C++ Cloud SDK to Work with Presentation Slides

Use C++ REST API to Create cloud-based  Apps for working with PowerPoint & OpenOffice presentations in the cloud. It allows to edit, manipulate, merge, split, & convert PPT/PPTX slides.

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Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for C++

 
 

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for C++ enables computer programmers to generate, modify, render & convert PowerPoint & OpenOffice presentations without using Microsoft PowerPoint. The SDK provides support for most of the Microsoft PowerPoint file formats such as POT, PPT, PPS, POTX, PPTX, PPSX & ODP, and export these to popular formats.

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Ruby includes supports for many advanced and basic features such as generate and modify presentations, merge & split presentation files, export PowerPoint & OpenOffice presentations, add new slides, Generate presentations from the database, Add layout slides to presentations, Add images to presentations and many more.

You can convert your presentations to several popular file formats with just a couple commands inside your own Ruby applications. The SDK supports smooth conversion into numerous file formats like PPT, POT, PPS, PPTX, POTX, PPSX, PPTM, PPSM, POTM, ODP, OTP, TIFF, PDF, XPS, JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, SVG, SWF, HTML, and many more.

 

Advanced PowerPoint manipulation Features

 

 

Get presentation images in specified format

 

Add, update, remove, convert slide notes

 

Copy layout slide or master slide from source presentation

 

Merge multiple presentations specified in request parameter

 

Fetch information about slide placeholders

 

Set, fetch or remove presentation document properties

 

Create, update or convert slide to supported formats

 

Extract and replace text from specific slide or entire presentation

 

Fetch slide color or font theme information

 

Create presentation and export it to supported formats

 

Create presentation document from HTML

 

Split presentation into multiple ones

Get Started with PowerPoint Presentation Processing

It is easy to get started with Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for C++ 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.Slides Cloud SDK for C++ a try on any platform.

Export PPT, PPTX Presentations to Other Formats via C++

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for C++ allows developers to programmatically export PowerPoint presentations to other supported file formats with just a couple of C++ commands. The library allows conversion between 20+ file-formats including popular formats like PDF, HTML, SWF, XPS, BMP, PNG, SVG, TIFF, ODP, JPEG, and so on. It also supports important features like adding new slides, modifying & copying slides, Slides deletion, add slide comments, and many more.

Splitting and Combining PowerPoint Presentations

Do you need to split your PowerPoint files into multiple small files or do you need to combine multiple PowerPoint presentations files into one single presentation? Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for C++ has provided functionality for splitting as well as merging your PPT or PPTX presentation’s file using a couple of lines of C++ code. The SDK can be also beneficial for adding, deleting, or splitting and merging slides inside your PowerPoint files.

Manage Slides in PowerPoint Presentations

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for C++ has included support for working with slides inside PowerPoint presentations via C++ REST API. It supports numerous features such as add new slides to a presentation, Copy Slides, Move a slide to a new position, add a new background, Get comments of a slide, Get PowerPoint Slide Count, Get Placeholder Information, and many more.

Working with Animations in PowerPoint Slide

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for C++ has provided functionality for working with animations inside the PowerPoint slide. It has included several important features such as reading and modifying animations, update information from presentations, add or update the MainSequence of animation in a PowerPoint slide, and many more.

 

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