Aspose.HTML Cloud 18.6 Release Notes

Enhancements

  • A group of REST API endpoints has been added: conversion PUT methods that provide possibility to upload conversion results to specified storage folder (see v18.6 - API Changes below)
  • API documentation refinement: descriptions of existing methods and parameters have been clarified (conversion API)

v18.6 - API Changes

All URIs are related to https://api.aspose.cloud/v1.1/html

Added APIs

  • PUT: Converts the HTML document (located on storage) to the specified image format and uploads resulting file to storage

/{name}/convert/image/{outFormat}?appSID={appSID}&outPath={outPath}&width={width}&height={height}&resolution={resolution}&leftMargin={leftMargin}&topMargin={topMargin}&rightMargin={rightMargin}&bottomMargin={bottomMargin}

  • PUT: Converts the HTML document (in request content) to the specified image format and uploads resulting file to storage

/convert/image/{outFormat}?appSID={appSID}&outPath={outPath}&width={width}&height={height}&resolution={resolution}&leftMargin={leftMargin}&topMargin={topMargin}&rightMargin={rightMargin}&bottomMargin={bottomMargin}

  • PUT: Converts the HTML document (located on storage) to PDF and uploads resulting file to storage

/{name}/convert/pdf?appSID={appSID}&outPath={outPath}&width={width}&height={height}&leftMargin={leftMargin}&topMargin={topMargin}&rightMargin={rightMargin}&bottomMargin={bottomMargin}

  • PUT: Converts the HTML document (in request content) to PDF and uploads resulting file to storage

/convert/pdf?appSID={appSID}&outPath={outPath}&width={width}&height={height}&leftMargin={leftMargin}&topMargin={topMargin}&rightMargin={rightMargin}&bottomMargin={bottomMargin}

  • PUT: Converts the HTML document (located on storage) to XPS and uploads resulting file to storage

/{name}/convert/xps?appSID={appSID}&outPath={outPath}&width={width}&height={height}&leftMargin={leftMargin}&topMargin={topMargin}&rightMargin={rightMargin}&bottomMargin={bottomMargin}

  • PUT: Converts the HTML document (in request content) to XPS and uploads resulting file to storage

/convert/xps?appSID={appSID}&outPath={outPath}&width={width}&height={height}&leftMargin={leftMargin}&topMargin={topMargin}&rightMargin={rightMargin}&bottomMargin={bottomMargin}