News from GroupDocs, April 2014: Product Updates and New Integrations

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April, 2014
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 GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET Library 

  • Add watermark to document pages.

 GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET Library

  • New tool for replacing text.
  • Text removal mode for the strikeout tool.
  • Export annotations as deletions, replacements and comments with track changes as an Microsoft Word file when source file is Microsoft Word based.

 GroupDocs.Annotation for Cloud App

  • Import Acrobat PDF document annotations.
  • Export annotations to Microsoft Word.

 GroupDocs.Signature for .NET Library

  • Support for multiple signers.
  • Fluent syntax for setting up the signature widget.
  • Bugs related to Internet Explorer fixed.
  • General bug fixes.

 GroupDocs.Signature for Cloud API

  • SVG checkbox rendering in signed documents.
  • Improved height and width matching behavior for signatures.
  • General bug fixes.

 GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET Library

  • Improved comparison algorithm.
  • Generating native Microsoft Word revisions in comparison output.
  • Improved accept/reject interaction.
  • Download cleaned up result file without redundant internal tags.
  • General bug fixes.

 GroupDocs.Comparison for Cloud App

  • Improved comparison algorithm.
  • Generating native Microsoft Word revisions in comparison output.
  • Improved accept/reject interaction.
  • Download cleaned up result file without redundant internal tags.
  • General bug fixes.

 GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET Library

  • GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET works in a console application without a UI.

 GroupDocs.Conversion for Cloud App

  • Improved behaviour in Internet Explorer.
  • General bug fixes.
Coming Soon
 GroupDocs.Viewer for Cloud App 

Add watermarks to documents.

 GroupDocs.Annotation for Cloud App

  • Fixes to make it work better on mobiles and tablet devices.
  • New tools for redaction of text and resources within documents.

 GroupDocs.Signature for Cloud App

  • Customizable notification email template.
  • Comment on envelopes.
  • Re-send notification emails.
  • New field for attaching documents when applying a signature.

 GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET and Cloud App

Detect moved text, improved detection for style changes.

 GroupDocs.Conversion for Cloud App 2.0.0

A new, improved version of the cloud application makes file conversion even more intuitive and efficient.

 GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET Library

A .NET library that encapusaltes the features of the GroupDocs.Assembly for Cloud App.

GroupDocs Cloud App Platform

  • Support for version tracking.
  • Support for DWG files.
From The Library

Integrating GroupDocs.Annotation for Java with a Java Web Project
This tutorial from the GroupDocs blog explains how to integrate the GroupDocs.Annotation for Java library into a Java Web project so that you can get up an running with the latest of our Java libraries quickly. Read the tutorial.
Embed Documents on a Page in ocPortal
This tutorial on the Arvixe blog shows, step by step, how to embed a document in a page on ocPortal so that you can display a document instead of just offering it for download. Read the tutorial.
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Integrations and New Cloud API Samples
Product Releases And Updates
GroupDocs.Total for .NET – A compilation of all the GroupDocs for .NET libraries.
GroupDocs.Viewer for Java 1.8.0 – Support for MSG, MHT and EML files, upload API and more.
GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 1.0.0 – The first release of GroupDocs.Annotation fo Java library.
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