Aspose.Newsletter February 2011 Edition is out now
Aspose Newsletter for February 2011 has now been published that highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases of its JasperReports exporters, SQL Server rendering extensions, .NET, Java & SharePoint components. This month’s technical article explains how to work with email messages from within SharePoint apps. Also a demo for configuring Aspose.Pdf for JasperReports with JasperServer & how to produce charts in Excel programmatically, in the technical tip section.
Product Spotlight – Aspose.Network for SharePoint
We are proud to announce a brand new product in our SharePoint family. Aspose.Network for SharePoint brings Aspose's powerful email conversion and synchronization features to the SharePoint platform. Use Aspose.Network for SharePoint to import EML and MSG files and export to message or text formats. Or use it to sync emails from SharePoint's custom list of emails with POP3, IMAP or Microsoft Exchange Server. Other features like; extraction of attachments from email, and FTP servers with SSL are also supported.
Technical Article – Synchronizing emails with Gmail using Aspose.Network for SharePoint
Aspose.Network for SharePoint is a new product which allows you to work with email messages from within your own SharePoint applications. To illustrate its synchronization features, this article walks you through how to synchronize emails from Gmail with SharePoint's custom list of emails.
Tutorial Video – Configuring Aspose.Pdf for JasperReports for use with JasperServer
This tutorial video shows how to configure the brand new product Aspose.Pdf for JasperReports for use with JasperServer by editing XML files on the JasperServer server. It also shows how to apply the Aspose.Pdf for JasperReports licence file. Finally, the video shows how to export a report using Aspose.Pdf for JasperReports. The video is just under 10 minutes long.
Migration Tip – Creating a Pie Chart with Aspose.Cells for .NET
Do you need to produce charts in Excel programmatically? There is more than one way to achieve this task: you can use VSTO or you can use Aspose.Cells. This migration tip shows both methods using C# and VB. The scenario creates a file, populates it with data and then adds a chart to the workbook. The same process can be used for other chart types too.
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