The structure chart of Dynamic Web TWAIN
Dynamic Web TWAIN will work with not only cross browsers, but also cross platforms, so that users get more flexibility.
As you might have noticed, Chrome and Firefox are slowly eating away at IE’s market share. Also, with the 64-bit Windows gaining popularity, 64-bit browsers are getting more fans. Dynamic Web TWAIN followed the trend and incorporated the following features:
ActiveX Edition: It now supports 64-bit TWAIN device drivers and IE x64. Plugin Edition: On top of Firefox, it works with Chrome, Opera, and Safari.
Furthermore, in response to our customers’ feedback, Dynamic Web TWAIN is about to support browsers on Mac with Mac Edition, which is scheduled to make its debut on November 15, 2011.
Test the features, including support for Mac, with our online demo!