We’re happy to release 19.7 version of Aspose.Words Cloud. In this release, we’ve introduced working with Range feature, PDF to Word conversion enhancement, all new Aspose.Words Cloud SDK for .NET, along with many other fixes. Read on to see what’s new.
Range API If you’re familiar with the Microsoft Word Automation, you would know that the most commonly used object in it is Range object. The Range Object enables a user to specify a contiguous area in a document and then allow to modify it, such as insert text or apply formatting.
Adding Aspose Cloud SDK to the Android Studio
You can add AsposeCloudSDK to your Android Studio project as an external Aspose Cloud Maven dependency or as an external library via Gradle files.
1. Aspose Cloud Maven DependencyYou can add AsposeCloudSDK to your Android Studio project by adding following lines of code in your app/build.gradle file. (Please note that these modifications go in the build.gradle file in your module’s directory, not the build file in the project root directory).
Aspose Cloud Now Supports Auto-Scaling, Load Balancing & Is More Reliable
We are pleased to announce that Aspose Cloud has been migrated to new Amazon EC2 architecture with Auto Scaling, Elastic Load Balancing and several other features. Uninterrupted and reliable service are the key requirements for any Cloud service and our team is working hard to keep providing faster, secure, reliable and uninterrupted service to our valued customers. Migration to this new architecture is a big step forward.
With the introduction of this new architecture, our customers will see big improvement in the following areas.