Ruby SDK to Create & Process PPT Slides in Cloud

Add PowerPoint & OpenOffice file creation & manipulation into your Ruby apps to convert, split, join, compare & render PPT & PPTX presentations via REST APIs.

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Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Ruby

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Ruby 


Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Ruby 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 generating and modifying presentations, merge & split presentation files, export PowerPoint & OpenOffice presentations, add new slides, Generate presentations from a 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 a specified format


Add, update, remove, convert slide notes


Copy layout slide or master slide from source presentation


Merge multiple presentations specified in a 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 a specific slide or an entire presentation


Fetch slide color or font theme information


Create presentation and export it to supported formats


Create presentation document from HTML


Split presentations into multiple ones

Get Started with PowerPoint Presentation Processing

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

PowerPoint Files Conversion to PDF via Ruby 

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Ruby provides functionality that enables software developers to programmatically convert PowerPoint presentations to PDF file formats with just a few commands inside their own applications. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is one of the most used & popular file formats for numerous reasons like Decreases file size, trusted security, universal usage and more. The great think about the PDF is that it can be used independently of the hardware, operating system and application software.

Manage Presentation’s Slides

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Ruby allows programmers to manage your presentations slides in numerous ways inside their Ruby applications. Several important features like inserting new slides, modifying & copying slides, slide moment to a new position, Slides deletion, managing slides background, add slide comments, and many more. The SDK also provides functionality for exporting your slides to images and other supported file formats.

Work with Images in PowerPoint Presentations

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Ruby enables software developers to work with images inside their own Ruby applications. You can easily add and modify images inside your presentation’s slides with a couple of Ruby commands. It also supports features like extracting images from a PPT presentation, getting image information, extracting images by a particular format and many more.

Splitting and Merging PowerPoint Presentations

Aspose.Slides Cloud SDK for Ruby provides the capability to split a PowerPoint Presentation and export the resultant split into various formats. The SDK also enables you to merge multiple presentation files using Aspose.Slides for Cloud API in your applications.


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