GroupDocs.Viewer for Java combines a powerful set of document viewer APIs to display images and document formats in your Java applications without needing to install additional software. It natively rasterizes the documents and converts them into SVG+HTML+CSS to enhance the quality of document viewing while delivering a true-text, high-fidelity output. Using the document rendering API – quickly view PDF, HTML, XML, Microsoft Office Word, Excel worksheets, PowerPoint presentations, Outlook emails, Visio diagrams, Project, metafiles, images and various other file formats with ease and fewer programming hazards. It can also display password-protected files and allow to get document representation as HTML, image or PDF form after the rendering. Our file viewer library is quite customizable, as it allows you to display the whole document, or render it partially to speed up the process. Through GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API, you can view pages, specific cell range in a spreadsheet or even render an individual document layer in formats, such as, PDF and CAD.
GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API allows you to render documents with/without annotation or comments for supported file formats. It also enables you to add custom font directories and extract basic document information such as FileType, Extension, Name, PageCount, etc.
GroupDocs.Viewer for Java is compatible with all Java versions and supports popular operating systems (Windows, Linux, macOS) that are capable to run Java runtime.
Following is an overview of GroupDocs.Viewer for Java:
GroupDocs.Viewer for Java supports all popular document file formats including: Microsoft Office, images, diagrams and many others.
GroupDocs.Viewer for Java supports following Operating Systems, Frameworks & Package Managers:
Viewer for HTML, PDF, Images, Word, Excel & other Document Formats
Render AutoCAD Drawings (DWG) files to SVG format
Adjust the Background Color of the Converted File
Rasterize and Convert Documents into SVG, HTML & CSS
Get HTML, Image or PDF Representation of Documents through Rendering
Cached Versions of Documents to Make Loading Time Faster
Configure Custom Font Directories
Apply Encoding Standards to Word, Excel and Email Documents
Remotely Render Documents at FTP or Cloud Storage
Remove or Keep Annotations & Comments while Rendering
Render Document Pages as Separate HTML Pages
Render Hidden Slides and Pages & Apply Page Reorder to Rendered Document
Render Range of Pages, Specific Pages or All Pages into HTML
Render or hide document comments
Create Responsive HTML for Some Document Formats through Rendering
Reduce Resultant File Size of Rendered HTML by Excluding Fonts
Remove Comments, Extra White-Spaces etc, to Minify Output HTML & CSS
Use Coordinates of Source Document to Read the Contained Text
Show/Hide Cell Border in Excel Sheets of the Rendered Output
Render Specific Number of Rows of Each Page in an Excel Sheet
Render Model and all Non-Empty Layouts or a Particular Layout of a CAD File
Render the Items in Outlook Data Files (OST/PST) as PDF
Tile Rendering or Render by Coordinates of CAD Documents as Image, HTML or PDF
Set printing restrictions when rendering to PDF
GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API can be used to view, render and display documents of more than 150 different file formats. It is done reliably and efficiently while keeping the content as well as the structure of the document intact. The following example shows the level of ease with which GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API renders a DOCX file as an image file using Java:
// Initialize Viewer Viewer viewer = new Viewer("sample.docx"); // Create view options PdfViewOptions viewOptions = new PdfViewOptions(); // Convert file to PDF and check the output in the current directory viewer.view(viewOptions);
GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API offers you various transformation options to be applied on the rendered document for a more customized view and display. You can rotate pages by providing the angle. You can the order of the rendered pages. Apply specific text as a watermark to rendered pages or images. Through GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API, you also have the ability to add custom fonts to the document being rendered.
GroupDocs.Viewer for Java API lets you fetch specific or all attachments of an email. Once you get the required email attachments, you can render these attached files to images or HTML.