Manipulate Excel Spreadsheets in Cloud

Java Cloud SDK to develop spreadsheet manipulation Apps for creating, editing, merging, converting, applying passwords & formulas.

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Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java

Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java

 
 

Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java allows you to build Java Apps that support creating, importing, merging, watermarking, manipulating, and converting Microsoft Excel spreadsheets to various other file formats without downloading and installing 3rd party applications.

Our Aspose.Cells business spreadsheet manipulation Cloud SDK is built on top of Java RESTful APIs to help you integrate its functionality without much effort to your existing Java programs.

In addition to working with basic Excel elements, such as, rows, cells, images, charts, pivot tables, shapes and more, you can also apply conditional formatting as well as formulas and passwords.

 

Advanced Excel Spreadsheet Cloud SDK Features

 

 

Create spreadsheets from templates, XML or smart markers

 

Split spreadsheets to single worksheet spreadsheets

 

Convert spreadsheets to different formats

 

Merge multiple spreadsheets

 

Manipulate rows, columns, cells & data

 

Encrypt & de-crypt spreadsheets

 

Protect & unprotect workbooks & worksheets

 

Export worksheets to images

 

Extract charts, pictures, shapes & other objects as images

 

Set complex formulae

 

Auto fit rows

 

Dynamically create & manipulate Pivot Tables

 

Add & update text & images

 

Manipulate comments

 

Hide & show worksheets

Support for Popular File Formats

When using Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java, developers can easily open and save a multitude of file formats. Developers can inter-convert popular Excel spreadsheet formats as well as render the supported spreadsheet formats to raster & fixed-layout formats. The supported list of formats include XLS, XLSX, XLSM, XLTX, XLTM, ODS, Tab delim., CSV, TXT, PDF, SpreadsheetML, HTML, TIFF, JPG, PNG, BMP and SVG. The Office Open XML (OOXML) is a container format for several specialized XML-based markup languages. OOXML SpreadsheetML documents mostly come as XLSX files, which are ZIP packages. In addition to XLSX format, Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java also provides extensive support for converting/manipulating SpreadsheetML documents.

Manipulate Contents from Excel Spreadsheet

Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java is best choice when it comes to manipulating/updating spreadsheet data including text, numeric or alphanumeric with the help of simple SDK methods. It also enables you to add, modify or remove data from cells as well as add and calculating formulas in a worksheet cell to get the resultant value. Furthermore, Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java enables you to Extract Text, Extract Images, data, get Shapes, get OleObjects, Hyperlinks and many other objects from the Excel spreadsheets while using simple interfaces exposed by the REST API.

Render Spreadsheet as Image

Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java supports rendering Excel spreadsheets, Charts, AutoShapes and OleObjects to most commonly used image formats like JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG. During conversion, Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java ensures accuracy and precision.

Render Spreadsheet as Image - Java


// Instantiate Aspose.Cells SDK for Java
CellsApi cellsApi = new CellsApi(Configuration.apiKey, Configuration.appSID, true);
com.aspose.cells.model.ResponseMessage apiResponse = cellsApi.GetWorkSheetWithFormat("Sample1.xlsx", "Sheet1","png", null, null, Utils.STORAGE, Utils.FOLDER);
Files.copy(apiResponse.getInputStream(), "output.png", StandardCopyOption.REPLACE_EXISTING);

Convert Spreadsheets to PDF with High Fidelity

When generating PDF/A compliant document, the resultant file conforms to the PDF 1.5 or PDF/A-1b specifications. Aspose.Cells Cloud SDK for Java goes an extra mile while performing the conversion of Microsoft Excel documents to PDF format with a high degree of precision. As a result, majority of conversions will be indistinguishable from the original Microsoft Excel document.

 

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