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Aspose.Total Java for IntelliJ IDEA

Aspose.Total Java for IntelliJ IDEA allows developers to create Aspose Java project through plugin provided Aspose Project Wizard. The wizard enables the developers to select and download the latest Aspose Java APIs and samples example codes.

This plugin helps you to explore Aspose Java APIs inside your favorite IntelliJ IDE.

  • Aspose Project Wizard creates a new project by downloading and referencing libraries of Aspose Java APIs.
  • Aspose Project wizard allows you to select API from Aspose Java product lines like Aspose.Cells for Java and Aspose.Words for Java.
  • Once specific API is selected, its reference is automatically downloaded from Aspose servers and referenced in classpath of the project.
  • Once project is created using New Project > Aspose Application, user can then add Aspose samples using Fiel Menu->New > Aspose Example.
  • Available samples are displayed in tree format from where user can select one.
  • Selected sample will be added to current project including source files and required data files.
  • New created project is ready to debug/evaluate, all references are automatically added.

With this plugin, you never need to check for new releases of Aspose components. Whenever a new release is published, you will be notified while creating project and you can also check release notes to save your time.

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Plugin Documentation

For the complete documentation of this Intellij IDEA plugin, please go through this wiki - click here

Latest Release - Ver 1.4 (Critical: Aspose Examples Wizard will only work with this latest update)

New Features

  • Aspose.OCR for Java Examples are now available in Aspose Examples Wizard of your favorite InteliJ IDEA
  • Aspose.OCR for Java Examples are now available in Aspose Examples Wizard of your favorite InteliJ IDEA
  • More Aspose.Slides Examples comparing features of Apache POI HSLF and XSLF.
  • More Aspose.Words Examples with Missing Features of Apache POI HWPF and XWPF.
  • Aspose.Cells Examples showing Missing Features of Apache POI HSSF and XSSF.
  • Supports and Tested with latest IntelliJ IDEA v.14.0.1, v.14.1.5 and v.15.0.1
  • Necessary update for Aspose Examples wizard since examples may not appear proper with older versions of plugin.

Release - Ver 1.3 and 1.3.1

New Features

  • Aspose Java vs Apache POI Examples available in Aspose Examples Wizard.
  • User experience improved. GUI improvements / Progress Monitors for long tasks. (while downloading of examples and API jars).

Release - Ver 1.2

New Features

  • Support is added in Aspose Project wizard & Aspose Examples wizard for following new Aspose products:
    1. Aspose.Diagram
    2. Aspose.Tasks

Release 1.1

New Features

This release of Aspose.Total Java for IntelliJ IDEA, provides sample example source codes for using Aspose Java APIs through Aspose Example - wizard (option in New Menu)

By following the steps below:

  1. First Create Java Project by using plugin provided Aspose Project Wizard
  2. Right Click on Project or Select File Menu
  3. Select New, You will come up with a New Menu options enlisting Aspose Example option on top.
  4. Select Aspose Example Option
  5. Aspose Example Dialog will appears, on selecting Aspose Java API from drop down list, numbers of available selected Aspose Java API samples will appears in tree like style list, by selecting any example (and clicking on Create), its sample code will be created along with the required data file for it within the project **src **folder.

Finally, the downloaded / created example is ready to be evaluated / enhanced as per your usage requirement.

For the complete detail please check the following step by step wiki documentation, click here

How to configure source code of Aspose Project Wizard

Below simple steps will smoothly lead to successful configuration of Aspose Project Wizard source code in IntelliJ IDE

  1. Download / Clone the source code.
  2. Choose File -> Open Project
  3. Browse to the project source that is just downloaded in above step and open the project.
  4. Aspose for IntelliJ plugin code is now ready to enhance.

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Last edited Dec 3, 2015 at 4:59 AM by AdeelIlyas, version 69