Java API to Render EML to SVG
Export EML to SVG by using on premise Java API without using any third party dependencies
How to Render EML to SVG Using JavaEmail conversion is a powerful feature that Java developers can integrate within any Java J2SE, J2EE, J2ME applications via Aspose.Total for Java . By using two APIs within the package you can convert Email EML to SVG without any third party dependencies. Firstly, you can use Email Manipulation API Aspose.Email for Java to convert EML file format to HTML. Secondly, you can render HTML to SVG by using Document Processing API Aspose.Words for Java .
EML to SVG Conversion on Java
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Java Code for EML to SVG Rendering
MailMessage message = MailMessage.load("sourceFile.eml"); // save EML as a HTML message.save("HtmlOutput.html", SaveOptions.getDefaultHtml()); // load HTML with an instance of Document Document document = new Document("HtmlOutput.html"); // call save method while passing SaveFormat.SVG document.save("output.svg", SaveFormat.SVG);
EML What is EML File Format?
EML file format represents email messages saved using Outlook and other relevant applications. Almost all emailing clients support this file format for its compliance with RFC-822 Internet Message Format Standard. Microsoft Outlook is the default software for opening EML message types. EML files can be used for saving to disc as well as sending out to recipients using communication protocols.Read More
SVG What is SVG File Format?
An SVG file is a Scalar Vector Graphics file that uses XML based text format for describing the appearance of an image. The word Scalable refers to the fact that the SVG can be scaled to different sizes without losing any quality. Text-based description of such files makes them independent of resolution. It is one of the most used formats for building a website and print graphics in order to achieve scalability. The format can only be used for two-dimensional graphics though. SVG files can be viewed/opened in almost all modern browsers including Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari.Read More