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|Aspose.PDF is a component for .NET that enables reading, writing and manipulating PDF documents without turning to Adobe Acrobat.
The manipulation features are abundant and include PDF compression (optimization), tables creation and manipulation, custom font handling, integration with data sources, bookmarks addition and removal and many more.
Being a great component to work with, it nevertheless undergoes regular updates.
Thus, in October the following updates were introduced to Aspose.PDF 18.10.0:
- Support for Link Annotation in Tagged PDF
- XObjects Validation
- Actions Validation
- Implementation of getter for Underline property
Numerous bug fixes including among others missing numbering for the equations when producing PDF using Latex script, issues when rendering Japanese PDF document to HTML and the like.
Aspose.PDF is available for download on nuget.org.
Aspose.HTML is a cross-platform class library that allows carrying out parsing and rendering within .NET environment.
As a parser, it allows its users to access the Document Object Model and carry out a wide range of operations with its content. Thus, the users can create, modify, extract, copy, delete, as well as replace the content. The access is enabled through W3C-standard traversal methods.
As a renderer, Aspose.HTML enables rendering to PDF, XPS and raster graphics file formats. The latter are the well-known TIFF, PNG, JPEG, and BMP formats.
Having numerous advantages, it nevertheless undergoes regular updates.
Thus, in October Aspose.HTML 18.10.0 was released with the following enhancements:
- Fully parallel mechanism of document processing;
- Introduction of a new namespace ‘Aspose.HTML.Dom.Mutations’
- Bug fixes including text alignment with Arabic in table cells, incorrect Woff signature when rendering HTML to XPS, and font-size “em”-values in at-page rules.
Aspose.HTML is available for download on Nuget.
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