Aspose.Slides for Java is a Java PowerPoint API for presentations manipulation and management. It allows developers to read, write, convert and manipulate PowerPoint presentations in Java. All document elements such as slides, tables, text, charts, shapes, images and SmartArt diagrams are accessible for manipulation.
Aspose.Slides for Java API supports exporting presentations to PDF, PDF/A, HTML, XPS and image formats. The Java PowerPoint API includes many extended Java PPT features as: merge, clone, split, compare, print PPT(X) presentations in Java. Aspose.Slides for Java API works without any additional dependencies needed.
At a Glance
Aspose.Slides for Java API features overview.
- Create Charts
- Work with SmartArts
- Work with PowerPoint Shapes
- Support for ActiveX Controls
- Support for Ole Objects
- Manage Text & Formatting
- Manage Hyperlink Text
- Set Placeholder Type
- Text placeholders & frames
- Supports MSO Charts
- Supports SmartArt Shapes
- Supports ActiveX Shapes
- Manage Slide Transitions
- Manage Animation Effects
- Add Connectors to Shapes
- Rotate & Flip Shapes
- Manage Shape's Line Styles
Aspose.Slides for Java API can be consumed in any Java-based desktop, enterprise web application or in any Linux and Unix environment.
- JSP/JSF Application
- Desktop Application
Supported File Formats
Aspose.Slides for Java API supports the following presentation and conversion formats.
- Microsoft PowerPoint: PPT, PPTX, PPS, POT, PPSX, PPTM, PPSM, POTX, POTM
- OpenOffice: ODP
- Fixed Layout: PDF, PDF/A, XPS
- Images: JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF
- Web: HTML
Advanced Features of Java PowerPoint API
Create or clone existing slides from templates
Save & open files to & from streams
Generate presentations from database
Create shapes and add text to shapes on slides
Work with PowerPoint tables
Handle text & shape formatting
Remove or apply the protection on shapes
Embed Excel charts as OLE objects in slides
Work with ActiveX components
Convert Presentation to Multiple Formats in Java
Aspose.Slides for Java API renders presentations to a wide number of standard formats similar to the original one using its rendering engine. The rendering engine is specially designed for rendering with the highest of fidelity to the PowerPoint. Converting presentations to any supported format is simple by just loading, setting the output format and calling the Save method. With Java PowerPoint API, define the settings of Java PPT conversion to change the output document on a fly.
Render presentations - Java
// load the file to be rendered Presentation prest = new Presentation(dir + "template.pptx"); // Convert PPTX to PDF, XPS and TIFF prest.save(dir + "output.pdf", SaveFormat.Pdf); prest.save(dir + "output.xps", SaveFormat.Xps); prest.save(dir + "output.tiff", SaveFormat.Tiff);
Change Presentation Elements in Java
Aspose.Slides for Java API is capable of handling all slide elements including table, text box, rectangle, polyline, ellipse, auto-shape, picture frame, video frame, audio frame & OLE object frame. The Java PowerPoint API also provides a well-designed set of Java PPT classes that enables you to comprehensively manipulate each of these elements.
Manipulate PowerPoint SmartArt in Java
Aspose.Slides for Java API can easily create or access, manipulate and remove existing SmartArt shapes from a slide. The Java PowerPoint API facilitates to dynamically explore the SmartArt's properties or to manage SmartArt nodes as well as manipulate layout, style & color of SmartArt shapes.
Create Slides Thumbnails in Java
There are a lot of possibilities to use slide thumbnails such as: create an online presentation viewer at a custom website, share slide thumbnail with customers as a presentation template and many others. Aspose.Slides for Java API allows creating slide thumbnails with just a few lines of code.
Create slide's thumbnail - Java
// load the file Presentation prest = new Presentation(dir + "template.pptx"); // access the first slide from the collection ISlide sld = prest.getSlides().get_Item(0); // create a full scale image of the slide BufferedImage image = sld.getThumbnail(1f, 1f); // save the image in JPEG format ImageIO.write(image, "jpeg", new File(dir + "output.jpg"));
Microsoft Office Automation – Not Needed
API is built using managed code that does not need Microsoft Office or Microsoft PowerPoint to be installed on the machine to work with PowerPoint document formats. It is a perfect Microsoft PowerPoint automation alternative in terms of supported features, security, stability, scalability, speed and price.