Dynamsoft's Barcode Reader SDK now Supports PHP Applications
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Dynamsoft’s Barcode Reader software development kit (SDK) has been updated to include support for the Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) language so PHP developers can enable barcode reading from images and PDFs in their applications. The new functionality adds to the solutions ongoing support for .NET web applications and desktop application languages.
The updated Barcode Reader 4.1 SDK has built-in support for a variety of the most common 1D and 2D barcode symbols. There are nearly 20 different barcode symbols supported including a recent update adding support for DATAMATRIX and PDF417 barcode standards.
Other recent updates include support for a variety of barcode symbology and support for reading barcodes from GIF, BMP, JPEG, PNG and TIFF images. The Barcode Reader SDK can be used as a standalone solution and can also be used as an add-on to Dynamsoft’s Dynamic Web TWAIN or Dynamic .NET TWAIN SDKs. These SDKs allow full-featured TWAIN scanning and webcam image capture in a web or desktop application, respectively. In addition to PHP, Dynamsoft’s Barcode Reader 4.1 SDK provides .NET, ActiveX / COM, C, and C++ application programming interfaces (API).
Dynamsoft’s Barcode Reader SDK allows application developers to almost instantly embed barcode decoding functionality into their web or desktop applications. It will be available for purchase and download from the Dynamsoft website starting January 21, 2016. Purchasing provides a developer license for a desktop application (Windows and Mac editions are available.) and a deployment license for a web application.
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