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Mar. 28, 2013
Responding to numerous requests, MS Outlook parser was released. more

Oct. 16, 2009
New OpenDocument family documents parsers are availble now.
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Aug. 31, 2007
New MS Office 2007 documents parsers has been added to the collection.
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Nov. 21, 2005
Docs2text 2.0 component released. Supported document formats are MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, rtf, Adobe Acrobat PDF.
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Let it be a temporary Android-related page for now...

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As a response to our customers' requests we decided to port our libraries to Android - modestly speaking one of the most popular mobile platforms. Historically happened that we started and as a result continued to develop our libraries using powerful assembly language in attempt to achieve highest possible processing speed and flexibility, which we in fact did. Once of the downsides of this process is that assembly language with all its cons and pros is not as easily portable as we'd like. However we, above all, love challenges and can't wait to see how we'll fare on this one.


Our priorities remain the same - highest processing speed and resource-sparing (which is somewhat essential for mobile platforms despite constant hardware improvements) components for your needs.


Right now we're working on most common pieces of code and unfortunately none of the libraries we're working on are totally complete to be provided for testing or ordering. Nevertheless some of them are pretty close to become one. This is where your valuable opinion would matter to us a lot. We would highly appreciate if you'd let us know which of the libraries you're interested in and what else you'd like us to do. Depending on your input we'll focus on more demanded issues which in return speed up the whole process.


We value every question, suggestion or remark and respond to any of them, so feel free to contact us using the form below. Thank you in advance.


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