Aspose.HTML Cloud SDK for Ruby
Build HTML Converter & Translator in Ruby via REST API
Helps your Ruby code to fetch, render, and convert HTML pages stored in the cloud to other file formats.Get Started
Aspose.HTML Cloud SDK for Ruby assists Ruby programmers in rapidly developing cloud-based Ruby applications for processing and manipulation of HTML documents in the cloud. This easy-to-use HTML Cloud SDK is offered under an MIT license and is built as a wrapper around a REST API.
Aspose.HTML Cloud SDK for Ruby allows your Ruby-based cloud applications to access cloud storage and fetch HTML documents from it to perform further operations. Our HTML Cloud SDK empowers your Ruby code to create HTML Render with ease that can render HTML documents in their native format or render in various other supported formats (e.g. PDF, XPS, JSON, raster images, etc.).
Advanced HTML Processing Features
Get HTML page with all linked resources as ZIP by page URL
Get all image of HTML page in ZIP package by page URL
Use XPath query to fetch list of matching HTML fragments
Use CSS selector to fetch list of matching HTML fragments
Populate HTML document template by loading data from local file
Populate HTML document template with data via Request Body
Get Started with HTML Processing REST API
It is easy to get started with Aspose.HTML Cloud SDK for Ruby as you need nothing to install. Simply create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information. Once you have the App SID & key, you are ready to give the Aspose.HTML Cloud SDK for Ruby a try on any platform.
Extensive Support for HTML Page Conversion
Aspose.HTML Cloud SDK for Ruby can fetch HTML document from storage location by its name and convert it to specified image format, or PDF, XPS, and markdown to save it to storage. You can also convert the HTML document from the storage or request stream by its name to the specified image format or PDF, XPS, and Markdown then save it to storage. HTML Cloud SDK also allows you to get HTML page from the web by its URL and convert it to specified image format, or other formats, such as PDF, XPS, and MHTML.