The rise of eBooks has led to an increased demand for eBook formats, such as MobiXML. However, converting PDF files to MobiXML can be a challenging task, especially when working with large volumes of documents. This is where Python Cloud SDK comes in as a powerful tool for converting PDF files to MobiXML quickly and efficiently. By using this SDK, you can automate the conversion process and streamline your eBook creation workflow, saving you time and effort. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of converting PDF to MobiXML using Python, so you can take advantage of the benefits of this popular eBook format.
PDF Conversion SDK
Aspose.PDF Cloud is a REST-based API that allows you to perform PDF operations in the cloud, including PDF to MobiXML conversion. On top of that, the Python SDK for Aspose.PDF Cloud provides a set of simple yet powerful methods that enable you to access and use the Aspose.PDF Cloud API in your Python applications. Another advantage of using Aspose.PDF Cloud SDK for Python is that you don’t need to install any software or libraries locally. Instead, you can access the Aspose.PDF Cloud API through a RESTful interface, making it easy to integrate PDF to MobiXML conversion into your Python applications.
The SDK is available for download over PIP and GitHub repository. Please execute the following command on the terminal to install the latest version of SDK on the system.
pip install asposepdfcloud
After the installation, please create a free account over dashboard using your GitHub or Google account, or simply Sign Up using Create a new Account option.
PDF to MobiXML using Python
This section explains the details on how to convert PDF (already available in cloud storage) to Mobi using Python.
- Firstly, create an instance of ApiClient while passing client credentials as arguments.
- Secondly, initialize PdfApi object while passing the ApiClient object as an argument.
- Now call the put_pdf_in_storage_to_mobi_xml(..) method while passing input PDF and resultant .ZIP file name as arguments.
- Please note, the resultant Mobixml will be saved as .ZIP archive.
Convert PDF to XML using cURL Command
Using cURL command-line tool, you can easily send a request to the Aspose.PDF Cloud API to perform the conversion. It’s a quick and easy way to convert PDF to MobiXML in the cloud, This conversion provides several benefits, including the ability to perform conversions from the command-line, automate conversion processes, and integrate the conversion into your workflows or applications.
Now, the first step is to generate a JSON Web Token (JWT) based on your client credential details (specified over Aspose.Cloud dashboard). Please execute the following command to generate the JWT token.
curl -v "https://api.aspose.cloud/connect/token" \ -X POST \ -d "grant_type=client_credentials&client_id=88d1cda8-b12c-4a80-b1ad-c85ac483c5c5&client_secret=406b404b2df649611e508bbcfcd2a77f" \ -H "Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded" \ -H "Accept: application/json"
Once the JWT Token has been generated, please execute the following command to convert PDF to Mobi format. The resultant file is saved as .zip archive on cloud storage.
curl -X PUT "https://api.aspose.cloud/v3.0/pdf/marketing.pdf/convert/mobixml?outPath=Converted.zip" \ -H "accept: application/json" \ -H "authorization: Bearer <JWT Token>"
In this article, we have learned how to convert PDF to MobiXML using Python language and cURL command with the help of Aspose.PDF Cloud API. This API enables you to perform various PDF operations in the cloud. Using the Aspose.PDF Cloud SDK for Python or cURL command-line tool, you can easily access the Aspose.PDF Cloud API and convert PDF files to MobiXML format in a few simple steps. You also get the ability to customize your conversion to meet your specific requirements, such as adding watermarks or specifying the output file name and location. With these techniques, view your files in Kindle devices and applications.
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