Tag Archives: convert PDF to HTML
In this post, we’ll explore and demonstrate how to read and convert a PDF to HTML in C# with various customization options.
PDF is one of the most popular document formats these days which is used by a variety of applications as the final output. Due to its support for a wide range of data types and portability, it is the format of choice for creating and sharing content. As a .NET application developer who is interested in developing document … Continue Ready
PDF to HTML Conversion is a widely and commonly used function that can be achieved through different means e.g. software, tools, and online services. Sometimes you need to convert your PDF content in a way that it can be displayed in the browser or become a part of your web application. PDF to HTML Conversion lets you achieve this requirement where PDF content renders with HTML tags with similar styling and formatting. Thanks to Aspose, you can implement the functionality … Continue Ready
We are very much excited to announce the first public release of Aspose.Html for .NET. Prior to the release of this API, we already have Aspose.Words for .NET API which primarily offers the capabilities to create as well as manipulate existing MS Word files. It also provides the capabilities to convert HTML to PDF while loading External Resources and it also offers the feature to Convert MS Word document to HTML with Roundtrip Information. Furthermore, we also have an … Continue Ready
Convert MHT to PDF, Export Bookmarks to XML, Prefix Class Names During PDF to HTML Conversion in Aspose.Pdf for .NET 9.0.0
The conversion of HTML to PDF and PDF to HTML are one of the features most requested by our customers. Although the HTML format is quite complex because there are so many custom tags and their exact rendering inside PDF is a complex job, our developers are working to provide support for all HTML tags.
Many of our customers generate PDF files and want to display them ins web browsers. One approach is to load custom PDF viewing controls provided … Continue Ready