In some instances, i.e. printing PDF, you need to create the booklet from PDF files. For example, a saddle-stitch booklet is used for printing two pages on one sheet. In this article, we are going to show you how to create booklets from PDF files programmatically in Java.
Create Multi-Column PDF Documents using Java
Various types of publications such as magazines, newspapers, research articles, etc. use multi-column page layouts. While generating such documents programmatically, you may need to create multi-column PDFs. For such cases, this article covers how to create multi-column PDF files using Java.
Convert Latex to PDF Conversion in Java using Aspose.PDF for Java 17.1.0
We are pleased to announce a new release of Aspose.PDF for Java, 17.1.0. This version includes a new feature to convert Latex file to PDF document along with all the enhancements and improvements introduced in its corresponding version of Aspose.PDF for .NET (17.1.0). We have improved TIFF to PDF conversion performance, PDF to PDFA, PDF to DOC/DOCX and HTML to PDF conversion feature along with many other bug fixes in this version.
Read, Create, Manipulate, Compress and Convert PDF using Aspose.PDF Java API Maven Plugin inside IntelliJ IDEA
New Plugin - Aspose.Pdf Java for IntelliJ IDEA (Maven) v.220.127.116.11 released! Aspose releases New IntelliJ IDEA Plugin for comfortably working with the robust and reliable PDF document creation and manipulation API - Aspose.PDF for Java.
The plugin facilitates the use of Aspose.PDF for Java API in Maven based Java projects in IntelliJ IDEA. By using the plugin, developers can easily create Java applications to read, write and manipulate PDF documents without using Adobe Acrobat.
Retrieve Signatures with Images, Render Table on New Page, and Control Image Stamp Quality - Aspose.PDF for Java 9.1.0
Ever since we published the autoported merged Aspose.PDF for Java API, we have been working hard to make this API as powerful and compelling as its sibling Aspose.PDF for .NET. With every new release, we try to port the latest features available in Aspose.PDF for .NET and introduce fixes for issues reported in earlier versions. In Aspose.PDF for Java 9.1.0, we have introduced some exciting new features and enhancements which have made this API more compelling.
PDF to DOC, PCL to PDF, XSL-FO to PDF in Aspose.PDF for Java 4.5.0
We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.PDF for Java 4.5.0 which provides some great and exciting new features. Some of these features are: converting PDF files to DOC format, converting PCL files to PDF format, converting XSL-FO to PDF format, finding and replacing text by its location and using Japanese text inside PDF documents.
The new release is a better and more stable version compared to its predecessors.