Java Document Manipulation APIs

APIs to view, export, annotate, compare, sign, automate and search documents within any Java application.

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GroupDocs.Total for Java

GroupDocs.Total for Java is a compilation of every Java API offered by GroupDocs. We compile it on a daily basis to ensure that it contains the most up to date versions of each of our Java APIs.

With GroupDocs.Total for Java developers can use all our APIs with a single license. However, you can order any individual API as well. The APIs we offer include:

GroupDocs.Total for Java includes the following document manipulation APIs for Java:

GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API

GroupDocs.Viewer for Java

A powerful document viewer API that allows you to display over 50 document formats in your Java applications. The viewer can work two ways: by rasterizing documents or by converting them to a combination of SVG, HTML and CSS. Both methods deliver high-fidelity rendering.

Supported file formats include: Microsoft Office, Visio, Project and Outlook documents, PDFs, AutoCAD, image files (TIFF, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, etc.) and more.

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java API

GroupDocs.Annotation for Java

A flexible API that lets end users annotate Microsoft Office, PDF and other documents within your Java applications. The API comes with a comprehensive set of markup tools, which allow end users to highlight, strike through, and comment text and images.

GroupDocs.Conversion for Java API

GroupDocs.Conversion for Java

An advanced class API that allows you to convert back and forth between over 50 document formats from within your Java applications. The API supports all Microsoft Office document formats as well as PDF, HTML and common image file formats (TIFF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP). Documents can be converted one by one on the fly, or added to a conversion queue.

GroupDocs.Comparison for Java API

GroupDocs.Comparison for Java

This API allows end users to quickly and easily find differences between two revisions of a document. It compares uploaded documents and displays differences between them through a diff view UI. Differences are highlighted using redline view - similar to the Microsoft Word change tracking feature.


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