HTML files are commonly used to display text, images, drawings, etc. over the web. In certain situations, you might need to convert HTML files to PDF files. This article covers how to convert an HTML file to a PDF document on Linux in Java.
HTML to PDF C# Conversion with .NET API
There are various scenarios when you need to perform HTML to PDF conversion. For example, you may want to convert a web page to PDF from within your application or you may need to generate PDF from the content of a WYSIWYG HTML editor. Another scenario could be converting the HTML page from a specific URL to PDF. In order to deal with such cases, you will learn how to convert HTML to PDF in C#. The HTML content could be a .html file or a web page from a URL.
Improved image rendering for HTML documents
Image rendering is one of the most widely used feature of Aspose.HTML for .NET API. We have further enhanced this feature with latest release. It enables you to render high fidelity images of your HTML documents. Another amazing addition in Aspose.HTML for .NET API is the support for CSS Drop Shadows. We have also resolved some problems related to text alignment in table cells. Few internal bug fixes have been incorporated and an error pertaining to MHT to XPS conversion is also resolved in the API.
Umbraco Export to PDF using Aspose.Words
The Umbraco Export to PDF macro allows users to export online content to a PDF document using Aspose.Words. This macro makes it very easy and simple to have an offline copy of your favorite online content for sharing and printing etc. in the popular PDF format. It adds a simple Export to PDF button at any desired location on the page and clicking it exports the content of the page to a PDF document and automatically downloads the file to the location selected by the user in just a couple of seconds.
Convert PDF to HTML, PDF to Image and HTML to PDF using C# .NET
It gives us great pleasure to introduce the release of Aspose.PDF for .NET 8.8.0 with stable PDF to HTML, PDF to image, PDF to PostScript, and HTML to PDF conversion features. The annotation manipulation is also one of the key areas which are specifically improved in this release. The Document Object Model of the Aspose.Pdf namespace has the capability to create tables in PDF documents and while generating the table, you can specify border information for table and cell objects.
Better XML to PDF conversion and improved image transformation engine in Aspose.Pdf for Java 3.3
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Pdf for Java 3.3.0 which provides a better and enhanced XML to PDF conversion feature. In this release, the image transformation engine has been rewritten and is based on ImageIO. The main benefit of the new engine is better support for different image formats and from now on, Aspose.Pdf for Java should work faster due to optimised operations with images.
Besides this, we also have resolved the issues related to image to PDF conversion and XML transformation to PDF format.