San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 16, 2010
Extentech today released ExtenXLS 8 Java Spreadsheet SDK now with PDF support. ExtenXLS 8 provides advanced capabilities for Java applications requiring spreadsheet functionality with best-of-breed Excel compatibility.
This new release significantly increases file format support by reading directly from CSV and XML data, and outputting to XML, JSON, CSV, XLS, XLSX, and Adobe PDF. With doubled and tripled performance in some areas, ExtenXLS 8 allows for advanced use cases like executing formulas as web services and running high-performance reports on the fly from multiple data sources. Organizations looking for cost-savings and efficiencies can save significant development costs and eliminate spreadsheet errors by reusing and controlling spreadsheets from within their business applications.
Extentech CEO John McMahon states, "ExtenXLS 8 is a powerhouse of functionality and performance, all backed by top notch support, satisfied customers, thorough sample files and documentation. The cross-platform power of ExtenXLS is as relevant as ever with Web 2.0 and cloud-based apps required to interface with client-server Java code -- all while supporting the new, legacy, and proprietary office formats."
ExtenXLS 8 gives Java programmers complete control. With a single line of code developers can create spreadsheets from scratch, inserting cells, numbers, formulas, charts, images, named ranges, hyperlinks, conditional formatting, comments, auto-filters, and dates.
The SDK can output in a variety of formats, including:
- Custom formats using XSLT (sample code included)
ExtenXLS 8 features innovations such as:
- Support for Web 2.0 JSON and XML protocols
- Revision tracking and auditing support
- Storing and loading spreadsheets with the database of your choice
- XML data-mapping format for merging live data into spreadsheet templates with a single line of code
Trusted by hundreds of companies worldwide for over eight-years, ExtenXLS is the Java spreadsheet SDK of choice for companies such as the Nielsen Corporation, IBM, and AT&T. With robust support for the latest office file formats, ExtenXLS ensures forward and backward compatibility for important Java spreadsheet applications.
ExtenXLS 8 is available immediately as a free thirty-day evaluation download at: http://extentech.com/estore/download_center.jsp. Pricing starts at $2495/CPU which includes a full year of unlimited email support and all upgrades.
About Extentech, Inc.
Extentech, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco CA., is a leading developer of Java integration and spreadsheet tools that help decision makers, developers, and business users maximize ROI from spreadsheets and Web 2.0 technologies. Since 1999, Extentech Inc. has provided state-of-the-art spreadsheet automation, integration and business intelligence tools for IBM, JPMorgan, Accenture, Toyota, and hundreds of companies worldwide.
For more information, visit http://www.extentech.com.