Working with XML using C++
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a simple text format for representing structured information: documents, data, configuration, books, transactions, invoices, etc. It was created from an older standard format called SGML (ISO 8879) to be more suitable for use on the Internet.
XML is a way to repurpose data in a file or automate the process of replacing the data in one file with data from another file. Creating an XML schema is hard to get right; creating several interlocking schemas which can be extended is even harder. Let’s learn how Aspose.PDF copes with the tasks of working with XML.
- Supported XML Schema - use the following XML schema for working with XML documents.
- Simple ‘Hello World’ example based on XML and XSLT - use XSLT to transform your existing XML document to PDF.
- Generate PDF from XML - Aspose.PDF has several ways to genereate PDF based on XML document.