Changed the Structure of ZIP archive folder and Removed redundant APIs and unneeded parameters in Aspose.HTML Cloud 18.3

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Aspose.HTML for Cloud LogoWe are pleased to announce the new monthly release of Aspose.HTML Cloud 18.3. We have changed the structure of ZIP archive folder that returns upon calling GET all images of HTML document API. All images that are referenced by the absolute web links are placed in the archive in the __Web_Images folder (instead of full web path). Moreover, description of API methods and parameters in the API Reference page have been extended. Please go through the Aspose.HTML Cloud 18.3 Release Notes for a full set of changes to the API.

New Features and Enhancements

A group of REST API methods (conversion & translation PUT methods) has been considered as redundant and removed from API:

  • PUT: Translate the HTML document specified by the name from default or specified storage
  • PUT: Translate the HTML document from the Web specified by its URL
  • PUT: Convert the HTML document to the specified image format
  • PUT: Convert the HTML document to PDF
  • PUT: Convert the HTML document to XPS

Unneeded parameters have been removed from a number of API methods:

  • folder and storage parameters have been removed as unneeded in the following API methods:
    • GET: Convert the HTML page from the web by its URL to the specified image format
    • GET: Convert the HTML page from the web by its URL to PDF
    • GET: Convert the HTML page from the web by its URL to XPS
  • For these API methods, xResolution and yResolution parameters were considered as redundant and replaced with a single resolution parameter:
    • GET: Convert the HTML document from the storage by its name to the specified image format
    • GET: Convert the HTML page from the web by its URL to the specified image format

We have changed the structure of ZIP archive folder that returns upon calling GET all images of HTML document API. All images that are referenced by the absolute web links are placed in the archive in the __Web_Images folder (instead of full web path).

Description of API methods and parameters in the API Reference page have been extended

Aspose Cloud Resources

You may visit the following API resources for getting started and working with the API.

  • Product Overview – An overview of Aspose.HTML Cloud APIs
  • Product Documentation – Detailed API documentation with code examples and details about API functional areas
  • API Reference Guide – Quickly browse through all Aspose.HTML Cloud APIs and test them in the browser
  • Aspose.HTML Forum – Our online support forum where we address your queries and inquiries