Android SDK as a wrapper for the GroupDocs.Merger Cloud API. Combine documents into one, split document into many in your Android applications.Start Free Trial
GroupDocs.Merger Cloud SDK for Android is a wrapper to communicate with the Cloud API for Android developers. The GroupDocs.Merger Cloud API is a REST service to merge and split documents and supports a wide range of Microsoft Office, OpenDocument, eBook, PDF, text, LaTeX and other document formats. The GroupDocs.Merger Cloud API provides a way to combine two or more documents into one, split any document to many, and generate image representation of any document in PNG, JPG to BMP format. The API offers many other document pages related operations like rotate any page of a PDF document, swap slides of presentations or change page orientation of word documents. The API gives importance to security and allows to apply or remove the password protection to your important business documents.
An overview of the features supported by the document merger Cloud API.
Document merger Cloud API for Java supported formats.
Supported Operating Systems and Frameworks
Combine multiple pages, slides or spreadsheets into a single document
Swap position of any two pages, slides or sheets within a document
Rotate pages by setting rotation angles like 90, 180 or 270 degrees
Split any document into smaller files
Remove any single or collection of specific pages
Change page orientation
Rearrange pages, slides or diagrams
Set, reset & remove password
Fetch list of supported file formats
Using GroupDocs.Merger Cloud API, you can merge two or more documents into one, or split any document into multiple smaller documents. Following few lines of code shows how to combine two word files in Android.
//Get your App SID and App Key at https://dashboard.groupdocs.cloud (free registration is required). Configuration configuration = new Configuration(MyAppSid, MyAppKey); DocumentApi apiInstance = new DocumentApi(configuration); FileInfo fileInfo1 = new FileInfo(); fileInfo1.setFilePath("foldername/doc1.docx"); JoinItem item1 = new JoinItem(); item1.setFileInfo(fileInfo1); FileInfo fileInfo2 = new FileInfo(); fileInfo2.setFilePath("foldername/doc2.docx"); JoinItem item2 = new JoinItem(); item2.setFileInfo(fileInfo2); JoinOptions options = new JoinOptions(); options.setJoinItems(Arrays.asList(item1, item2)); options.setOutputPath("output/mergedDoc.docx"); JoinRequest request = new JoinRequest(options); DocumentResult response = apiInstance.join(request); ```