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Extract Emails using POP3 and IMAP Protocol - GroupDocs.Text for .NET 17.10

We are pleased to announce the release of version 17.10 of the GroupDocs.Text for .NET API. The latest release removes some obsolete methods from the API while provides some additional properties, updated parameters and improved performance of the API. The new feature added to the API in this release is the ability to extract text from the email server using POP3 and IMAP protocol. Just download the latest release or update your existing application to this release and enjoy all the features and enhancements made to the API in this release.
October 16, 2017 · 2 min · Zeeshan Shafqat

Improved Performance introduced in GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET API v16.11.0

GroupDocs team is glad to announce another monthly release of GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 16.11.0 API along with Improved Performance ,new features and fixes. Major changes are done for Presentation document format and introduced enhanced Support for advanced Visual Basic Scripts and detection of Picture Frames.In this monthly release 3 new feature are introduced along with 4 improvements and 3 Bug fixes. Download the latest GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET API to implement the new and improved features.
December 6, 2016 · 2 min · Muhammad Rizwan

SugarCRM Plugin Tutorial Using GroupDocs Viewer API

GroupDocs offers a full set of document management tools for SugarCRM: we’ve developed a bunch of plugins which help you use Viewer, Annotation, Assembly, Comparison and Signature apps in SugarCRM. This article gives some recommendations on how to create your own custom plugin for SugarCRM. We will use the GroupDocs Viewer plugin for SugarCRM as an example. SugarCRM is an open-platform web-based CRM solution which has an on-demand cloud platform. Today we show you how to create an on-site version plugin.
September 19, 2013 · 7 min · Pavel Teplitsky

How to Create a Simple Application Using the GroupDocs' JavaScript SDK

In this article I’ll walk you thorough the process of creating a simple JavaScript application which shows files and directories from your GroupDocs account. Lets start by creating a package from the GroupDocs JavaScript SDK sources. You can skip this step and get the full SDK package from GitHub and a minimal SDK package. Creating a Package You need Node.js installed on you computer. Read more about installation Node.
June 17, 2013 · 4 min · Derek Hyland

How to Use the GetChanges Method from the Comparison Api to Return a List of Changes in a Document

This article explains how to use the GetChanges method from the ComparisonApi in the GroupDocs SDK. Requirements PHP 5.3 Apache ModRewrite PHP Curl extension PHP Sockets extension (php_sockets.dll) GroupDocs PHP SDK composer.phar (Download from http://getcomposer.org/download/ or use the included version.) FatFree framework (https://github.com/bcosca/fatfree) We already know how to install the Fatfree framework and prepare for creating the sample from a previous article. The sample that we create in this article is not much different from other Fatfree examples.
June 7, 2013 · 2 min · Derek Hyland

How to Use New Login Method in Plugins and Services

This article explains how to use the new method LoginUser, added to the new GroupDocs SDK. Requirements PHP 5.3 Apache ModRewrite PHP Curl extension PHP Sockets extension (php_sockets.dll) GroupDocs PHP SDK composer.phar (Download from http://getcomposer.org/download/ or use the included version.) FatFree framework (https://github.com/bcosca/fatfree) We already know how to install the Fatfree framework and prepare for creating the sample from a previous article. The sample that we create in this article is not much different from other FatFree samples.
May 31, 2013 · 3 min · Derek Hyland

How to Compare Files with GroupDocs PHP SDK

This article explains the basics of using PHP SDK classes and methods. In this article I’ll use the Comparison API and show how to compare two documents from a GroupDocs account. Find information about other methods in the Swagger explorer. Requirements PHP 5.3 Apache ModRewrite PHP Curl extension PHP Sockets extension (php_sockets.dll) GroupDocs PHP SDK composer.phar (Download from http://getcomposer.org/download/ or use the included version) FatFree framework (https://github.com/bcosca/fatfree) We already know how to install the Fatfree framework and prepare for creating the sample from the previous article.
April 12, 2013 · 2 min · Derek Hyland

How to use rspec to test GroupDocs API - Part 2

In the first article, How to use rspec to test GroupDocs API. Part 1, we created first test for GroupDocs API. This article describes in details how tests works, what expectation and matchers are, and how to test an API with the PULL method. Expectation and MatchersSo what are expectation and matchers? Lets look at a small example: string ="GroupDocs" string.should have(9).characters string.should\_not have(5).characters Expectations are defined by should and the negative form should_not.
March 15, 2013 · 4 min · Derek Hyland

How to Use GroupDocs PHP SDK with Composer or a Built-in Autoloader

GroupDocs supports all major platforms, such as .NET, PHP, Java, Python, etc. So with GropDocs’ SDKs you can easily create your own application to store, view, sign (and use a lot of other great features on) your documents online, using Windows or Linux with your favorite language. Today, I’ll talk about GroupDocs PHP SDK and how to get started with it. Sometimes, developers ask us how to get our PHP SDK, how to use it with Composer, or how to include it into their project.
February 22, 2013 · 3 min · Derek Hyland

How to Use Swagger UI to Test GroupDocs REST API

The GroupDocs APIs are designed to be REST compliant so that they are familiar and easy to use. This post looks at how to use Swagger to test the GroupDocs APIs. Before showing you how to run a test, it explains Swagger and REST, and why we use them. Why we use Swagger and RESTSwagger is a specification and a framework for building interactive API documentation and sandboxes, and to generate the code of an API client.
January 25, 2013 · 4 min · Derek Hyland