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.NET vs C++ Versions of Aspose.Slides Libraries


I’m evaluating Aspose.Words and Aspose.Slides for converting Office documents to PDF. Are there differences between the quality, performance or frequency of releases between the .NET and C++ on-premise versions of these libraries for Linux? Would you recommend one over the other in certain circumstances?

Thanks in advance for any advice!

Thank you for posting the questions.

Aspose libraries are released for C++ as regularly as they are for .NET. I added a ticket with ID SLIDESCPP-3346 in our issue tracking system for Aspose.Slides. We will reply to you as soon as possible about the quality and performance differences between the C++ and .NET versions.

Aspose.Slides for .NET
Aspose.Slides for C++

You can also get the Temporary License and evaluate these versions yourself.

Our support team will answer you about Aspose.Words further.

Aspose.Slides development team investigated your questions. If we are talking about Linux, Aspose.Slides for C++ is definitely more stable and predictable because it is prepared and tested specifically for Linux, as opposed to the universal .NET version.

@Andrey_Potapov Thank for very much for the fast replies!

Your colleague writes that for Aspose.Words the primary development target is .NET and then the code is ported to C++ afterwards. Is that also true for Aspose.Slides?

It is also true for Aspose.Slides. Aspose.Sides for .NET is ported to other platforms but according to our developers Aspose.Slides for C++ Linux releases are optimized specifically for Linux.

Thanks a lot!