PDF files hold an important place among the list of file formats used in various applications for document processing. As PDF files support cross platform acceptability and document level security, it is widely chosen to use over a network. Aspose.PDF Cloud is a REST API that allows creating, editing and manipulating PDF files in the cloud. You can work with various aspects of a PDF file using various programming languages, across any platform. You can also integrate Aspose.PDF Cloud with other File Format APIs to use a variety of features for better productivity of your application.
Aspose.PDF Cloud allows you to manage bookmarks in a PDF file with quality results. You can use bookmarks in your PDF file to make it more useful and navigate to a specific page easily. A PDF file may contain several bookmarks; you can get all bookmarks in a PDF file using Aspose.PDF Cloud REST API. You can also get count of all bookmarks used in a PDF file.
There might be scenarios where you want to get the selected bookmark from a PDF file and use it as per your requirements, and you can achieve this easily with Aspose.PDF Cloud. You can also work with child bookmarks in a PDF file using Aspose.PDF Cloud REST API. You can get the count of child bookmarks in a PDF file. You can also get child bookmark count for selected parent in PDF using Aspose.PDF Cloud REST API in your applications.
You can utilize our SDK and REST examples to manage bookmarks in PDF files in the cloud. It requires a simple step, download the required SDK from Github and incorporate the useful features into your application.
REST and SDK examples:
Please refer to Aspose.PDF Cloud documentation for more details. You can manipulate your PDF files with a variety of features supported by Aspose.PDF Cloud. You can extract images, extract text, convert PDF files to other file formats, manage annotations and form fields etc. As it is a REST API, you only need to consume its REST interface in your application. You can either invoke these REST operations directly using your own code or you can use a REST client for your particular language.