Release Notes: This release controls the image quality when adding images as a stamp object, and offers the ability to read all signature objects and retrieve the images associated with each object. Aspose.Pdf for Java has supported features for adding a bookmark, getting bookmarks, and deleting bookmarks. This release supports editing the destination of a bookmark and points it to the start of a page. Moreover, developers can render a table on a new page and delete images from a PDF using Image Placement Absorber.
Release Notes: The maximum number of columns in a table has been increased to 512. Additional classes and methods were ported from Aspose.Pdf for .NET. New methods with Stream arguments are implemented in the PdfBookmarkEditor class. Extracted bookmarks can now be saved into a stream object and can be imported into a stream from an XML file. PDF to JPEG , XPS to PDF conversion, PDF to PDFA_1b conversion, and concatenation of PDF files were improved.
Release Notes: This release synchronizes the classes and enumerations of Aspose.Pdf for .NET to the Aspose.Pdf for Java architecture. It introduces a feature that lets you convert Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) to PDF format. In order to accomplish this requirement, it introduces a class named SvgLoadOptions. PDF files usually contain text, images, form fields, fonts, annotations, etc., and sometimes duplication of resources in a document increases file size. To reduce the file size, remove unused and duplicate objects. A PDF file is mostly text, and text can have more than one font.
Release Notes: This release adds converting PDF files to the DOC format, converting PCL files to the PDF format, converting XSL-FO to the PDF format, finding and replacing text by its location, and using Japanese text inside PDF documents. It is a better and more stable version than its predecessors. It fixes many issues reported in earlier versions, including PDF to JPEG conversion, PDF to PDF/A_1b conversion, PDF to HTML conversion, HTML to PDF conversion, PDF to TIFF conversion, bookmark manipulation, working with hyperlinks, and placing tables inside PDF documents.
Release Notes: This release features XPS to PDF conversion, better PDF to JPEG conversion, improved memory management, and great enhancements in PDF portfolio creation. Some other important new and improved features were also included.
Release Notes: It is now possible to convert PDF files to HTML using just two lines of code. Output fidelity of the PdfExtractor class’ extractTextAsHTML(..) method was greatly improved. A separate JAR file targeted for JDK1.4 and JDK1.5 is available: aspose-pdf-4.3.0-jdk14.jar. PDF to image conversion was improved, both in terms of results and performance.
Release Notes: This release provides better memory management when processing large size documents and performing operations that consume lots of memory. Furthermore, with this version, you only need to initialize the license using the com.aspose.pdf.License object, and there is no need to explicitly set the license for legacy versions of Aspose.Pdf for Java (the aspose.pdf package). A feature to search for two strings and remove the text appearing between them has been implemented.
Release Notes: This release provides a better and more stable PDF to image (TIFF, JPEG, PNG) conversion feature as well as the ability to search for text strings split over two lines using regular expressions. This version is also compatible with Google Web Toolkit. Issues with downgrading PDF version to 1.4 were resolved. Problems with type3Font decoding in PDF to TIFF and PDF to JPEG conversion were fixed.
Release Notes: In previous releases, the component did not work well on Linux; this release provides compatibility with Linux. Testing has been done to ensure compatibility with the major Linux flavors, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.7 and Debian6 Linux. This release also includes some fixes regarding PDF to raster image conversion. The intent of providing two jar files is to keep the migration impact as minimal as possible. This release also provides JavaDocs for the new DOM model of MergedAPI. A problem with viewing the PDF file when an image stamp is added has been fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first autoported version of Aspose.Pdf for Java. The authors' Java product line is now as robust in terms of features as its sibling .NET product line. This enables customers to use a single component to create and manipulate existing PDF files. With this release, Aspose.Pdf for Java has become capable of creating PDF files from scratch and now offers the ability to manipulate existing PDF documents. This release also introduces a new Document Object Model (DOM).