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Node.js Barcode and QR Code Reader for Desktop and Web
How to Build .NET 6 Barcode and QR Code SDK for Windows, Linux & macOS
How to Create a Cross-platform MRZ Scanner App Using Flutter and Dynamsoft Label Recognizer
QR Code Reading Benchmark and Comparison
What are the Best Data Matrix Reading SDKs?
Dec 04, 2017 Miscellaneous
Last week, I built a Debian package for Dynamsoft Barcode Reader. Installing .deb file is apparently more efficient than using the .tar file on Linux OS based on Debian. Despite this, I believe most of Linux developers will give priority to the command-line package tool apt-get, unless the software repository...
Nov 20, 2017 Miscellaneous
Nov 13, 2017 Miscellaneous
Last week, I shared how to create a CMake project for Windows. Since CMake is a cross-platform software building tool, I am going to make my C/C++ project support Linux and macOS. What You Should Know How to Make C/C++ Code Compatible with Multiple Platforms I used the predefined macros to...
Nov 06, 2017 Miscellaneous
If you have a program designed for multiple platforms, you definitely don’t want to waste time configuring and maintaining the building environment. I was thinking how to compile my C/C++ code for Windows, Linux and macOS more conveniently, and after that, I decided to learn CMake. CMake is an open-source,...
Oct 30, 2017 Miscellaneous
Document Scanning is nothing new for mobile apps. I remember the first time that I installed a document scanning app was in 2010. However, Apple, Microsoft, and Google the giant tech companies got started to recognize the importance of document scanning technology recently. It is good to see the function...
Oct 23, 2017 Barcode
When porting code from Python 2 to Python 3, it is not as easy as you imagined no matter whether the primary programming language is Python or C/C++. Re-compiling the Dynamsoft Barcode extension for Python 3 is a challenge because I only found a few of documentation and resources online....
Sep 25, 2017 Miscellaneous
For the past week, I was looking for a live streaming solution to broadcast video from a USB webcam that connects to Raspberry Pi. This post will help you set up a live streaming server on Raspberry Pi step by step. Installing FFmpeg on Raspberry Pi My first try was to...
Sep 04, 2017 Miscellaneous
Many excellent document mobile apps support not only image capture, but also edge detection and perspective transformation. If you are interested in these computer vision technologies, you can use OpenCV to create a free document scanner app yourself. In this post, I want to share how to use OpenCV-Python to...
Aug 28, 2017 Miscellaneous
Recently, I was inspired by a blog post “Python Live Video Streaming Example” and thinking whether it is possible to save the camera streaming to a video file. Based on the example code, I managed to figure out a solution. In this post, I want to share the process of...
Aug 21, 2017 Miscellaneous
Using OpenCV APIs to capture video from a camera is convenient. However, OpenCV does not provide an API for listing all available devices. If you have multiple cameras connected to your PC, you have no idea how to choose the right one. To get device information on Windows, you need...