Introducing Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion for Java
GroupDocs team is pleased to release Next Generation GroupDocs.Conversion for Java, a totally back-end API for document conversion between 50+ document formats. API enables Java developers to convert a document in various supported formats. As the API is UI-Agnostic and no additional tool or service is required for it, developers can integrate it in their existing projects as well.
Next Generation GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 3.1.0 is launched
Team GroupDocs is pleased to introduce the Next Generation GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 3.1.0. Like all next generation GroupDocs 3.x products, GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 3.1.0 is a UI less API to facilitate the developers to create any kind of applications. Read more details in this post.
GroupDocs.Signature for .NET 16.10.0 supports saving to more formats
Boost your e-signing experience with GroupDocs.Signature for .NET 16.10.0 by adding more options and properties to text, image or digital signatures and then saving the signed document to different format. Read more details in this post.
GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 3.3.0 supports Microsoft Word Fields
GroupDocs Team is pleased to release GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 3.3.0 with remarkable features including support to add analogue of Microsoft Word NEXT fields into template syntax. Read more details in this post.
GroupDocs.Search for .NET 16.10.0 now supports exact phrase search
GroupDocs.Search for .NET 16.10 introduces exact phrase search that enables the users to search the documents containing the exact query string. Furthermore, the working of the API is improved. Read more details in this post.
From The Library
Simplified JSP Front End example powered by GroupDocs.Viewer for Java
JSP front-end is a minimum implementation and demonstrates how simple it is to get started with GroupDocs.Viewer for Java. It just renders the document into HTML, SVG and CSS in order to display on the browser. Read more details in this post.
ASP.NET WebForm Front End powered by GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET
The GroupDocs team is glad to Announce the open source project for the ASP.NET Web-Form developers. The purpose behind this release is to expedite the developers to understand the implementation of GroupDocs.Annotation or write their own document Annotation Application using GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 3.x. Read more details in this post.
GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET Front End integration with SharePoint Web Part
Great news for SharePoint developers, now they can add GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 3.x. as custom Web-Part. Using this release SharePoint developers can not only explore and investigate GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET Front End but can also customize this Web-Part according to their needs. Read more details in this post.
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