Supported systems and browsers
Dynamic Web TWAIN is designed to be cross-platform, thus, it works in all major browsers across all major operating systems, including Windows, macOS, Linux and mobile.
Besides the mainstream systems, here are some additional notes on WASM browsers, ActiveX browsers and more:
WASM browsers refer to the browsers with the following advanced features.
ActiveX browsers refers to Internet Explorer 9 ~ 11. They are not included in the above lists. By default, IE 10 ~ 11 runs in HTML5 mode. Setting the global API
Dynamsoft.DWT.IfUseActiveXForIE10Plus to true can turn ActiveX mode on in IE 10 ~ 11.
Please refer to Dynamic Web TWAIN & ActiveX for more information.
Other operating systems
There could be some other systems which are also supported but not listed above. Dynamsoft doesn’t recommend the use of such systems as they are not officially tested. If you need to use Dynamic Web TWAIN on a system not mentioned above, please first contact Dynamsoft Support to get more information.
There are many different browsers on the market which may not have been listed above. However, these browsers most likely use the same browser engines that one of the listed browsers use. For example, on desktop Opera uses
Blink just like Chrome. These browsers probably work too. If you plan to use any of the browsers that are not listed above, you should
Make sure it works by testing our demo page
Do thorough tests before going into production
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