aspose.cloud Newsletter February 2019: Work with Cloud File Format REST APIs & SDKs
02/07/2019

It includes info about Cloud REST API and SDKs for working with Microsoft Visio Diagrams, Reordering multiple PowerPoint slides in one Cloud REST API call.

Online PR News – 07-February-2019 – Lane Cove, NSW – Aspose.Cloud Newsletter for February 2019 has now been published that highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases. It also includes information about Cloud REST API and SDKs for working with Microsoft Visio Diagrams, Reordering multiple PowerPoint slides in one Cloud REST API call, Convert HTML to Markdown and MHTML formats in cloud applications and much more.

Cloud REST API and SDKs for working with Microsoft Visio Diagrams

Manipulate Visio files without Microsoft Visio installed. Aspose.Diagram offers cloud REST API and SDKs for .NET, Java, cURL, PHP, Python, Ruby and Node.js platforms to seamlessly create, edit and convert Visio file formats without needing Microsoft Visio. It supports working with native VSD/VSDX format as well as other popular Visio formats including VSS, VST, VSX, VTX, VDW, VDX, VSSX, VSTX, VSDM, VSSM and VSTM. Download Free Trial: https://dashboard.aspose.cloud/?utm_source=nl&utm_campaign=nl-feb19&utm_medium=link

Reordering multiple PowerPoint slides in one Cloud REST API call

Aspose.Slides Cloud REST API offers separate SDKs for .NET, Java, cURL, PHP and Node.js platforms to manipulate PowerPoint presentations. The latest version now supports reordering multiple slides in a presentation in one API call. Developers can also add slides in a presentation as well copying slides from other presentation or moving to other position.

Convert HTML to Markdown and MHTML formats in cloud applications

Aspose.HTML Cloud REST APIs and SDKs for popular platforms allow to dynamically manipulate HTML documents within cloud applications. The latest version supports converting HTML file to Markdown (Standard and GitLab Flavored Markdown) and MHTML formats. While converting HTML to MHTML - you can handle the resource depth level using maxDepth API parameter, scripts with javaScript API parameter, URLs with urlRestrict API parameter and use defaults API parameters for resources handling. Read more details here: https://blog.aspose.cloud/2019/01/28/convert-html-to-markdown-and-mhtml-file-format-in-aspose.html-cloud-18.11/?utm_source=nl&utm_campaign=nl-feb19&utm_medium=link

Collect a copy of Aspose Newsletter, February 2019 edition

Collect the English version of this newsletter: https://blog.aspose.cloud/2019/02/01/working-with-cloud-file-format-rest-apis-and-sdks-aspose.cloud-newsletter-february-2019/