Aspose.Words Cloud SDK for Ruby assists developers seamlessly integrate Microsoft Word and OpenOffice document processing functionality into their cloud-based Ruby applications.
This SDK allows you to create documents, perform document comparison, search and replace text, apply password, apply text or image watermark, join documents, split documents and export documents to various file formats.
You can work with document paragraphs, sections, comments, bookmarks, headers, footers, tables, OfficeMath objects, OLE data, mustache template, and mail-merge template. Basic file and folder management is also supported.
Developers generally think a lot differently than the average person who winds up using their application. By nature, developers are more linear thinkers trying to develop software for a general population that is usually anything but. For that reason, embedding tutorials and creating documentation that explains how a piece of software is intended to work has become a critical component of the end user experience.
Development with RESTful APIs enables organizations to integrate and thus more fully deliver on the promise of social, mobile, analytics and the cloud. In this tutorial from Mark Massé, Senior Director of Engineering at ESPN, we will provide a step-by-step guide to developing RESTful APIs.
OpenSearchServer, a search engine API, has launched its first of many APIs to come: OpenSearchServer Screenshot API. The API's basic functionality enables the user to take a screenshot of any website. Users have multiple options regarding screen size and which portions of the screen to capture. The Screenshot API developed out of an open source project aimed at continued improvement across a number of search nuances.