Dynamsoft’s Dynamic .NET TWAIN 5.0 Software Dev Kit Provides WPF Control

New SDK Enables Developers to More Quickly Deploy WPF-Based Image Capture .NET Applications Using TWAIN Scanners, Cameras and Other Devices VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – Dec 3, 2013) – Dynamsoft Corp. has updated its Dynamic .NET TWAIN software development kit (SDK) to version 5.0, which now provides built-in support for Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF). This allows software developers…

Dynamsoft is Actively Addressing Google Chrome’s NPAPI Retirement

Dynamsoft has been providing browser based document imaging developer kits since 2003. This product line comprises of Dynamic Web TWAIN and ImageCapture Suite. Both include three editions: Edition Browser Support Technology ActiveX Edition IE (Internet Explorer) ActiveX Plugin Edition Firefox and Chrome for Windows Netscape Plug-in API (NPAPI) Mac Edition Safari, Firefox and Chrome for…

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…

Use Dynamsoft to Store and Retrieve Scanned Images from SQL Server in ASP.NET

The ability to easily store and retrieve digitized documents is an important feature of any document management workflow process. In this article, we will illustrate how to use document scan features in an ASP.NET web application to save scanned files as PDFs to an SQL Server database. We’ll also cover retrieval of image files and…

How to access TWAIN scanners in C# .Net?

In the previous post, we have talked about how to call the TWAIN interface in .NET. Generally you can either code from scratch or use a third-party .NET wrapper class for TWAIN. In this post, we will focus on how to scan documents from TWAIN scanners in C# by using Dynamic .NET TWAIN, a TWAIN…

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