Page Description Languages (PDLs) provide a high-level description of a page's appearance, transcending the mere arrangement of pixels. These PDLs play a pivotal role by bridging computer applications like graphic design tools and text editors with output devices such as printers and displays. Typically, printing systems view pages as rectangles defined by their width (m pixels) and height (n pixels). Naturally, handling and manipulating such large files in memory, editing them, and transmitting them across distributed networks can be impractical. This solution accommodates Page Description Languages like PS, EPS, and XPS for efficient management of such tasks.

Are you seeking a dependable solution for rendering and manipulating XPS, PS, and EPS files? Look no further than Aspose.Page for Java. Our cutting-edge library empowers you to effortlessly create, modify, and convert both existing and new XPS files — all without the need for additional software.

With our intuitive API, you gain the capability to perform a multitude of operations, including:

🚀 Effortless Document Manipulation: Seamlessly manipulate document pages and elements like canvases, paths, and glyphs, granting you complete control over your content.

🖼 Create and Edit Vector Graphics: Craft and fine-tune vector graphics shapes to perfection, ensuring your visuals stand out.

🎨 Vibrant Color Control: Specify colors in various color spaces to achieve the exact look and feel you desire, giving life to your creations.

But that's not all! Aspose.Page for Java also enables developers to convert PS and EPS documents into PDF format and various raster image formats. With this versatile tool at your disposal, you can effortlessly adapt your content to suit your needs.

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

Create or Parse XPS Documents

API creates XPS files on the fly or loads existing documents for parsing and manipulation. It can perform different operations like changing the appearance of graphics and text strings, specifying colors in different color spaces, manipulate device configuration information, user intent and much more. Java developers can easily integrate all these features with just a few lines of code.

Create XPS file from scratch - Java

    // Create an XPS document
    XpsDocument nwDoc = new XpsDocument();

    // Add a glyph to the document
    com.aspose.nwDoc.XpsGlyphs glyphs = nwDoc.addGlyphs("Arial", 12, XpsFontStyle.Regular, 300f, 450f, "Hello World!");


    // Save the result + "output.xps");

The library provides specialized classes for converting EPS & PS files to raster images and PDF. The configuration of the conversion process is easy to control the image quality within the PDF as well as for standalone images. Furthermore, developers may easily suppress errors if they are working with batches.
The solution also offers various conversions like:


1. Why would you need Aspose.Page for Java?

Aspose.Page for Java helps developers to seamlessly integrate functionality for manipulating PS, XPS, EPS, and OXPs files like creating, editing, converting, and rendering these formats, into their applications.

2. What formats are supported by Aspose.Page for Java?

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 Java?

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 Java?

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


Support and Learning Resources


Aspose.Page offers individual APIs for popular development environments as listed below: