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unioffice is a library for creation of Office Open XML documents (.docx, .xlsx and .pptx). Its goal is to be the most compatible and highest performance Go library for creation and editing of docx/xlsx/pptx files.

Build Status GitHub (pre-)release License: UniDoc EULA GoDoc

https://github.com/unidoc/unioffice/

Status

  • Documents (docx) [Word]
    • Read/Write/Edit
    • Formatting
    • Images
    • Tables
  • Spreadsheets (xlsx) [Excel]
    • Read/Write/Edit
    • Cell formatting including conditional formatting
    • Cell validation (drop down combobox, rules, etc.)
    • Retrieve cell values as formatted by Excel (e.g. retrieve a date or number as displayed in Excel)
    • Formula Evaluation (100+ functions supported currently, more will be added as required)
    • Embedded Images
    • All chart types
  • PowerPoint (pptx) [PowerPoint]
    • Creation from templates
    • Textboxes/shapes

Performance

There has been a great deal of interest in performance numbers for spreadsheet creation/reading lately, so here are unioffice numbers for this benchmark which creates a sheet with 30k rows, each with 100 columns.

creating 30000 rows * 100 cells took 3.92506863s
saving took 89ns
reading took 9.522383048s

Creation is fairly fast, saving is very quick due to no reflection usage, and reading is a bit slower. The downside is that the binary is large (33MB) as it contains generated structs, serialization and deserialization code for all of DOCX/XLSX/PPTX.

Installation

go get github.com/unidoc/unioffice/

Document Examples

Spreadsheet Examples

Presentation Examples

Raw Types

The OOXML specification is large and creating a friendly API to cover the entire specification is a very time consuming endeavor. This library attempts to provide an easy to use API for common use cases in creating OOXML documents while allowing users to fall back to raw document manipulation should the library's API not cover a specific use case.

The raw XML based types reside in the schema/ directory. These types are accessible from the wrapper types via a X() method that returns the raw type.

For example, the library currently doesn't have an API for setting a document background color. However it's easy to do manually via editing the CT_Background element of the document.

dox := document.New()
doc.X().Background = wordprocessingml.NewCT_Background()
doc.X().Background.ColorAttr = &wordprocessingml.ST_HexColor{}
doc.X().Background.ColorAttr.ST_HexColorRGB = color.RGB(50, 50, 50).AsRGBString()

Contribution guidelines

CLA assistant

All contributors are must sign a contributor license agreement before their code will be reviewed and merged.

Licensing

This software package (unioffice) is a commercial product and requires a license code to operate.

The use of this software package is governed by the end-user license agreement (EULA) available at: https://unidoc.io/eula/

To obtain a Trial license code to evaluate the software, please visit https://unidoc.io/


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