What is a PDF File?
PDF stands for the Portable Document Format, used to display documents in an electronic form independent of the software, hardware or operating system they are viewed on. Originally developed by Adobe® Systems as a universally compatible file format based on the PostScript format, it has become an international de-facto standard for exchanging documents and information.
A PDF file displays the exact same content and layout no matter which operating system, device or software application it is viewed on.
The PDF format allows you to integrate various types of content – text, images and vector graphics, videos, animations, audio files, 3D models, interactive fields, hyperlinks, buttons, and etc.
PDFs are easy to create, read and use by everyone.
Offers options to set up different levels of access to protect the content and the whole document, such as watermarks, passwords or digital signatures.
However, it is not enough just to open your document. In working with PDF, you will face the need to create such a document anew, edit it, or convert it to the format you need. Aspose.PDF for Android via Java will help you to resolve your tasks.
Why use Aspose.PDF for Android via Java?
Using Aspose.PDF for Android via Java in your project gives you the following profits:
- wide variety of functions
- surely works with Java Oracle JDK
- convenience and ease of use
- API Reference in JavaDoc format
Aspose.PDF for Android via Android via Java can be integrated with any application, for example a JSP/JSF web application or a Windows application.
Aspose.PDF for Android via Android via Java is fast and light weight. It creates PDF documents efficiently and helps your application perform better
Wide variety of functions
- document compression
- support for graph objects
- integration with data sources
- add, update, delete attachments and annotations
- support easily converting PDF to other formats and vice versa
- split, concatenate, extract or inset pages and much more
- manipulate text styles and formatting
- add or update encryption, password and security constrains