Merge Google Drive files and save output in Dropbox using Zapier
This article is a continuation of our earlier post on Automate Document Conversion using Zapier. In this article, we are specifically going to discuss the steps and related details on how to merge documents using Zapier. We will load the source files from Google Drive and will save the output in Dropbox. In order to fulfill this requirement, the Merge App on Zapier is our solution.
Dropbox Account Aspose.Cloud Dashboard Google Drive Account Zap for Documents Merger Dropbox Account In our current scenario, we plan to save the resultant merge file in Dropbox therefore, we need to first set up an account on Dropbox.
Word to PDF Converter | DOC to PDF | DOCX to PDF | Zapier
Automate Word to PDF and PDF to Word conversion using Zapier. Implement Word to PDF Converter using Zapier Aspose.Cloud provides REST-based programming APIs offering the capabilities to create, edit and convert Word, Excel, PowerPoint, HTML, XPS, JPEG, etc formats to other supported formats. But in order to automate the document conversion process, we offer a Word to PDF converter app on Zapier that allows you to connect your document repositories from Google Drive or Dropbox to our file processing service and automate your daily tasks with ease.
How to install Aspose.Cloud SDKs
Aspose.Cloud provides a huge set of Cloud-based REST APIs offering the capabilities to create, manipulate as well as transform input files to other supported output formats. You can directly access the APIs using cURL commands via command prompt. Similarly, you can use individually created programming SDKs to fulfill your requirements. Therefore, if you need to manipulate MS Word files using C# .NET, you need to try using Aspose.Words Cloud SDK for .
How to Obtain JWT token using a Client ID and Client Secret key
JSON Web Token (JWT) is a JSON encoded open, industry-standard RFC 7519 method representation of a claim(s) that can be transferred between two parties. The claim is digitally signed by the issuer of the token, and the party receiving this token can later use this digital signature to prove the ownership of the claim.
At Aspose, we value data integrity and authentication as much as we focus on new features building.
Aspose Cloud December Pricing Update
Simplifying Pricing for New Customers We have updated the Aspose Cloud pricing structure to simplify it for new customers. Previously some API calls were “chargeable” while other API calls were not. If an API call created a document or meaningful result, then it was chargeable. If an API call did not create a document or result, then it was not chargeable. However, there were some ‘grey areas’ with certain Aspose Cloud products where customers were confused about whether they should be charged for some calls.
Aspose.Storage Cloud has been Discontinued
Aspose is glad to share with you that Aspose.Storage Cloud API features are now more simplified. Files and folders storage and their manipulation are no more dependent on the separate Aspose.Storage Cloud API, however, these features have been integrated within every Aspose Cloud API. To be very precise, “Aspose.Storage Cloud has been discontinued as a separate product”.
What existing users can do about Aspose.Storage? Aspose.Storage Cloud API and following SDKs will remain available on the public repositories like GitHub, NuGet, etc for the existing customers until 31.
How to Create and Read Barcodes with C# .NET REST API
Barcodes are widely used around the world for the necessary data collection. A barcode is an encoded image used to represent data in a visual and machine-readable form. As a developer, you came across a number of scenarios, where you need to create and read barcodes in your application. In this article I will share a RESTful solution, Aspose.BarCode Cloud, for working with the barcode in your application. It eliminates the requirement to install and maintain a separate software to create and read barcodes.
Encrypt and Decrypt PDF files with cURL
PDF Document is the defacto file type to present documents, including text formatting and images, in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems. Aspose.PDF Cloud provides a number of operations that work seamlessly with your existing PDF Documents, allowing you to convert to and from PDF Format, extract document information, and perform operation like Encrypt and Decrypt PDF Documents.
Encrypt a PDF Document Aspose.PDF Cloud allows you to easily encrypt a PDF document.
Perform a Reverse Image Search
The reverse image search is an analysis process when source image set containing at least one image is compared with several other images. As a result of this comparison, we get a list of most similar images according to the following conditions:
Degree of similarity The minimal threshold of similarity Algorithm of comparison Aspose.Imaging Cloud provides REST APIs to help developers perform a reverse image search.
Use Cases There may be a lot of use cases to apply reverse image search engine.
Aspose Storage Integration with Dropbox API v2
Since Dropbox has deprecated their API v1, we have upgraded Aspose Storage integration with Dropbox to API v2. Aspose Storage for Cloud allows you to easily use your Droxbox storage to store your files and use them in various API Operations with Aspose.Words Cloud and Aspose.Cells Cloud etc.
Configure Dropbox Storage Go to https://dashboard.aspose.cloud/ Select the My Storage tab Click on Create New Storage dropdown menu and select Dropbox Storage Enter Storage Name and click on Generate Access Token button Log into Dropbox and authorizes our app Dropbox will generate your Access Token and you will be redirected to our Dashboard Press Save button to create storage Using Dropbox Storage with Aspose Cloud APIs Once set up you can easily use your Dropbox storage in your API calls by appending the storage param to your API calls