With GroupDocs.Total, developers can create applications for viewing, annotating, signing, comparing, converting and assembling documents. It brings together all the libraries, apps and APIs that we have for a platform into one package at a reduced price. We’re offering even better prices in January. But hurry: the offer ends January 31, 2015.
GroupDocs.Total for .NET and Java libraries: 25% off all license types.
GroupDocs.Total for Cloud apps: 25% off monthly plans.
GroupDocs.Total for Cloud APIs: 10% off annual Business and Enterprise plans.
Simply enter XMAS2014NWL when checking out to apply the discount. The 25% off offer is only available on new GroupDocs.Total for .NET, Java and Cloud App purchases. The GroupDocs.Total for Cloud API offer is available to customers who sign up to, or upgrade to, annual Business or Enterprise Cloud API plans. Only available directly from GroupDocs.com.
Converting Documents with Java?
Last month, we introduced GroupDocs.Conversion for Java. The initial release converts Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF files to images, and more. Find out more.
GroupDocs.Signature for .NET updates
New and Coming Soon to GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET
We strive to make our applications and libraries easy to use and feature rich. We’ve recently added support for different annotation print modes to GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET. In the next couple of releases, we’ll look at features that improve the end users’ experience, such as the ability to resize annotations and the toolbar, as well as support for layers.
From The Library
Working with GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET
GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET lets you build ASP.NET, C# and VB.NET applications that simplify document assembly and automation. We’ve written an article that explains how the library’s three components – the Template Editor, Questionnaire Builder and Questionnaire Executor – work and interact. Read the article.
Integrating GroupDocs.Conversion for Java with Maven
Working with Maven? We’ve created a worked example that shows how to integrate GroupDocs.Conversion for Java with Maven. The sample code helps you get up and going. Read the article.