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Wednesday, November 12, 2008
  NiXPS SDK v2.6 Released!

Today we are releasing a new version of our NiXPS software development kit: NiXPS SDK v2.6 (read the PR here).

As more and more customers are using .NET, we worked really hard in providing a much better C# interface.
We already have a very elegant C++ object model, which allows you to do all kinds of high-level and low-level modifications to an XPS file, but in C# you were left with the base C api. The same power was there, but not very convenient to use.
All of this changes now in the v2.6, as we have invested time and effort in offering the exact same object model for C# users, than the one that is (and keeps being) available for C++ users of the library.

However, there are also goodies for C/C++ developers.

We include a new conversion output: Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), and made various improvements on the core technology based on feedback we have received from customers.

As we are big proponents of learning by example, we also increased the amount of examples we are supplying in our SDK. We plan on bringing these on-line too.
The examples are available for both C/C++ developers and C# developers.

A lot of these examples are a result of feedback we get from prospects and customers. The information shared between our technical support and customers could benefit everyone working with, or thinking about working with, NiXPS software.
That's why we are setting up a forum with the intentions to share information, experiences, questions, etc... about NiXPS software.
I would like to invite you to join the NiXPS Google group. There is not much content there yet, but I'm sure this will change if more people join over time.

Finally some more info about NiXPS SDK v2.6:
A full overview of this new release, including a feature matrix, can be found here.
You can request a trial version by filling-in this form.
Purchasing information can be found here.

Try it out, and let us know what you think!

PS. This v2.6 release is free for everyone under maintenance.
 
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