PDF File Manipulation API for Java
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Aspose.PDF for Java
Aspose.PDF for Java is a fast and light weight PDF processing API to generate, modify, convert, render, secure and print PDF documents without using Adobe Acrobat. API supports working with PDF, XFA, TXT, HTML, PCL, XML, XPS and image file formats.
Aspose.PDF for Java is an affordably priced, feature rich PDF API that offers PDF compression options, table creation and manipulation, graph support, image functions, extensive hyperlink functionality, extended security controls and custom font handling. Moreover, developers can create PDF documents directly through its API or via XML templates, and can create forms or manage form fields embedded in PDF documents.
At A Glance
Some of the advanced capabilities of Aspose.PDF for Java.
- Create PDF from Scratch
- Update Existing PDF Files
- Save as PDF/A Format
- Manage Images
- Manage Attachments
- Manage Pages
- Create & Manage Forms
- Read Annotation from PDF
- Add Text Annotation
- Format Annotation Text
- Load Password Protected Files
- Digitally Sign Documents
- Text File
- XLS, XLSX
- DOC, DOCX
Aspose.PDF for Java is implemented using Java and it works with JDK 1.8 or above.
- JSP/JSF Application
- Desktop Application
Supported File Formats
Aspose.PDF for Java supports most popular document formats.
- Fixed Layout: PDF, PDF/A, XPS
- Books: EPUB
- Web: HTML, MHTML
- Others: TEX, CGM, XSLFO, XML, PCL, SVG
- Microsoft Office: DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPTX
- Images: JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF
- Others: MobiXML, XML
- PostScript: PS
Advanced Java PDF Parser API Features
Inter-convert PDF & images
Add text to the PDF documents
Add graph objects & images
Add tables while creating PDF documents
Create bookmarks & add headings
Add/Remove attachments and annotations
Set PDF encryption & passwords
Create PDF form Word documents
Create multiple column based PDF documents
Add, update, delete text & images from PDF documents
Easily use Latex script for mathematical formulas in the table cell
Extract paragraph's text from PDF
Convert PDF to Different Formats
Aspose.PDF for Java allows converting PDF to any of different supported format like Word, HTML, PowerPoint etc with in Java applications is easy with just few lines of code.
Save PDF in different formats - Java
// load the file to be converted Document pdf = new Document(dir + "template.pdf"); // save in different formats pdf.save(dir + "output.docx", SaveFormat.DocX); pdf.save(dir + "output.pptx", SaveFormat.Pptx); pdf.save(dir + "output.html", SaveFormat.Html);
Dynamically Manage PDF Files
Aspose.PDF for Java API not only creates PDF files from scratch but also manipulates and saves PDF documents to multiple formats including PDF/A compliant documents. Moreover, API also supports PDF generation from XML, PCL or image files.
Few of PDF files manipulation capabilities of API are table creation, specifying the table width, margin information, padding, row span, column-span, default cell text and much more. Nested tables, as well as the integration of tables with data sources, also supported.
Content Formatting on Most Granular Level
Aspose.PDF for Java has the ability to align text horizontally as well as vertically. Within horizontal alignment, one can easily change content alignment from left to right with respect to languages such as Arabic, Hebrew, and Urdu and can handle white spaces in the text, set custom tab stops and much more. For vertical alignment, one can adjust text segments such as baseline or topline.
Furthermore, API supports defining text formatting for all segments of a document, changing text foreground and background colors and usage of replaceable symbols which allows changing the corresponding text content at runtime.
Protect PDF Files with Ease
Aspose.PDF for Java offers the facility to encrypt PDF documents with a verity encryption algorithms and key sizes. You may also set master and user passwords for further PDF security. Content modification in PDF documents such as content copying, PDF printing, form field completion, degraded printing, annotation modification as well as PDF document assembly can all be restricted by using Aspose.PDF for Java.
Encrypt PDF document - Java
// load PDF to be encrypted Document pdf = new Document(dir + "template.pdf"); // encrypt the PDF document pdf.encrypt("userPassword", "ownerPassword", 0, CryptoAlgorithm.AESx256); // save the encrypted PDF pdf.save(dir + "output.pdf");
Enhance PDF Reports with Graphs & Images
Aspose.PDF for Java supports graphs, which can be drawn on any page specified by coordinates. You may also choose to rotate or scale the existing graphs to suit your requirements.
API allows images insertion, replacement and deletion, present within PDF files as well as enables to use images as watermark while generating PDF documents or manipulating existing files.
Process PDF Form Fields
Beyond simple form fields processing like addition & removal of form fields, PDF API provides advanced features such as converting Dynamic XFA form to Standard AcroForm, getting form fields from a specific region of PDF document, adding tooltips and setting custom fonts for the form fields.
Adobe Acrobat Automation - Not Needed
Aspose.PDF for Java APIs are built using managed code that can be installed and deployed without needing Adobe Acrobat installed. It is easier and flexible to use as compared to Adobe Acrobat automation.
What People Are Saying
Don't just take our word for it. See what users have to say about Aspose.PDF APIs.
The initial benefit was a reduction in licensing fees as Office no longer needed to be installed on each provided server. In addition to those immediate savings we saw an additional benefit in being able to programmatically lock and sign the PDF documents.Paul Allaire | Loryx Systems, USA
Aspose.PDF worked exactly as we needed it to by integrating seamlessly with the rest of our product’s functionality. We were successful in using Aspose.PDF to tackle all of our objectives while expending minimal resources.Mike Dearborn | CrewBridge Technologies, USA