Create, Edit & Convert PPT Files via Perl SDK
Develop cloud-based Perl applications to create, edit, manage slides, merge & split PowerPoint & OpenOffice presentations in the cloud via REST APIs.Get Started
Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Perl gives software programmers the power to generate cloud-based applications for working with PowerPoint & OpenOffice presentations in the cloud. It allows to create, edit manipulate and convert PPT, PPTX, ODP, OTP files inside their cloud-based applications. The SDK enables Perl applications to create new presentations or modify the existing presentations, modify individual slides, clone master slide, update interactive sequence of PowerPoint presentations, and specify custom fonts to be used in the presentation.
Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Perl supports several advanced features like reading MasterSlide information from a PowerPoint Presentation, merging & splitting presentations, convert PowerPoint & OpenOffice presentation files to PDF, TIFF, SVG, HTML, XPS, JPEG, PNG, BMP, SWF, and several other file formats.
At a Glance
- Get presentation images
- Work with slide notes
- Merge presentations
- Set presentation properties
- Convert slide format
- Extract and replace text
- Split presentations
- Create presentation from HTML
Supported File Formats
Aspose.Slides Cloud supported file formats.
- Microsoft PowerPoint: PPT, PPTX, PPS, PPSX, PPTM, PPSM, POTX, POTM
- OpenOffice: ODP, OTP
- Fixed Layout: PDF, PDF/A, XPS
- Images: JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, SVG
- Web: HTML
- Other: SWF
Aspose.Slides Cloud supports all major platforms and programming languages.
Advanced PowerPoint manipulation Features
Add, update, remove, convert slide notes
Copy layout slide or master slide from source presentation
Fetch information about slide placeholders
Set, fetch or remove presentation document properties
Create, update or convert slide to supported formats
Fetch slide color or font theme information
Get presentation images in specified format
Create presentation document from HTML
Get Started with PowerPoint Presentation Processing
It is easy to get started with Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Perl 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 Perl a try on any platform.
Create & Modify PowerPoint Presentations via Perl
Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Perl allows developers to perform basic to advanced presentation slide processing operations. You can read presentation slides information. Create new slides. Copy, modify or delete existing slides. Convert presentation slides from PowerPoint formats to other supported formats via Cloud SDK. You can also manipulate slide background by applying a new background, read and remove existing background for any slide. Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Perl enables you to reorder the slide position within the presentation. You can also copy a slide from the current or another presentation. Presentation slide comments can also be retrieved.
PowerPoint Presentation Export to Other File Formats
Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Perl fully supports exporting PowerPoint presentation to several other formats inside their own Perl applications. Programmers can load and convert PowerPoint documents 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, and HTML. It also supports extracting the contents like text and images from the PowerPoint documents.
Working with Presentation’s Slides
Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Perl gives software developers the capability to work with slides in multiple ways inside their own Perl applications. It supports features like adding a new slide, copying slides, moving a slide to a new position, delete Slides, get placeholder information from a PowerPoint slide, working with slides background, get comments of a slide, get PowerPoint slide count and download a slide from a PowerPoint presentation. Moreover, you can easily export a particular slide from a PowerPoint Document.