How to Recognize US Driver’s License on Android Mobile Apps

According to the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) specification, PDF417 symbology is used for storing personal information on US driver’s license. In this article, I will use Google mobile vision APIs to recognize a driver’s license.  Besides, I will create a similar Android barcode reader app to extract information from PDF417 symbology by Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK.

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How to Build and Publish Snap Packages with Linux Shared Libraries

When you want to release a proprietary tool or SDK, which is not open source, to Linux platforms, it is a nightmare. You have to make multiple packages and do more tests to guarantee compatibility for different Linux distributions. Is it possible to only create one pre-built package? We can use Snap, which is a software deployment and package management system, working across a range of Linux distributions.

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How to Build .NET Webcam Barcode Scanner with DirectShow

In Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK, there is a fancy webcam barcode sample called BarcodeReaderDemo that supports reading barcodes from disk files, TWAIN-compatible hardware scanners, and USB webcams. However, one thing you have to know is the functionality of acquiring images from peripheral devices relies on Dynamic .NET TWAIN, which is also charged. Fortunately, the image viewer library and image codecs library are free to use. In this article, I will share how to remove the scanner module from the project and use DirectShow for webcam control.

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How to Use Dynamsoft Java Barcode Reader to Scan Multiple Barcodes

There are many open-source and commercial barcode SDKs, but only a few of them can recognize multiple barcodes by scanning once. When you search Google for barcode SDK or Java barcode SDK, you will find Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK is always ranked in the top 5 of the search results. In this article, I will share how to read muti-barcodes by using Dynamsoft Java barcode reader.

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