Node API to merge text to PNG

Node Cloud SDK to combine text files and export the result to PNG format

Use Node library to merge text to PNG via REST API. Easily combine two or more text files into a single PNG file using Node.

Combine text to PNG using Node REST API

Easily merge text documents and export the result to PNG graphic format in Node code. This Node library is designed to combine multiple text files into a single PNG image using the REST API, i.e. by passing HTTPS calls over the Internet.

This is a professional Cloud-native text to PNG merging solution that provides Node programmers with both great development flexibility and powerful features. By merging documents, you can automate your digital text/PNG workflows and offload some routine parts of the process to fast and efficient text processing Node software.

Merge several text into one PNG image in Node

You may need to combine text files into a single PNG image in many cases. For example, you may want to combine multiple text files together before printing or archiving.

text merging can be part of a whole integrated document-processing approach for generating PNG images from disparate data sources. Such tasks involve the use of a full-featured text/PNG manipulation Node library that will process a set of text files and merge them together in the shortest possible time, producing a compact and accurate graphical output.

Merge text to PNG in Node

To perform text to PNG merging in Node, you need at least two source text documents. For a quick start, please check out the Node code example below.

Node code example to merge TXT to PNG using REST API
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Output format
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import * as fs from "fs";

const wordsApi = new WordsApi("####-####-####-####-####", "##################");

const document = fs.createReadStream("Input1.txt");
const mergeProps = new model.DocumentEntry({
    fileReference: model.FileReference.fromRemoteFilePath("Input2.txt"),
    importFormatMode: "KeepSourceFormatting"
})
const documentEntries = [
    mergeProps
]
const documentList = new model.DocumentEntryList({
    documentEntries: documentEntries
})
const appendDocumentOnline = new model.AppendDocumentOnlineRequest({
    document: document,
    documentList: documentList
});

wordsApi.appendDocumentOnline(appendDocumentOnline)
.then((appendDocumentOnlineResult) => {    
    console.log("Result of AppendDocumentOnline: ", appendDocumentOnlineResult);
    
    const splitDocumentOnline = new model.SplitDocumentOnlineRequest({
        document: appendDocumentOnlineResult,
        format: "png",
        zipOutput: true
    });

    wordsApi.splitDocumentOnline(splitDocumentOnline)
    .then((splitDocumentOnlineResult) => {        
        console.log("Result of SplitDocumentOnline: ", splitDocumentOnlineResult);
    });
});
  
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How to use Node to merge text to PNG

  1. Install Node SDK and add the reference (import the library) to your Node project.
  2. Open the source text file in Node.
  3. Load a document to append from the Cloud storage.
  4. Call the 'appendDocumentOnline()' method, passing the output filename with the required extension.
  5. Get the combined result in PNG format as a single file.

Node library to merge TXT to PNG

Install 'Aspose.Words Cloud SDK for Node.js' using NPM package manager. Run npm install asposewordscloud --save from the command line to install the SDK via the NPM package manager. As an alternative, you can manually clone Aspose.Words Cloud SDK for Node.js source code from GitHub and use it in your project. Please follow these Instructions to quickly get the necessary security credentials and access our REST API.

System Requirements

  • @types/request (version 2.48.3+)
  • lodash (version 4.17.15+)
  • lodash.template (version 4.5.0+)
  • request (version 2.88.0+)
  • request-debug (version 0.2.0+)

Refer to the Repository Documentation to see more details.

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