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…

Roadmap of Dynamic Web TWAIN

V11.1 Scheduled release date: to be decided Features to be introduced: HTML5 Support for Microsoft Edge browser Webcam & barcode add-on for Mac OSX V11.0 Release date: July 23, 2015 Features introduced: HTML5 support for Safari v7+, Chrome v27+ and Firefox v27+ on Mac OS X 10.6 or later HTML5 support for Internet Explorer 10…

How Dynamic Web TWAIN HTML5 Edition Works

With 72.19% of Dynamic Web TWAIN customers buying our Plugin Edition to support Chrome and Firefox in their application, the importance of Dynamic Web TWAIN HTML5 Edition is clearer than ever. As is well known by now, Google is dropping support for NPAPI-based plugins for its Chrome browser. Many NPAPI plugins have already been dropped….

Making Web-based Document Imaging Apps in 2 Minutes

The video tutorial shows how to quickly develop a Web-based document scanning application with Dynamic Web TWAIN (JavaScript & HTML5) in 2 minutes.

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