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We are excited to bring a major release of GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API packaging a bunch of new features, improvements, and bug fixes. In the latest release, we have added the support of viewing archives and a couple of code files as well as provided the features of working with security settings in the PDF documents. So let’s walk through the latest release of our document viewer API for Java and check out what you are going to get after … Continue Reading
How to redact in Word – The redacted meaning is extensively searched over the internet now a days . C# or Java programming developers might want to upgrade their editing apps by adding a feature to redact in Word, redact PDF or they might need some redacted text in many kinds of documents. If you are a developer and want to enable text redaction in your app , the stuff below is definitely for you.
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As all our records and documentations are facing a digital transformation. It has made it quite necessary for us to have a good knowledge of the tools that may help us in the long run. Annotation is one of those tools which may help you in adding the extra, yet necessary, piece of information into your documents.
Annotation helps readers in understanding the text in a better way. It also helps different people working on the same task to exchange … Continue Reading
Document Automation (or document assembly) is widely used by organizations for their reporting services and GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET and Java APIs provide a complete package of features required to build reports dynamically. Keeping the modern trends in mind and to meet the emerging requirements of our customers, we keep introducing the new features. Recently, we have released the v19.11 of our document automation API with quite a useful set of features. So in this article, I’ll give you an … Continue Reading
We are back with a major update for our customers who are using the eSign API – GroupDocs.Signature for Java. We have performed major product optimization and revamped the architecture which has made the API more memory efficient and easy to use. We have also added the support of a couple of new file formats. Let’s have an overview of this amazing release and check out what you would get after upgrading to API v2.
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In this article, we will have an overview that how to generate reports from CSV or XML data in Java. In one of the earlier posts, we discussed the same but using C#. Recently version 19.10 of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java has been released that brings an exciting feature of building reports using CSV data sources. Along with this, we have simplified the process of working with XML data sources.
Working with CSV Data Source in Java
Document comparison is one of the most common procedure that is practiced almost in all of the digital businesses. And the objective is same, highlight the inserted or deleted items. Detect the style changes and generate a summary. Let’s see how GroupDocs.Comparison for Java can help us with this scenario. This is a back-end API that can be integrated in any Java application irrespective of the frameworks. Explore API documentation to learn more about the supported features and file formats.… Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading