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ScroogeXHTML 8.3 - RTF to HTML5 and XHTML converter

 
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ScroogeXHTML for the Java platform is a library which supports a subset of the Rich Text Format (RTF) standard and converts to HTML5 and XHTML, as a standalone document, or as a fragment which can be embedded in other documents, with little coding.

  • supports RTF features such as hyperlinks, field results, simple tables, picture data extraction, and embeds PNG and JPG pictures as data URIs
  • minimizes documents using CSS font definitions, and supports post processing of the intermediate DOM document for additional fine tuning
  • is easy to use, and requires no external runtime libraries except the SLF4J logging API
  • the online demo converts a RTF document and displays the result HTML5


  • Home page: https://www.scroogexhtml.com
    Online demo: https://www.scroogexhtml.com/sxd8
    Javadoc API: https://www.habarisoft.com/scroogexhtml_j/8.3.0/docs/api/index.html
    Full source code available.
     
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