Give your business a newer, better way to prepare documents. This course introduces the Aspose.Words for .NET API, which allows developers to incorporate efficient, dynamic, and data-driven document processing capabilities into their applications.
If you or your business is in need of an innovative solution for document preparation, this course is for you. This course, Aspose.Words for .NET: Creating Dynamic Documents, provides an introduction to Aspose.Words for .NET, an API that allows developers to implement document processing within their applications, all without requiring any Microsoft Office applications. While Aspose.Words is packed full of great features, this course will specifically focus on creating and generating documents and/or reports from inside the application. You can also fully utilize any .NET-driven data source to populate these documents (ADO.NET, XML, Business Objects, etc.). You'll learn how to install the Aspose.Words API, understand the Aspose.Words Document Object Model, and utilize its comprehensive set of classes and enumerations. You'll also discover how to create documents either from scratch using C# code or by exploiting the mail merge capability to populate a pre-existing template. Finally, you'll explore and apply a variety of data-driven techniques to dynamically fill those forms with information, and learn how to save the documents they create. By the end of this course, you will be able to integrate document processing into your applications in order to create and prepare better documents.
Ryan Louth is a software developer for GuideStone Financial Resources. Before becoming a developer, he taught middle school science for several years. Having always had a passion for technology and software, Ryan completed his masters degree in Software Engineering and transitioned to a career in the world of IT.
Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Ryan Louth, and welcome to my course, Aspose. Words for. Net: Creating Dynamic Documents. I'm a software developer at GuideStone Financial Resources. In this course, we're going to learn how the Aspose. Words for. NET API allows us to create dynamic documents from within our web or desktop applications. How cool would it be to create a document completely in code? Here are some of the major topics we'll cover: The Aspose. Words Document Object Model, how to build and populate a document by only using C# code, adding text, tables, charts, images, and other elements to the document, implementing a mail merge, and different ways to load and save documents. By the end of this course, you will have a good foundational knowledge of the Aspose. Words for. NET API, and you should be on your way to creating awesome dynamic and data-driven documents. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with the Visual Studio IDE, the C# programming language, the. NET Framework, object-oriented programming concepts, and have at least a beginner level understanding of document processing, as well as a basic familiarity with object trees in order to understand the document object model. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Aspose. Words with the Aspose. Words for. NET: Creating Dynamic Documents course, at Pluralsight.