also available in the market. This means that any information or the content that is available in the form of HTML pages can easily be viewed just having installed a web browser.
June 13, 2019 · 3 min · Usman Aziz

Embed Inline Syntax Error Messages in Generated Reports using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 19.3

In the latest version of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java we have introduced an exciting feature of Inline Syntax Error Messages. Are you thinking about what does make this feature so exciting? Well, I am going to answer it in this post. First, let’s have a brief overview of how does GroupDocs.Assembly generate the reports. GroupDocs.Assembly uses pre-defined document templates that contain the LINQ statements. These templates are evaluated, processed and then populated by API’s engine during the run-time.
March 22, 2019 · 2 min · Usman Aziz

Support of Inline Syntax Error Messages

We are back with the latest release of GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET. In this post, I am going to give you an overview of the latest release including the demonstration and usage of an exciting feature. Let’s not wait and walk through what’s new in the latest release. You may also have a glance at the release notes of the latest release. GroupDocs.Assembly allows you to generate automated reports by populating the pre-defined document templates.
March 15, 2019 · 2 min · Usman Aziz

Integration of GroupDocs’ Powerful Contract Management Software with Multiple Platforms

Great news to contract management world! After the successful integration of GroupDocs Annotation and GroupDocs Viewer apps with multiple platforms, GroupDocs have now introduced its efficient contract management software plugin to multiple platforms. Now, no matter what CMS you use, you can integrate our contract management software plugin to your websites. [caption id=“attachment_1721” align=“alignnone” width=“600” caption=“GroupDocs introduced its contract management software plugin for various CMSs”][/caption] Once the plugin is installed, you can embed questionnaires and then collect data to automatically create new documents online.
March 15, 2013 · 2 min · Derek Hyland

What is GroupDocs Assembly?

Last week, I mentioned changes that we’re making to GroupDocs Assembly to make it more intuitive. Document assembly (also known as document automation) is an aspect of document management that you might not be familiar with, so this week I’ll discuss what it is and how it can be used in more detail. Document Management?You’ve found your way to GroupDocs and the GroupDocs blog so chances are that you have an idea about [document management](http://groupdocs.
May 22, 2012 · 3 min · Derek Hyland