Scryber 0.8.8.0

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Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 672
Change Set: 106260
Released: Jul 2, 2014
Updated: Jul 2, 2014 by perceiveit
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Release Notes

This is a .NET 4.0 binaries release intended for people who do not use Visual Studio or NuGet Packages.
It is much easier and most definitely recommended to use the Visual Studio extension. Explained here http://www.scryber.co.uk/links/vsix

VSIX extension is available here... http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/1f14c378-c102-4687-a16f-ce4eaaef845d

And the NuGet package (does not include the item templates) is available here http://www.nuget.org/packages/scryber/

0.8.8 Contains a number of new features and bug fixes including

  • Added support for Lists - Numbers, Bullets, Definitions etc.
    • Fully styled
    • Numbering Groups to continue across list boundaries
    • Roman, Alpha, Upper and Lower styles
    • Or None
  • Page Numbering with grouping
    • Groups of pages
    • Style based
    • Fallback numbering continuation outside of groups
  • Improved support for XML Data sources
    • Multiple namespace prefix support
    • Dynamic assignment and binding
  • Item and Query String binding
    • Bind to sources in the Documents Item Collection - {item: ...}
    • Full path reflection including indexes and key values.
    • Bind to values on the query string by name. - {qs: ....}
  • Headings are now fully qualified block components.
    • They can contain other components as well as text
    • They support backgrounds and patterns
    • They support borders and sides.
  • Other improvements to output
    • Smaller size files with name name dictionaries and reducing the number of ExtGS.
    • Not found Substitute fonts will not be repeatably stored in the file.
    • Long words break over the first line correctly.

Reviews for this release

     
Excellant tool to generate the pdf file with in the .net Environment.
by Parthipan on Jul 16, 2014 at 6:19 AM