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XPS is a fixed-document format often used to organize information for printing purposes. Likewise, OXPS files are also based on XML paper Specifications. You can easily convert XPS or OXPS files to PDF documents programmatically using Java language.
The PostScript (PS) file format is mainly used for printing purposes. A PS file is saved in page description language and can contain text, vector graphics, and raster images. On the other hand, the Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format is used for images or drawings. In certain cases, you may need to convert a PS or EPS file to PDF format. Therefore, this article covers how to perform this conversion programmatically. Particularly, you will learn how to convert PS/EPS files into PDF using Java.
XPS files can be used to display a lot of visual information. They support text, images, object transparency, grids, gradients, and many other features. You can add gradients, grids, and transparent objects in XPS files as per your requirements. In this article, we will be exploring these features in detail, along with different examples and use cases.
You can create, edit, or manipulate XPS files easily. Moreover, you can control the contents and their position as per your requirements. You can insert an image or text in XPS files programmatically using C++ language.
XPS (XML Paper Specifications) format was introduced by Microsoft that represents page layout. It uses XML tags to represent the appearance of the pages and the composition of the document. In this article, you will learn about the conversion of XPS documents to raster image formats programmatically. Particularly, the article will cover how to convert XPS to BMP, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF using Java.
XPS file format is frequently used in file processing applications. You can convert XPS or OXPS to JPG or PNG image programmatically with C# or VB.NET in your .NET framework based applications. You can easily convert XPS or OXPS files to JPG or PNG Image with few simple API calls. Aspose.Page for .NET API includes different features to work with XPS, OXPS, and several other supported file formats.
XPS and OXPS files are frequently used for printing because of their resolution independence. However, sometimes we need to convert XPS to PDF or OXPS to PDF. Aspose.Page for .NET API lets you perform these conversions with high-fidelity and quick rendering. Let us explore the following use cases:
- Convert XPS to PDF using C#
- Convert OXPS to PDF using C#
In my previous post, I have shown you how easy it is to create or edit PostScript (PS/EPS) and XPS documents programmatically using Aspose.Page for C++. In this article, I’ll demonstrate how to convert PS/EPS or XPS documents to PDF or raster image formats including PNG, JPEG, TIFF, and BMP using C++. The rest of the article is composed of the following sections:Continue Reading
Aspose.Page for C++ is a valuable addition to Aspose.Page Product Family which is developed for manipulation of PostScript (PS/EPS) and XPS documents using C++. Aspose.Page for C++ is a native C++ library for creating new XPS files as well as modifying and converting the existing PostScript and XPS documents programmatically. The API also lets you work with the pages and elements such as canvases and glyphs in the XPS documents. Furthermore, it supports converting the documents to PDF and raster … Continue Reading
While everyone is waiting for the New Year and preparing for the celebrations, we are preparing to bring something new for the C++ developers. Yes, we are going to release our XPS document creation and manipulation API for C++ as Aspose.Page for C++. So now, you will be able to create, read, edit, save and convert the XPS documents programmatically in your C++ based applications. In addition to the manipulation and processing of XPS documents, Aspose.Page for C++ will … Continue Reading