Forum: Ruby RUBY Example for Converting Locally Stored Files to Other File Formats

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D40ce311dfd07cb5642aac5435c878ed?d=identicon&s=25 zarfishan zahid (zarfishan)
on 2013-03-25 08:29
Saaspose development team is pleased to announce documents conversion to
other file formats using Saaspose REST API in RUBY.  While working with
different documents, there might be scenarios where you want to convert
documents to other file formats. For instance, you can convert a
workbook to a PDF file, or you may choose to convert a PDF file to MS
Word document. Using Saaspose REST API examples in RUBY, you can achieve
the desired results in no time some of which have been mentioned below.

•  Saaspose.Slides allows you to convert PowerPoint documents i.e.
presentations to other file formats in the cloud.

•  You can also convert the workbook to desired file formats using
Saaspose.Cells in your applications.

•  Similarly, Saaspose.Words enables you to convert MS Word documents to
different file formats. These conversions do not require you to upload
the files on any storage and perform the conversion operation.

Saaspose provides REST based APIs that allows developers to combine
various features in their application to convert document, presentation,
worksheets, pdf files, images and barcodes to other formats of their
choice. Saaspose allows developers to combine features of different
Saaspose APIs into their cloud API to make their application more
productive and improve its performance.

Saaspose allows you to convert your files which are stored on your local
system to other formats using SDKs without saving the file to Saaspose
storage.  There are two methods to convert the file. First method is to
use the file path to select the file which is stored on your system and
second method is by using stream. In stream method the file is sent
through the request stream to Saaspose servers, processed and the output
is sent back as response stream. In this case, the file is not saved on
Saaspose storage. It is a single call process that uses convert
controller resource; it uploads the document to server as stream,
converts the document to desired file format, sends the converted file
back as response stream and deletes the source document from the server.

More about Saaspose example in RUBY

- Convert PDF to HTML(RUBY REST):

- Convert Workbook to other formats without using Storage (RUBY REST):

- Convert Word documents to other formats without using Storage (RUBY
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