New Article on CodeProject: Reading Barcodes from an Image in a Web App

Jun 06, 2013

Because of its accuracy and its ease of use, Barcodes have become more and more popular as a part of daily document management workflow. You can use barcodes to identify documents, separate batch scanning, or even get reliable metadata as a document identifier.

This article will show you how to decode barcodes from an image captured or scanned in a web application with the help of ImageCapture Suite.

Dynamsoft’s Image Capture Suite is an online image acquisition and processing toolkit designed for web applications. It allows you to capture images from scanners, webcams and other TWAIN/UVC/WIA compatible devices from all mainstream browsers - Internet Explorer (32-bit/64-bit), Firefox, Chrome and Safari - on Windows and Mac. The toolkit also comes with a Barcode Reader SDK which allows you to decode both 1D and 2D barcode symbols online.

If you are interested in the SDK, the 30-day Free Trial can be downloaded from Dynamsoft website.

Read more: Reading Barcodes from an Image in a Web App

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