We at Aspose are pleased to announce launching of new product Aspose.XPS for Java. Considering the overwhelming response for recently released .NET API, we have decided to extend its supported platforms by introducing the API for Java based environments. This API is intended to perform conversion of XPS documents to supported file formats (and vice versa). In addition to this, it will also offer features to create, edit and manipulate XPS documents in Java Applications. It will enable you to utilize the API in Desktop GUI Applications, Web Applications and Console Applications etc.
Features offered by Aspose.XPS for Java
First stable release of Aspose.XPS for Java will be rich in features which are imperative for creation of new XPS documents, as well as for manipulation of existing XPS documents. It will include several classes which expose different properties and methods to create, manipulate and save XPS documents. You will be able to create and edit XPS documents, pages, canvases, paths and glyphs as per your requirements. Aspose.XPS for Java API will also enable you to create vector graphic shapes. An overview of the features offered by the API is as under:
- Manipulate the appearance of graphics and text strings
- Specify colors in different color spaces including sRGB, scRGB and any space based on ICC profile
- Working with different Elements including Canvases, Paths and Glyphs
- Creating vector graphics shapes (Path element) using a set of primitives (elliptical arcs, Bezier curve segments and straight line segments)
- Creating text strings (Glyphs element)
- Add gradient in XPS documents
- Grouping elements (Canvas element) to treat a group as a whole
- Add image in existing XPS document
- Specifying colours in diffrent colour spaces including sRGB, scRGB and any space based on ICC profile.
First Version Availability
We are working over finalizing tasks related to first release of the API and intend to release Aspose.XPS for Java soon. Aspose.XPS for Java will come to Java platforms with fully featured demos and examples written in Java. You will be able to access public API references and online documentation will also be maintained to ensure simple and organized structure of resources.
In order to stay updated with further news on availability of first version of Aspose.XPS for Java, please stay tuned. You can also post your inquiries about this API in our Aspose.XPS Support Forum. It will be our pleasure to assist you accordingly.