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  1. #1
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    C#, Java and Ruby Code Samples for Creating PDF File from HTML in Cloud

    This tutorial shows how developers can create PDF file from HTML in Cloud using Aspose.Pdf for Cloud API in their applications. You can use this REST API with any language: .NET, Java, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, jQuery and many more.


    [C# Code Sample]

    Code:
    stringstrURI = "http://api.aspose.com/v1.1/pdf/outPdfFile.pdf?templateFile=input.html&templateType=html";
    stringsignedURI = Sign(strURI);
    StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(ProcessCommand(signedURI, "PUT"));
    //further process JSON response
    stringstrJSON = reader.ReadToEnd();
    //Parse the json string to JObject
    JObjectparsedJSON = JObject.Parse(strJSON);
    BaseResponse stream = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<BaseResponse>(parsedJSON.ToString());
    if (stream.Code == "200" &&stream.Status == "OK")
    Console.WriteLine("Empty PDF file has been created successfully");
    
    //Here is the BaseResponse class
    public class BaseResponse
    {
    publicBaseResponse() { }
    	public string Code { get; set; }
    	public string Status { get; set; }
    }

    [Java Code Sample]

    Code:
    //build uri to create empty pdf
        String strURI = "http://api.aspose.com/v1.1/pdf/outPdfFile.pdf?templateFile=input.html&templateType=html";
        String signedURI = Sign(strURI);
    InputStreamresponseStream = ProcessCommand(signedURI, "PUT");
        String strJSON = StreamToString(responseStream);
    Gsongson = new Gson();
        //Parse the json string to JObject and Deserializes the JSON to a object.
    BaseResponsebaseResponse = gson.fromJson(strJSON,BaseResponse.class);
    if (baseResponse.getCode().equals("200") &&baseResponse.getStatus().equals("OK"))
    System.out.println("Empty PDF file has been created successfully");
    
    //Here is the BaseResponse class
    public class BaseResponse {
    	publicBaseResponse() { }
    	private String Code;
    	private String Status;
    	public String getCode(){return Code;}
    	public String getStatus(){return Status;}
    	public void  setCode(String temCode){ Code=temCode;}
    	public void setStatus(String temStatus){ Status=temStatus;}
    }

    [Ruby Code Sample]

    Code:
    app_sid = '77******-1***-4***-a***-8***********'
    app_key = '89******************************'
    Aspose::Cloud::Common::AsposeApp.new(app_sid, app_key)
    
    #build URI to create PDF from HTML
    str_uri = 'http://api.aspose.com/v1.1/pdf/outPdfFile.pdf?templateFile=HtmlExample1.html&templateType=html'
    
    #sign URI
    signed_uri = Aspose::Cloud::Common::Utils.sign(str_uri)
    RestClient.put(signed_uri, '', {:accept=>'application/json'})
    
    #build URI to download output file
    str_uri = 'http://api.aspose.com/v1.1/storage/file/outPdfFile.pdf'
    
    #sign URI
    signed_uri = Aspose::Cloud::Common::Utils.sign(str_uri)
    response_stream = RestClient.get(signed_uri, :accept => 'application/json')
    Aspose::Cloud::Common::Utils.save_file(response_stream, "outPdfFile.pdf")
    p 'done'

  2. #2
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    Re: C#, Java and Ruby Code Samples for Creating PDF File from HTML in Cloud

    hi folks,

    I use the following code snippet to create PDF file from HTML ,check
    Code:
     static void Main(string[] args)
            {
                HtmlConverter.Convert("http://www.wikipedia.org/", "HTMLtoPDF.pdf",
                    
                    //enable javascript
                    true,
    
                    //load timeout
                    100 * 1000,
    
                    //page size
                    new SizeF(612, 792),
    
                    //page margins
                    new PdfMargins(0, 0));
                System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("HTMLtoPDF.pdf");
            }
    This scenario is based on C# PDF component , which support to convert the HTML page with rich elements, such as HTTPS, CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript to PDF file.

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