In the previous article, you have seen how to load CFF, TrueType and Type1 fonts programmatically using Java. Today, we will discuss another interesting feature of our Java font manipulation API – rendering text using the fonts. By the end of this article, you will be able to render text using TrueType and Type1 fonts from within your Java applications. So let’s start. About Java Font Manipulation APIImplement Text Rendering MethodRender Text using TrueType Fonts in JavaRender Text using Type1… Continue Reading
Fonts play an important role in the presentation of the text within the documents and web pages. Various font families are available that allow you to use fancy characters in order to make your text appealing. Since Aspose deals with file format automation, we have launched a dedicated font manipulation API to work with font file formats. In this article, you will get familiar with our Java Font API and learn how to work with CFF, TrueType, OpenType, and Type1 fonts from within your Java applications.
Characters are symbols that explain the meanings of different words. You can render different text characters with TrueType fonts using C++ with Aspose.Font for C++ API. It supports different text rendering features including TrueType, Type1, and other fonts. Let us explore how to use the text rendering features with a few simple API calls.
In the previous post, you have seen how to load and work with CFF, TrueType, OpenType, and Type1 fonts from within your C++ applications. This article takes you one step further by demonstrating how to detect the Latin symbols in a font programmatically using C++. After detection, you can decide whether a font supports the Latin symbols or not.
Fonts are an integral part of the digital documents and web pages that are used to define the appearance of the text. The font files are used to store information about the fonts such as styles, weight, size and etc. There could be the case when you would need to manipulate fonts in order to extract their information. For such scenarios, in this article, you will learn how to load and read information from TrueType, CFF, and Type1 fonts using C++.
In the previous post, you have seen how to use Aspose.Font for .NET API for loading and saving CFF, TrueType, and Type1 fonts programmatically. In this article, you will learn how to render text using the TrueType, and Type1 font glyphs using C#. The code samples will show you how to how to generate a JPG image having text rendered on it.
In digital typography, fonts define particular styles to be used for the characters' appearance. Most often, the fonts are utilized in the documents and the web pages to stylize the text. Each font is described in a file which contains information about characters' size, weight, styles, as well as the encoding. Since fonts are an important part of the various file formats, Aspose offers a dedicated API for dealing with the manipulation and rendering of popular font types including TrueType, CFF, OpenType, and Type1. In this article, you will learn how to load, save, and extract information from fonts using C# with Aspose.Font for .NET.
TrueType font (TTF) indicates that font data is the same as in the TrueType fonts. CFF stands for the Type1 font format. Strictly speaking, it refers to the Compact Font Format, which is used in the compression processes. Dealing with such fonts programmatically i.e. Reading them and Getting their Statistics is an essential requirement while creating e-documents. Aspose is proudly going to release Aspose.Font for .NET to let programmers deal with fonts in their .NET applications. Aspose.Font is going to… Continue Reading