Aspose.Page for C++ 20.2 Release Notes

Aspose.Page for C++ has been launched!

We are pleased to announce the launch of Aspose.Page for C++ API. It offers a complete set of features to create, read, modify and convert XPS and EPS documents in C++ applications. This first version of the API implements the full functionality of Aspose.Page for .NET which is serving customers for quite a long time now. Using this API, you can develop native C++ applications and deploy them on server or user computers without the need to install any other software applications.

XPS Features

  • Create and edit XPS document
  • Add or remove pages of XPS document
  • Work with canvases, paths and glyphs elements
  • Create vector graphics shapes (Path element) using a set of primitives (elliptical arcs, Bezier curve segments, and straight-line segments)
  • Create text strings (Glyphs element)
  • Group elements (Canvas element) to manipulate a group as a whole
  • Manipulate the appearance of graphics and text strings
  • Use brushes of different types including solid color brush, image brush, visual brush, etc
  • Specify colors in different color spaces including sRGB, scRGB and any space-based on ICC profile
  • Work with multiple documents inside an XPS document
  • Preserve print tickets in opened XPS document if any
  • Add default print tickets into new XPS document or an opened one if there’re no tickets in it
  • Perform cross-package operations, e.g. add/insert an element from another document (XPS package), assign a property value created in another document’s context, create elements/property values based on file resources created in another document’s context, add/insert a page from another document
  • Get a job/document/page print ticket object and link it to another job/document/page
  • Manipulate print tickets using the Print Schema model classes
  • Save XPS documents as raster images
  • Save XPS documents to PDF format
  • Manipulate hyperlinks associated with XPS elements
  • Save PDF to stream
  • Manipulate, save and convert XPS outline items

EPS Features

  • Save as PDF
  • Save as raster image

Got Queries?

If you have any queries or inquiries related to API, we are here to help you. Head on to Aspose.Page forum for your technical queries to get a prompt response from our Product Support team.