Aspose has released New Plugin for the Eclipse IDE. This Plugin is intended for developers using the Maven platform for Java developments and want to use Aspose.PDF for Java API in their projects.
Aspose.PDF for Java is a robust PDF document creation API that enables your Java applications to read, write, and manipulate PDF documents without using Adobe Acrobat.
Aspose.PDF for Java offers an incredible wealth of features, these include PDF compression options, table creation and manipulation, graph support, image functions, extensive hyperlink functionality, extended security controls, and custom font handling.
The plugin provides following features to work with Aspose.PDF for Java API within Eclipse IDE comfortably:
- Aspose.PDF Maven Project - New Project wizard
- Aspose.PDF Code Example - New File wizard
Aspose.PDF Maven Project - Wizard
By using this wizard plugin creates Maven project for using Aspose.PDF for Java from New ->Project ->Maven->Aspose.Pdf Maven Project
The wizard will also give the option for downloading the latest available Code Examples for using the API.
Aspose.PDF Code Example - Wizard
By using this wizard plugin lets you copy the downloaded Code Examples into your project for using Aspose.PDF for Java from New ->Other ->Java ->Aspose.Pdf Code Example
The wizard will also look for and updates for newly available Code Examples from Aspose.PDF for Java examples repository.
Some other Features
- Supports latest Eclipse Mars.1 (4.5.1) versions
- Compatible with Mac, Linux Flavors and Windows
- Supports Maven
- Native IDE user experience
- Open Source
Download, Installation & Usage
The source codes & binaries of the plugin are freely hosted on following popular social coding sites:
Complete Plugin Documentation / Help
Aspose.PDF Java for Eclipse (Maven) Documentation which includes complete installation, downloading and usage instructions is available at plugin wiki.
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