Hello everyone! I am back with something new and exciting for the developers who use to deal with the automated data extraction from the documents. A few years back, we released GroupDocs.Parser API which aimed to extract the text from various document formats. We kept on adding the features to it and today, it has become a giant API that provides a wide range of features including formatted text extraction, highlighted and structured text extraction, metadata extraction, extraction of images … Continue Reading
We are delighted to announce the release of GroupDocs.Parser for Java 18.12. The latest version allows you to extract the tables from PDF documents. Furthermore, we have added the support of extracting text and metadata from text and presentation templates. For more details, please have a look at the release notes of version 18.12.
Extracting Tables from PDF Documents
This feature is very useful when you want to extract only the tables form a PDF document. For extracting… Continue Reading
We are delighted to announce the release of GroupDocs.Parser for Java 18.11. The latest version came up with one new feature and three enhancements. It allows you to get information about the supported extractors for a document. Furthermore, we have improved the text area extraction for the PDF documents. For more details, please have a look at the release notes of version 18.11.
Getting Information of Supported Extractors for a Document
We are pleased to announce that version 18.9 of GroupDocs.Parser for Java has been released. The latest version allows you to extract data from the form fields in a PDF document. It also supports text analysis API for spreadsheet, presentation and text documents. Furthermore, you can now extract text from the databases. Please see the release notes for more details.
Extracting Data from the Form Fields in PDF Documents
We are pleased to announce that the first version of GroupDocs.Parser for Java has been released. GroupDocs.Parser for Java allows the Java developers to extract raw and formatted text from the popular document formats. The API also supports working with containers such as ZIP and email containers. You can also access the metadata attached to the documents using a few lines of code. Please continue to read more about the features and the file formats supported by the API.
We are excited to announce that GroupDocs.Parser is coming soon to Java platform as GroupDocs.Parser for Java. It will be an easy to use back-end API that will permit the users to extractraw andformattedtext from the supported document formats. Besides, it will also allow the users to extract the metadata from the popular document formats. GroupDocs.Parser for Java will soon be available for download.