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Introducing GroupDocs.Conversion for Java
GroupDocs.Conversion for Java is a powerful library that adds conversion features to Java applications. Convert back and forth between over 50 formats, including Microsoft Office documents, PDF, HTML and images, keeping the original layout. Flexible and easy to implement, the library can convert documents on the fly, or work with a queue. Check it out for yourself: download a free trial.
GroupDocs.Signature for .NET updates
We’ve added an interface for preparing document fields to the latest version of GroupDocs.Signature for .NET. We have also added configurable summary page templates, and configurable date formats, to give developers more freedom in how they share progress information. It is now also possible to add a stamp to documents.
GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET updates
The latest version of the GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET library introduces the first release of a native PDF comparison module. This means that two PDF files can be compared directly, without interim steps. We’ve also improved both the performance and stability of the Word comparison module. Try it.
Coming soon to GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET
In upcoming releases, we’ll add support for a wider range of annotation print modes. To improve the interface, we’ll also add support for resizing annotations.
From The Library
Sample application: building an ASP.NET document viewer with GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET
GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET helps you create document viewers that work independently of client-side plugins and apps. As long as the client has an HTML5 compliant web browser, they can access and view documents. We’ve created a code sample that shows how it works. Download the sample.