GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 20.11 Release Notes
GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 20.11 comes up with support of .NET Standard 2.0 as well as several improvements and bug fixes in working with charts, Markdown, JSON data sources, and other areas.
Full List of Features Covering all Changes in this Release
|Support for .NET Core 3.0
|Support inline links for Markdown
|Support inline images for Markdown
|API support for .NET 5.0
|Nullable int is not recognized for JsonDataSource
|Chart legend entries removed in a template appear in a result Word Processing document
|Tag “removeif” throws NullReferenceException for a Word Processing document
|JsonDataSource cannot access a property having the same name as its containing object
|Tag “cellMerge” with empty cells throws ArgumentOutOfRangeException for a Word Processing document
|Tag “backColor” adds unwanted carriage return for a Word Processing document
|JsonDataSource throws DuplicateNameException
Public API and Backward Incompatible Changes
Supported Inline Links and Inline Images for Markdown
From now on, inline links and inline images (see Inline Link) are supported when saving assembled Markdown documents to Word Processing formats and saving assembled Word Processing documents and emails to Markdown.
Supported Working with .NET Standard 2.0 Implementations
Starting with version 20.11, GroupDocs.Assembly supports working with .NET Standard 2.0 implementations such as .NET Core 2.0 and later. For more information on .NET Standard 2.0 implementations, see .NET Standard documentation.
Working with GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET Standard 2.0 in Your Project
GroupDocs.Assembly is built on top of several Aspose products. Some of the products use SkiaSharp to deal with graphics-related tasks within .NET Standard 2.0, whereas the others prefer System.Drawing.Common. That is why, GroupDocs.Assembly depends on the both packages.
A recommended way to deal with these and other GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET Standard 2.0 dependencies is installing of GroupDocs.Assembly NuGet package. Otherwise, you can install all dependencies listed at the NuGet package page manually.
Depending on OS you work on, you may need to install some additional dependencies. Learn more about these dependencies in the article “How to Work with GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET Standard 2.0”.