Aspose Newsletter for May 2014 has now been published that highlights information about all the newly and updated features offered in the recent releases such as how to work with Microsoft Word documents on Android and exporting web pages to Microsoft Word or PDF from DotNetNuke Websites.
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Aspose Newsletter for May 2014 has now been published that highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases of its JasperReports exporters, SQL Server rendering extensions, .NET, Java, SharePoint components, Android & REST APIs. It includes news about working with Microsoft Word documents on Android, exporting web pages to Microsoft Word or PDF from DotNetNuke Websites, enhanced PHP cloud SDK for Aspose for Cloud, working with the TOC field in Aspose.Words for Android & many more.
Working with Microsoft Word Documents on Android?
Aspose.Words for Android is an API that gives software developers creating Android apps the power to create, edit and convert Microsoft Word files. The straightforward DOM makes it easy to control documents and work with flexible features, from text formatting to document structure and page setup. Download Aspose.Words for Android.
Enhanced PHP Cloud SDK for Aspose for Cloud announced
BitTechMagnifier reported on our release of the PHP SDK for Aspose for Cloud 188.8.131.52. It adds new features, as well as integrating the latest Cloud APIs into the SDK to get PHP developers up and running quickly. Read the article.
Working with the TOC Field in Aspose.Words for Android
Even short documents can need a table of contents to help readers get an idea of what’s in a document, and navigate the text. Aspose.Words for Android lets user work with the TOC field in several ways: add a new TOC, update an existing one, control the formatting and so on. A recent documentation article explains what user can do and how to do it. Read the article.
Set Print Settings and Use the Print Preview Dialog with Aspose.Words for Java
Working with files that users can see on screen and maybe download to their hard disk is great, but often user also want to let them print documents they are reading. They have a tutorial video that shows how to incorporate the Print Preview dialog in your application, and how to set print settings. Watch the video.
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