• GroupDocs.Signature for .NET

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    Last Published: | Latest Version: 17.5.0-alpha-20170529105354

    GroupDocs.Signature for .NET allows developers to write applications with ability to significantly sign electronic docs and verify them. Signatures can be of different types. API supports multitude of file formats. The quite captivating fact about the API is, its UI less and... More information

  • Aspose.Words for .NET

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    Last Published: | Latest Version: 15.3.0

    Aspose.Words for .NET is a class library for .NET that enables you to perform a wide range of document processing tasks directly within your .NET applications.

  • Aspose.Slides for .NET

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    Last Published: | Latest Version: 15.3.1

    Aspose.Slides is a PowerPoint management library for working with Microsoft PowerPoint files without using Microsoft PowerPoint. It allows developers to work with PPT, PPS, POT, PPTX, PPSX, POTX and ODP files on ASP.NET web applications, web services and Windows applications.

  • AODL

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    Last Published: | Latest Version: 1.2.0.1

    AODL is C# .NET library for creating / editing documents in the OpenDocument Format ( ODF ). Requires no knowledge about the ODF XML schema itself.

  • ActivityManager

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    Last Published: | Latest Version: 1.0.6

    Основными особенностями ActivityManager являются: - Независимость от источника данных: поддерживаются все СУБД, для которых существуют провайдеры .Net, а также CSV, XML, JSON и HTML-источники данных; - Формирование отчетов без использования COM: все отчеты формируются непосредственно в XML; -... More information

  • GroupDocs.Editor for .NET

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    Last Published: | Latest Version: 17.6.0-alpha-20170623070851

    GroupDocs.Editor is an UI/DB/platform agnostic engine that can be plugged in any of kind of HTML editor and allows you to edit different document formats in your .NET applications. Supported file formats include: - Doc - Docx - Docm - Odt - Rtf and many more formats. The GroupDocs.Editor for... More information