HTML to XPS
Free, fast and secure API for HTML to XPS conversion. You can start using it right away!
How to Convert HTML to XPS
About html-to-xps Method
Aspose.Dev HTML Convert API offers an easy to use
html-to-xps method with detailed instructions on converting HTML to XPS in various programming languages, including C#, Java, PHP, cURL, and more. Use your preferred language. You can easily integrate Convert API into applications. Copy our sample code for an instant start. The API allows developers to quickly convert HTML to XPS, making it ideal for automating conversion tasks.
How It Works
html-to-xps is the Convert API endpoint responsible for handling HTML to XPS conversions. Using a conversion endpoint, you communicate your intent to the API, and now it knows which conversion process to initiate and execute. Let’s consider how it typically works:
html-to-xps endpoint has a certain URL that you send your HTTP POST requests to initiate an HTML to XPS conversion. The URL: /html/convert/html-to-xps.
To convert HTML to XPS, you need to provide a URL where the HTML file is hosted and set conversion options to customize the process. If no options are specified, the conversion will proceed with the default options. In this case, the resulting XPS document will have a width and height corresponding to A4 size, and all margins will be set to zero.
Once the Convert API receives your request, it starts the HTML to XPS conversion process. It parses the HTML file and converts it into XPS format based on the specified conversion options.
After the conversion, the Convert API sends back an HTTP response to your request, including a downloadable link to the converted XPS file.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How can I convert HTML to XPS using Convert API?
2. What is the maximum allowed HTML file size for a successful conversion?
3. How many HTML files can I convert to XPS using Convert API?
4. Why Convert HTML to XPS?
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