How to scan documents in a ASP.NET Web Application?

  Document scanning module in ASP.NET Web Form As you know, ASP.NET is a server-side programming language and it cannot access client-side devices. To embed a document scanning module into your ASP.NET web application, you can use an ActiveX/Plugin to interact with the scanners. This article will show how to use the Dynamic Web TWAIN…

Webcam Capture in C#: Easiest Way to Take Images from Your Webcams

Webcams, as an easy & cost-effective way to take images from video stream, is widely used in the business world. To save your time & energy to integrate webcam capture to your WinForms application, Dynamsoft developed the Dynamic .NET TWAIN SDK. With it, you can develop a web camera capture module in C# with a few lines…

Expand Microsoft SharePoint to Create the Ultimate Document Management Solution

Scan and upload documents to Microsoft SharePoint via your website using Dynamic Web TWAIN Microsoft SharePoint is often used on company intranets with the goal of keeping information centralized. Dynamic Web TWAIN is a web document processing SDK that can combine SharePoint’s management features to create the ultimate document management solution for your company. The following article explains…

Scan and Upload Documents in ASP.NET MVC3 Application Using Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK

More and more organizations are in need of a document imaging solution to convert paper documentation into electronic / digitized documents. The primary purpose organizations look to do this is to more easily and efficiently access and manage their records and data. Such a migration from paper-based to digital-based document management is fast becoming a…

How to Scan Documents from Chrome, Firefox, Safari & other Browsers

Scan documents from chrome, firefox, safari, linux, and others

We receive a lot of requests from customers stating they are developing a web-based system that will use JavaScript/JQuery for the client-side and PHP for the server side. Their system enables users to scan documents from a browser using the client side scanner, edit, and then upload images to a database on the server. However, their users might use:…

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