Releasing SharePoint Web-Part for GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET
Great news for SharePoint developers, now they can add GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 3.x. as custom Web-Part. Team GroupDocs is glad to announce the addition of GroupDocs.Annotation Web- Part Front End for SharePoint developers. Using this release SharePoint developers can not only explore and investigate GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET Front End but can also customize this Web-Part according to their needs. This project is already published on GitHub.
SharePoint Web-Part Front End FeaturesThe SharePoint Web-Part Front End provides end users with tools needed for convenient annotating, viewing and navigation of a documents in a browser.
Enhance Your SharePoint Environment with a Multi-Format Document Comparison Tool
GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET is a downloadable library designed to let developers seamlessly add multi-format document comparison functionality to their own applications or 3rd party services. It allows end users to compare two versions of a document in a web-browser without having to install original software used to create the documents. Supported file formats include: PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, plain text, HTML and ODT. Today we’re pleased to announce the release of a plugin that allows developers to integrate GroupDocs.
How to Fix a virtualPath Issue in the SharePoint 2013
This article will guide you how to resolve a virtualPath issue that may appear in SharePoint 2013 when trying to add a 3rd party library (for example SignalR), or when you use the “~” symbol in the path. We encountered this issue while developing a plugin that allows you to integrate the GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET library into SharePoint. Overall, the issue is quite strange, as it is not reported in the stack trace or logs.
How to Build a SharePoint Document Viewer Using GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET
When we released GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET, we got lots of questions from SharePoint users about whether it could be used to build a SharePoint document viewer. Finally, the answer is yes: our online document viewer allows integration with SharePoint web applications. Moreover, SharePoint websites using GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET can also be used for cross-domain document viewing. [caption id=“attachment_3916” align=“alignnone” width=“600”]
[/caption] Just follow these simple step-by-step instructions to embed our online document viewer in your SharePoint websites as a Web Part: Requirements