Export Scene to HTML format with Aspose.3D API

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We are pleased to announce September release of Aspose.3D API. It includes long awaited support for exporting a scene to HTML format. This feature will enhance the capabilities of your applications and make them truly compatible with many more platforms. Moreover, considering you at the center of our APIs, more control has been shifted towards you by exposing geometric transformation properties. It lets you evaluate global transform, with or without geometric transformation, based on your requirements. For further information, please check following demonstration in product documentation:

Moreover, along with the addition of several methods and classes; we have also added properties to scale, translate and rotate the entities. You may please visit Release Notes (Java) or Release Notes (.NET) for further information about this release. In case you have any question about Aspose.3D API, you can post your inquiry in Aspose.3D forums.

Aspose.3D for .NET and Java Resources

The following resources will help you work with Aspose.3D for .NET and Java APIs:

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Annotate documents programmatically using GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET

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How about annotating a document programmatically? GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET offers a wide range of annotations (e.g. graphical, watermark, redaction, underline, etc.) that can be added in any supported document without third party software/tool installation.

If you are already using GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET. You can migrate to version 19.9 because:

  • Annotator class introduced as a single entry point to manage the document annotating process to any supported file format
  • The overall rendering speed improved dramatically by saving rendered page as soon as it was rendered, not when all pages were rendered
  • Document saving options simplified so it’s easy to instantiate proper options class and control over document annotating and saving processes

Let’s see the code difference. Below is the old code style.
https://gist.github.com/cd9d29b6c868026d35c24c9336a3a695

Below is the new code style.
https://gist.github.com/62832e174c19fefe450556afe560a054

The legacy API have been moved into Legacy namespace so after update to this version it is required to make project-wide replacement of namespace usages from GroupDocs.Annotation to GroupDocs.Annotation.Legacy to resolve build issues.

You can download API here and post your concerns on forum.



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Convert Spreadsheet Documents using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET and Java

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Reason to use a Document Conversion APIs

The world is becoming a global village and businesses running all over the world interacting and collaborating with hundreds of institutions across the globe, the data gathered from different sources come in a number of different formats. Even the data arranged within an organization could be compiled in different formats depending upon the person or department gathering and maintaining it. You may also find yourself in a situation where the older files being used within the company may no longer be compatible with the company’s needs due to certain changes in company policies and software being used by it.

For handling such scenarios and to fuel information governance and digital transformation initiatives, organizations must extract more valuable information and business insights from those documents which have either become incompatible or had already been in some format not supported by their systems. However, before an enterprise can leverage the information they already have, they must transform their unconsolidated content into a universal, readily accessible format and in doing so, they also need to make sure that the valuable data present in actual files may not get lost while making those conversions.

GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET and Java

GroupDocs.Conversion released both for .NET and Java makes this conversion of documents extremely easy and the automatic conversion saves the time and effort to rewrite the document in the desired format. It provides the fastest conversion between a variety of formats keeping the safety and quality of the documents in check. There are numerous features added to the API, the most common of which include the option of converting the single page of the document in the desired format or process the whole document and apply watermark at the same time on the complete converted documents. .

Skip Empty Rows and Columns

Here today, we will discuss another important feature of the API which is extremely helpful while converting documents from the Spreadsheet format. By using this feature, you can optionally hide the empty rows and columns while converting the spreadsheet documents. Following are the simple steps for using this feature:

  • Set “SkipEmptyRowsAndColumns” property against the API
  • Load your desired spreadsheet document
  • Convert the document into your desired format

Following example demonstrates how this feature can be used when converting to PDF using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET:
https://gist.github.com/e9430c3ddc4064ed70f111d1c166dc8e

Java developers can use the following code:
https://gist.github.com/bd84fc4c945b3359a8aea40bbc3fdb57

A converted document will look like the following screenshot:

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Create, Modify VBA Macros using Aspose.Words for Android via Java 19.9 API

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Today, I will highlight the major features introduced in the Aspose.Words for Android via Java 19.9 release:

Create and Modify VBA Macros in Word Documents

The following code example demonstrates as to how to modify VBA Macros in Word document programmatically by using the VbaModule.setSourceCode() property of Aspose.Words for Android via Java API.

Create Repeating Section Content Controls in Word Document

The repeating section content control allows repeating the content contained within it. Using Aspose.Words for Android via Java, the structured document tag nodes of the repeating section and repeating section item types can be created and for this purpose, SdtType enumeration type provides REPEATING_SECTION_ITEM member. The following code example demonstrates how to Bind a Repeating Section Content Control in Word Document to a Table.

LINQ Reporting using XML, JSON, and CSV Data Sources

The LINQ Reporting engine of ‘Aspose.Words for Android via Java’ now enables you to reference business objects of your application in report templates. We have added XmlDataSource, JsonDataSource, and CsvDataSource classes in this release to use XML, JSON, and CSV as data sources to generate reports using LINQ Reporting. Please read the following articles for complete detail of this feature.

Link Custom Document Property to Bookmark

‘Aspose.Words for Android via Java’ API now provides a method CustomDocumentProperties.addLinkToContent(String, String) to create a new ‘linked to content’ custom document property which returns the newly created property object or null if the link source is invalid. The following code example demonstrates how to Configure the Link to a Content Custom Property.

See also Useful Links

Keeping the Aspose tradition, you are welcome to shape the upcoming releases of ‘Aspose.Words for Android via Java’ API by posting your suggestions and concerns in the Aspose.Words for Android via Java Support Forum.

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