Today, we will learn to programmatically merge PDF, Word documents, spreadsheets, presentations using C#. In an earlier post, we have seen the merging and splitting of documents using Java.
This article will also show you the code examples regarding:
After going through this article, we will be able to compare text files, Word files, PDF files, and other documents in Java-based applications. By using this feature, we can compare invoices, contracts, presentations, AutoCAD designs, price lists, or programming files. We will also the privilege to highlight the identified changes and have the option to either accept or reject any change. We can even build our own document comparison tool similar to the one launched by GroupDocs, using the document … Continue Reading
In our previous post, we discussed WebP images and learned to convert WebP Images in Java. Today, in this article, we will learn to programmatically convert the WebP images into JPG, PNG, TIFF, and other formats using C#.
First, we will have a look to convert the WebP images in the simplest way. Later we will convert with some customized options like tilt, flip, grayscale, resize, change gamma, contrast, and brightness, and add watermark to converted JPG images. Following … Continue Reading
Suppose that you have the opportunity to receive comments or reviews from your customers or some other source and you want to evaluate how positive they are. There is a way to analyze such comments called sentiment analysis. This post focuses on C# sentiment analysis tool based on a deep neural network model. This model is suitable for a wide range of tasks.
Sentiment Analysis API for .NET
We often need a full-text search API that enables our applications to search through documents for particular information specified as a textual search query. The documents can be of any format such as Word (Doc, Docx), PDF, HTML, EPUB, Spreadsheet (XLS, XLSX), Presentation (PPT, PPTX), images, and videos.
GroupDocs.Search is a powerful full-text search API that allows you to search through over 70 document formats in your applications. To make it possible to search instantly across thousands of documents, they … Continue Reading
Using the .NET API, you can perform searching by parts and specify the number of search threads in C#. This feature will be more beneficial when you search text in large indexes that contain thousands of documents. Furthermore, you can now get the start & end time, and the total search time to get the search results.
Worried about merge or split documents of various types in multiple platforms? There could be many statements in your mind:
- How to merge PDF documents together in Java?
- Want to split word documents, or merge excel spreadsheets.
- What to do if I need to merge PPT/PPTX presentations.
- Many more questions, the list may not end.