Page Description Languages describe the appearance of a page at a higher level than an array of pixels. PDLs serve as a binding link between computer applications, such as graphics tools, text editors, etc, and output devices: publishing (printing) systems and displays. Most printing systems treat printed pages as a rectangle of m pixels in width and n pixels in a height. Of course, it is not convenient to store such large files in memory, edit them, and transfer them over the distributed network. This solution supports PS, EPS, and XPS Page Description Languages.

Unleash the full potential of your C++ applications with Aspose.Page! Whether you enhance graphics, automate document generation, or optimize printing processes, our API provides the tools you need for precision and control. Our trusted library is your go-to solution for seamless rendering and manipulation of XPS, PS, and EPS files, with Aspose.Page, you can create, modify, and convert XPS files, all without the need for additional software. Our powerful API puts the control in your hands, so you can manipulate document pages, craft vector graphics, and play with a palette of vibrant colors in various spaces. Plus, you can take your documents to the next level by converting PS, EPS, and XPS files into dynamic PDFs and stunning raster images. Elevate your document-handling capabilities today with Aspose.Page for C++ and redefine the way you work with page description languages!

Learn more about PS, EPS, and XPS API Features:

Insert Pages into XPS Files

Aspose.Page for C++ supports loading XPS files for manipulation and we can easily add new pages within that file. C++ developers can use the library to automate scenarios that may help them on their way.

Add document Pages to an XPS file - C++

    //Create an XPS document
    auto xpsDocs = MakeObject<XpsDocument>();

    //Add a glyph to the document
    auto glyphs = xpsDocs->AddGlyphs(u"Arial", 12, FontStyle::Regular, 300f, 450f, u"Hello World!");

    //Save the result
    xpsDocs->Save(dir + u"output.xps");

The library offers the conversion of XPS, PS, and EPS documents to PDF and raster image formats including BMP, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF. The developer can specify quality level, resolution, and page numbers while saving documents within images.
The solution also offers various conversions like:


1. Why would you need Aspose.Page for C++?

Aspose.Page for C++ is developed for manipulating PS, XPS, EPS, and OXPs files like creating, editing, converting, and rendering these formats, into C++ applications.

2. What formats are supported by Aspose.Page for C++?

This API Solution supports PS, EPS, XPS, OXPS, as input and PDF, image formats, and SVG as output formats in conversion functionality.

3. Where can I find the requirements to start working with Aspose.Page for C++?

Go to Documentation to learn the fundamentals like system requirements, installation, licensing, and how to run examples. There you can also find Developer Guide and knowledge base about the formats.

4. Where can I get help if there are any issues with the API?

Try to get answer at the Free Support Forum . If you din not get one, just create a new topic with th issue faced.

5. Where can I find the latest updates of Aspose.Page for C++?

Check Relese Notes to see the progress, all the updates, and the newest features added.


Support and Learning Resources


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