Monthly Newsletter

February, 2017

All-in-One Documents Manipulation APIs Suite for .NET Applications

Programmatically View, Convert, Annotate, Compare, Digitally Sign, Assemble, Search and Extract Text from all popular business document formats within your .NET applications.

Product News

WebP Image Format Conversion into Different Document Formats using GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 16.12.0

Monthly release of Document Conversion API announces WebP file format support. .NET developers can easily convert and render documents to and from WebP image format. Plenty of major feature enhancements are also made in this new version. Read more details here.

Searching and Indexing Password Protected Documents using GroupDocs.Search for .NET

GroupDocs.Search for .NET API allows to add password protected documents to index and hence provides the functionality to search among the protected documents as well. The API sets password for indexing password protected documents using Event Argument or Index.Dictionaries.DocumentPasswords Property or using both methods. Read the blog post for more details.

Annotate Image Files using GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 16.12.0

GroupDocs team is excited to announce the support of Image File Annotation in any types of .NET Applications. GroupDocs.Annotation API provides support for all major annotation types like (Text, Area, Point, Watermark, Strikeout Annotations etc) for Image file along with plenty of feature improvements and fixes. Read more details here.

Get Multiple Digital Signatures On A Document using GroupDocs.Signature for .NET 16.12.0

GroupDocs.Signature API permits users to define signature options collection that ultimately helps in applying multiple signatures in a document. The latest version comes with plenty of other important features and fixes. Go through all new features list here.

From The Library

Experience working with GroupDocs e-Signing API through an open source ASP.NET MVC front end

This simple UI based e-signature API demonstrates essential functionalities provided by GroupDocs.Signature for .NET thus enabling .NET developers to develop their own front end or extend the existing one. We would recommend you to explore these e-signature front end features.

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java Front End using Servlets

The GroupDocs team is excitedly announcing the GroupDocs.Annotation Frontend for the Java Servlets developers. The main purpose behind this release is to expedite the developers to understand the implementation of GroupDocs.Annotation or write their own document Annotation Application. Read more details about supported Java servlets frontend features.

GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET MVC based Front-End

GroupDocs.Comparison announces the front-end sample project for the ASP.NET MVC developers. Although GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET and GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET APIs have been used to develop this UI Example but mainly the purpose for this release is to empower the developers to write their own document comparison front-end using GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET. Read more details here.


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Product Releases and Updates

GroupDocs.Total for .NET – The latest versions of our .NET products packaged into one product suite.

GroupDocs.Total for Java – The latest versions of our Java products packaged into one product suite.

GroupDocs.Viewer for .NET 16.12.0 – 2 New Features, 8 Improvements and Fixes

GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 16.12.0 – 10 New Features, 8 Improvements and Fixes

GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET 16.12.0 – 2 New Features, 10 Improvements and Fixes

GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 16.12.0 – 2 New Features, 5 Improvements and Fixes

GroupDocs.Signature for .NET 16.12.0 – 17 New Features, Improvements and Fixes

GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 16.12.0 – 4 New Features and 2 Improvements