Build a Web Page to Scan Documents to PDF

If you are developing a web application that requires the capability to deal with different digital file formats, chances are PDF will be a must-have file format. Converting pages of text and graphics to PDF results in a compressed and visually clear file that can be read on a PC or Mac, typically using Adobe…

10 Rules for Evaluating Web TWAIN Components – for 2015 and Beyond

In 2011, we published a great article called 10 Rules for Evaluating Web TWAIN Components. It helped many software developers with understanding their scanning project needs and getting perspective to evaluate TWAIN SDKs for web applications. But, quite a few things have changed since 2011. Quite a few. Since 2011, the TWAIN standard has been updated…

Scan documents from TWAIN scanners in jQuery

As we know, client-side script cannot interact with the imaging devices directly. Here we will use Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK, which is a browser-based document imaging SDK, to interact with scanners, digital cameras and capture images or documents. Basic features of Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK Compatible with Internet Explorer (32 bit or 64 bit), Edge,…

How to Easily Deploy a Scan Page in Office 365 SharePoint using Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK

More and more organizations have moved to the Office 365 / SharePoint environment for document management. Today, I’d like to cover how to easily build and deploy a scan page in Office 365 to scan records/documents from TWAIN scanners by using Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK, which  is a web-based TWAIN scanning SDK. Key features of the…

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 SDK…

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