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Aspose.Newsletter June 2012 Edition is out Now

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Aspose Newsletter for June 2012 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. This month's technical article shows why to use Aspose.Words for Java instead of the Open XML SDK & a migration tip for reading critical paths with Aspose.Tasks for .NET vs. VSTO. A video tutorial for replacing text with form fields in Aspose.Pdf for .NE

At the beginning of the month we had some great news: for the seventh year running, we've received Bestselling Publisher and Bestselling Product awards from ComponentSource. The awards are based on sales and we're proud that our customers continue to invest in us. As you know, this is a special year for us: we turned ten years old in March. We're continuing to connect to our early users and are delighted to share a video from Keith Harvey, a software consultant with over 20 years experience of building great applications that are easy to use. Watch complete video.

Product Spotlight - Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint

Aspose.BarCode lets software developers work with barcodes in their own applications and add barcodes to documents. We're delighted to announce the latest addition to the Aspose.BarCode product family: Aspose.BarCode for SharePoint. With this easy to install component you can add barcode fields to SharePoint lists. Over 40 symbologies are supported.

Technical Article - Open XML SDK and Aspose.Words for Java

One of the questions that our users ask us is why they should use Aspose.Words for Java instead of the Open XML SDK. Open XML is free and it works, so why invest in something else? The answer is features and simplicity. Aspose.Words supports more file formats so you can do file conversion, it supports reporting, allows you to render documents for screen, to PDF or to print. All of this can be done in a few simple lines of code. But that's not all. Click here to read the complete article.

Updates about new product releases

  1. Aspose.Total for .NET