Best Practices for Increasing Speed with Dynamsoft Barcode Reader JavaScript Edition

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Dynamsoft Barcode Reader JavaScript Edition is a JavaScript API for barcode scanning based on the latest WebAssembly technology. Overall, JavaScript Edition comes with a clear advantage – end users don’t need to install anything to use your web application. However, this relatively new technology relies heavily on browsers, which may impact decoding performance. Performance Data…

Dynamsoft Barcode Reader JavaScript Edition v6.4.1 Released

Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK is better than ever with the official release of JavaScript Edition v6.4.1. Dynamsoft Barcode Reader JavaScript Edition enables fast and reliable cross-platform, cross-browser barcode scanning in the web applications on desktops, tablets, or mobile devices. Highlights: Fast loading and initialization along with the support of Web Worker to ensure smooth barcode scanning instantly…

Getting EHR Satisfaction Through a Successful Adoption Process [eBook series 6 of 6]

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Finally, we are at the last step to getting EHR satisfaction. In order to get there, we need to decide who will be implementing the EHR requirements to ensure a successful adoption process. Off-the-Shelf or Custom-Built To start, one needs to compare the advantages of building an in-house solution or using an off-the-shelf solution. Relevant…

Where to Start with EHR Implementation [eBook series 5 of 6]

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By now you should be familiar with the enabling EHR technologies and various technical considerations for adopting this application. But there are one other consideration that is often overlooked. Human Bottlenecks Often, migrating to a new technology can be a challenging and lengthy process for staff members. Healthcare providers might use multiple methods for documenting…

Optimization Methods and Important Regulatory Requirements [eBook series 4 of 6]

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Optimize Results for Effective OCR 1. Image Quality To optimize results for effective OCR, image resolution is important. For the usual font size (10 pts or above), a resolution of 300 dots per inch (DPI) is recommended. Smaller font sizes will command even higher DPI resolutions. Also, when scanning, you can generally choose among three…

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