This article shows HTML to PDF conversion from a file or web page using Java.
The online HTML to PDF converters allow you to convert single or multiple HTML pages to PDF documents. However, in case you want to perform this conversion programmatically or you need to do a batch conversion of HTML files to PDF, you’ll definitely look for some library or API. So let’s have a look at how to cope with such scenarios.
Work with HTML Files in Java using Aspose.HTML for Java
We are very much excited to announce the first public release of Aspose.HTML for Java. As shared in the pre-release blog of Aspose.HTML for Java, this API offers the capabilities to create as well as manipulate HTML documents in Java applications. Prior to the release of Aspose.HTML for Java, we already have published Aspose.HTML for .NET which facilitates the developers to create, read, edit HTML documents including CSS styles and render to PDF & raster image formats.
Set DPI/PPI for Images in PDF and Remove Metadata from PDF in Java
The Aspose.PDF product family is one of the most demanded APIs provided by Aspose because this single suite provides great support for PDF creation and manipulation on the .NET, Java, JasperReports, SharePoint, Reporting Services, Cloud and Android platform. Sometimes the requirement is to create a solution for PDF files that can be deployed on various operating systems (such as Windows, Linux, MAC OS, and Solaris). In such situations, Java is the ultimate choice and to cater for these requirements, we have an API specific for these needs.