Export OneNote Documents to Stream in HTML Format using Aspose.Note for .NET 18.1

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aspose-note-for-netWe are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Note for .NET 18.1. This month’s release includes a new feature of saving OneNote document as HTML to stream. It also introduces support for saving document to HTML with Callbacks. For a detailed note on API changes included in this month’s release, please visit the release notes section of API documentation.

Saving OneNote Document to HTML Stream

Aspose.Note API lets you save OneNote document to file as HTML. From this release onwards, the API now supports exporting OneNote document to MemoryStream as HTML. The HtmlSaveOptions now introduces the capability to save resources associated with document as Embedded resources of converted HTML or save explicitly on disc.

Following code samples show the usage of this feature for exporting OneNote documents to HTML.

Save to Memory Stream with Embedded Resources


string dataDir = RunExamples.GetDataDir_LoadingAndSaving();
var document = new Aspose.Note.Document(dataDir + "Aspose.one");

var options = new HtmlSaveOptions()
{
    ExportCss = ResourceExportType.ExportEmbedded,
    ExportFonts = ResourceExportType.ExportEmbedded,
    ExportImages = ResourceExportType.ExportEmbedded,
    FontFaceTypes = FontFaceType.Ttf
};
var r = new MemoryStream();
document.Save(r, options);

Save as HTML with Resources in Separate Files


string dataDir = RunExamples.GetDataDir_LoadingAndSaving();
var document = new Aspose.Note.Document(dataDir + "Aspose.one");

var options = new HtmlSaveOptions()
{
    ExportCss = ResourceExportType.ExportAsFile,
    ExportFonts = ResourceExportType.ExportAsFile,
    ExportImages = ResourceExportType.ExportAsFile,
    FontFaceTypes = FontFaceType.Ttf
};
document.Save(dataDir + "document_out.html", options);

API Resources

You can get started with Aspose.Note for .NET by making use of information available in the following.

API Documentation – Helps getting started with the API using code samples and examples

Forum Support – Post your inquiries to get help from our technical support team

Examples – Try the ready-to-use examples of the API by downloading from our GitHub repository

API Reference Guide – Provides information about all the namespaces, classes and properties of the API


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