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We are pleased to announce the new monthly release of Aspose.Words for Java 18.8. The release of this month contains number of new features, enhancements and bug fixes of the issues reported by our users in previous versions. Please check the detailed release notes of Aspose.Words for Java 18.8 to get an idea about all the new features/enhancements and fixes made in this release. Furthermore, if you are planning to upgrade the API from any previous version, we strongly recommend you to check the Public API Changes section of current release and other intermediate releases from release notes folder, to know what has been changed since your current revision of the API.

You can insert contents of outer documents to your reports dynamically using LINQ Reporting.


Starting from Aspose.Words for Java 18.8, you can enable doc tag to check the template syntax and populate with data using LINQ Reporting. By default, a document being inserted is not checked against template syntax and is not populated with data. Please read following article for more detail.

Previously, Aspose.Words used to save “@font-face” rules of HtmlFixed documents into a separate file “fontFaces.css” while other CSS declarations were written to “styles.css”. We have changed this behavior and now Aspose.Words saves all CSS rules and declarations into the same file “styles.css”. In case the old behavior is required for compatibility with legacy code, it can be restored by using the new public property HtmlFixedSaveOptions.SaveFontFaceCssSeparately. Please read following article.

We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Email for .NET 18.7. This month’s release includes a new feature and several enhancements to the API’s feature set. It also includes several bug fixes reported with the previous version of the API that add to the overall API stability. For a complete list of what is new and fixed, please visit the release notes section of API documentation. Support for HTTP Proxy in Email clients

Being famous in market for email communication, Aspose.Email’s emailing clients let you work with popular protocols including SMTP, POP3 and IMAP. The earlier versions of the API supported Socks Proxy. This month’s release further enhances this capability by providing support for HTTP Proxy. You can now use the emailing clients i.e. POP3, IMAP and SMTP with HTTP proxy. Converting Outlook Task to MHTML

This month’s release also enhances the functionality of fetching Outlook items from Exchange server. All old methods like FetchContact, FetchMessage, FetchNote, etc. have been replaced with a single unified method named FetchItem. This allows to use the common method for fetching all types of items from Exchange server without worrying for exact match. API Resources

We are pleased to announce our next version Aspose.Words for .NET 18.8. This month’s release contains over 81 useful new features, enhancements and bug fixes. Please check the release notes to get an idea about all new features, enhancements and fixes made in this release. If you are planning to upgrade from older version of Aspose.Words to the current version, we would strongly suggest you to check the Public API and Backward Incompatible Changes section to know what APIs are changed so far.

You can insert contents of outer documents to your reports dynamically using LINQ Reporting. Starting from Aspose.Words 18.8, you can enable doc tag to check the template syntax and populate with data uisng LINQ Reporting. By default, a document being inserted is not checked against template syntax and is not populated with data. Please read following article for more detail.

Previously, Aspose.Words saved “@font-face” rules of HtmlFixed documents into a separate file “fontFaces.css” while other CSS declarations were written to “styles.css”. We have changed this behavior and now Aspose.Words saves all CSS rules and declarations into the same file “styles.css”. In case the old behavior is required for compatibility with legacy code, it can be restored by using the new public property HtmlFixedSaveOptions.SaveFontFaceCssSeparately. Please read following article.

We are pleased to announce the first public release of Aspose.Cells for PHP via Java v18.7 for the users. The new API incorporates MS Excel data processing and rendering functionalities in PHP (a widely-used open source scripting language). Aspose.Cells for PHP via Java has full functionality of Aspose.Cells for Java with a few limitations, minor API changes and additional requirements. Please notice Product features comparison page for your reference. See the following release notes on major features for your reference.

Aspose.Cells for PHP is a subset API that includes all the important and useful features present in its native Aspose.Cells for Java. Aspose.Cells for PHP via Java is equally robust and feature rich component. It supports high-fidelity file format conversions to and from XLS, XLSX, XLSM, SpreadsheetML, CSV, Tab Delimited, HTML, MHTML and OpenDocument Spreadsheet in PHP. The developers will have full programmatic access through a rich APIs set to all MS Excel document objects and formatting that allows to create, modify, extract, copy, merge, and replace spreadsheet content. With Aspose.Cells for PHP via Java, developers can export data, format spreadsheets to the most granular level, create, manipulate and render charts, apply and calculate complex formulas efficiently and much more. Please visit the document on how to setup environment and installation guidelines.