Insert Gradient, Grid, or Transparent Objects in XPS File with C++
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.
Create or Edit XPS Documents Programmatically in C++
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.