Capture Images from Scanner and Webcam in JavaScript

  It’s a common requirement for document/records management applications to capture images from both web cameras and scanners via web browsers. For instance, an electronic medical record application will have a patient’s photograph taken at the check-in desk, then stored with the patient’s scanned medical documents in the database. You can easily implement web-based document…

How to Use Webcam as Barcode Reader in C#

Use webcam as bar code scanner in C# Barcode is undoubtedly a welcomed way to record and track data. It can represent data including pricing, inventory, user info and a variety of others. Because of this, barcode reading became one of the essential features for an image processing application, for instance, reading the enrollment info…

Dynamic Web TWAIN vs. ImageCapture Suite

Background Both Dynamic Web TWAIN and ImageCapture Suite are web-based image capture SDKs from Dynamsoft. Dynamic Web TWAIN was first released in 2003. Since then it has been chosen by thousands of customers including Lockheed Martin, HP, IBM, Shell, etc. Based on the TWAIN specification, Dynamic Web TWAIN is mostly used with scanners. In the past…

How to Implement a Webcam Application in VB.NET

Dynamic .NET TWAIN is an .NET library supporting DirectShow Webcam and TWAIN compatible scanner programming. With the .NET webcam capture component, you can easily and quickly build a WinForms or WPF application with webcam image capture in Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET) or C#. Try the SDK for Free This article will illustrate how to make a webcam…

How to Read Barcode in WPF with VB.NET

We’re proud to reveal that Dynamsoft’s Dynamic .NET TWAIN 5.0 is on its way to release soon. In addition to WinForms support, the new version will include a WPF control. You can use it in your WPF app to capture images from TWAIN scanners, to edit and save images to local disks, to a server or a…

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