Scan Documents Online and Upload as Images
Learn Dynamic Web TWAIN scanning SDK with which you can embed online document scanning and uploading easily to your web application.
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Are you looking for a web-based document scanning toolkit for your users to do online document scanning and uploading easily via your website? If so, Dynamic Web TWAIN, a browser-based TWAIN SDK, is the right solution for you.
The document scanning library enables you to control TWAIN image scanners via a web application. It supports IE x86/x64, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera on Windows and macOS.
Online document scanning demo
Try out the demo of Dynamic Web TWAIN for online document scanning and uploading:
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These tasks are just one-click away with the Web TWAIN scanning SDK:
- Scan documents online from a scanner, edit and upload as images / stream to a web server or database;
- Scan documents and save locally as a BMP, JPEG, PNG or multi-page TIFF/PDF file;
- Acquire images from a camera/digital card, edit and save to local disk or upload to web server;
- Capture images from DirectShow compatible webcams with the webcam capture add-on.
- Load local images to your web browser, edit and save/upload
Dynamic Web TWAIN
The document scanning library has features specially designed for web environments:
- ActiveX, Plug-in and HTML5 Editions that support all main-stream browsers on Windows & macOS;
- Uploading / downloading images via HTTP(s) and FTP(s), Windows Authentication, Basic Authentication, Forms Authentication, Anonymous authentication, SSL certificate binding and session/cookie support;
- You can deploy it on your preferred web server (IIS, Apache, Tomcat etc.).
If you are developing a desktop document scanning solution, Dynamic .NET TWAIN, a native .NET scanning component, suits you better. It is optimized for use in C# and VB.NET.
TWAIN is a standard software protocol defined by TWAIN Working Group. It is an applications programming interface (API) that regulates communication between software applications and imaging devices, such as scanner, digital camera and capture card.
With several popular scanner manufacturers being initiators of the TWAIN Working Group, most, if not all, scanners come with a TWAIN driver and are TWAIN compatible.
If you have an interest to know the difference between TWAIN and other scanning protocols such as WIA, ISIS, SANE, you can also check Document Scanning: TWAIN, WIA, ISIS or SANE?