Aspose for Java
Aspose facilitates Java developers with Aspose.Total which includes following easy to use, efficient and separately downloadable components:
- Aspose.Cells to deal with Microsoft Excel® and OpenOffice spreadsheets.
- Aspose.Words for Microsoft Word and OpenOffice documents.
- Aspose.Slides for Microsoft PowerPoint and OpenOffice presentation files.
- Aspose.Pdf to create and manipulate PDF documents.
- Aspose.BarCode for generation and recognition of barcodes.
- Aspose.Tasks to deal with Microsoft Project®.
- Aspose.Email to read and write email messages in various formats without Microsoft Outlook.
- Aspose.OCR for optical character and marker recognition.
- Aspose.Imaging to create, edit, draw and convert images.
It is similar to Microsoft’s OpenXML SDK, but for Java. docx4j uses JAXB to create the in-memory object representation.
Its emphasis is on power: if the file format supports it, you can do it with docx4j. But first, you’ll need to take the time to understand JAXB, and the Open XML file structure
docx4j was created by Plutext Pty Ltd in 2008 – using OpenXML4J for the OPC piece. Plutext still drives the project, but since then docx4j has benefited from contributions from many individuals. The contributors are listed in docx4j’s pom.xml.
Above information and more is available on docx4java.org.
Aspose Java for docx4j
Project Aspose Java for docx4j shows how different functionalities can be achieved using Aspose Java APIs in comparison with docx4j. Examples with their source codes are hosted on CodePlex, GitHub, Bitbucket and SourceForge.
Aspose has many more features than docx4j to fulfill developer requirements. To highlight some of these features, following are few examples of each module.
- Missing Features of Docx4j available in Aspose.Words
- Missing Features of Xlsx4j available in Aspose.Cells
- Missing Features of Pptx4j available in Aspose.Slides
These examples are helpful for developers who want to compare Docx4j with Aspose or migrate from Docx4j to Aspose.
- Many more examples are available at Aspose Docs. Keep visiting us.
- Raise your queries and suggest more examples via interactive forums or any of our supported social coding sites.
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