Converting JSON format to POWERPOINT in Android applications can be done in a two-step process. The first step is to use Aspose.Cells for Android via Java to parse the JSON data into a PPTX file. Aspose.Cells for Android via Java is a part of the Aspose.Total for Android via Java package. This package provides a comprehensive set of APIs for manipulating various file formats, including JSON.
Once the JSON data has been parsed into a PPTX file, the second step is to use Aspose.Slides for Android via Java to convert the PPTX file into a POWERPOINT file. Aspose.Slides for Android via Java is also part of the Aspose.Total for Android via Java package. This API provides a comprehensive set of tools for creating, editing, and converting POWERPOINT files.
By using Aspose.Cells for Android via Java and Aspose.Slides for Android via Java, you can easily convert JSON format to POWERPOINT in your Android applications. The two-step process is simple and straightforward, and the APIs provided by Aspose.Total for Android via Java make it easy to manipulate various file formats.
Convert JSON Format to POWERPOINT in Android
Get Started with Android via Java APIs
You can easily use Aspose.Total for Android via Java directly from Maven and install libraries in your app.
Alternatively, you can get a ZIP file from downloads .
Set Layout and Convert JSON Format to POWERPOINT in Android Applications
Furthermore, the API allows you to parse JSON to POWERPOINT with specified layout options. In order to specify the layout options, you can use JsonLayoutOptions class. It allows you to process an array as a table, ignore nulls, ignore array title, ignore object title, convert string to number or date, set date and number format, and set title style. All of these options allow you to present your data as per your needs. The following code snippet shows you how to set the layout options.
Convert JSON Format to POWERPOINT with Watermark in Android Apps
Using the API, you can also convert JSON to POWERPOINT with watermark. In order to add a watermark to your POWERPOINT document, you can first parse JSON to PPTX and add a watermark to it. In order to add a watermark, load the newly created PPTX file using the Presentation class, loop through all slides, add text using addTextFrame, set all the relevant options like color, fillType and more and can save the document to POWERPOINT.