Dynamsoft Camera SDK for iOS 2.1 Adapted UI to Fit iPhone X

DCS for iOS 2.1 released

We are happy to announce the release of Dynamsoft Camera SDK for iOS 2.1. The iOS document scanning SDK enables you to easily create an app and turn your iPhone into a document scanner. Highlights Adapted UI to fit iPhone X. Added a zoomIn property to support zoom function on the video view. Added a…

Using Dynamic Web TWAIN in Angular Application

Dynamsoft Dynamic Web TWAIN Angular applications

Angular is a TypeScript-based open-source front-end web application platform. With Angular, you can build one application and reuse the code to build apps for any deployment – web, mobile web, native mobile or desktop. In this article, we discuss how to use Dynamic Web TWAIN – the web-based document scanning library – in an Angular applications for…

Build a Cross-Platform Document Scanning App with Electron

Last updated Mar 20, 2017, for an updated version, please visit Github Electron is a framework for building cross-platform desktop Apps with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. Dynamic Web TWAIN is also a cross-platform JavaScript library for document scanning, it’s pretty easy to implement a document scan app with Electron and Dynamic Web TWAIN that runs…

How to Create a Web Scanning Solution with Dynamic Web TWAIN and AngularJS

interact with scanner in Angular JS

AngularJS is a Web application framework for rendering dynamic Web content with MVC architecture. It reduces the amount of JavaScript code with the feature of two-way data binding. More and more developers tend to use AngularJS for client-side development. In this article, we will share how to use a cross-browser cross-platform document scanning SDK called Dynamic…

Dynamic Web TWAIN V12.2 Migrates from SHA-1 to SHA-2

Dynamic Web TWAIN migrates from SHA-1 to SHA-2

We are happy to announce the release of v12.2 of Dynamic Web TWAIN which migrates the certificate algorithm from SHA-1 to SHA-2 for the scanning service. Major browsers are deprecating the support of SHA-1 signed certificates. Chrome 56, and Firefox 51, scheduled to be released in Jan. 2017, will stop trusting SHA–1 certificates originating at…

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