Aspose.Font for Java is flexible and easy to use library to handle multiple fonts. API supports different formats such as TrueType CFF, OpenType, and Type1. Moreover, It can load fonts, provide its data structures information along with any glyph, encoding information for all the font types and save fonts. End-users can get help through its rendering subsystem to render any desired glyph or text. Developers can render special glyphs by implementing interface using simple graphics like move point, draw line, and curve.
An overview of Aspose.Font for Java API.
Aspose.Font for Java supports the following Java versions:
Aspose.Font for Java supports the following file formats.
Load font documents from disc
Load font files stream
Read font information
Save updated font files to disc
Read Glyphs and Metrics information
Detect Latin Symbols in Fonts
Extract embedded licensing information
Render text using font glyphs
Support different font formats
Aspose.Font for Java can easily load, extract and save different font formats. Here is just few lines of code for TrueType TTF.
byte fontMemoryData = Utils.getInputFileBytes("Montserrat-Regular.ttf"); //Font file name with full path FontDefinition fd = new FontDefinition(FontType.TTF, new FontFileDefinition("ttf", new ByteContentStreamSource(fontMemoryData))); TtfFont font = (TtfFont) Font.open(fd); //Work with data from just loaded TtfFont object //Save TtfFont to disk font.save(Utils.getDataDir() + "Montserrat-Regular_out.ttf");