Develop Online Barcode PNG Converter

Barcode PNG conversion in .NET The Barcodes are quite popular as they provide the means of quick identification. Owing to this fact, they are used in retail stores as part of the purchase process, in warehouses to track inventory, and on invoices to assist in accounting. We may stumble upon a requirement to convert Barcode to PNG and this article, we are going to discuss the details on how generate barcodes in various encodings and perform Barcode PNG conversion using REST API.
October 11, 2020 · 3 min · Nayyer Shahbaz

Create Online Barcode Scanner using Java REST API

Learn steps on how to develop a Barcode scanner App using Java SDK. Similarly, implement QR scan capabilities in your Web, Mobile or Desktop Application. Scan barcode online | QR code scanner In this article, we are going to discuss the details of how to develop a Barcode scanner and a QR code scanner app using Java REST API. We understand that in today’s fast-paced economies, Barcodes are an essential and viable solution for vendors and merchants for storing product details.
September 15, 2020 · 4 min · Nayyer Shahbaz

Create and Manipulate BarCode using Java Cloud API

In this article, we are going to discuss the details on how to create Barcode using Java as well as recognizing the Barcode using the same Java API. We are already familiar that a barcode is an encoding tag or label that is placed on all merchandise that allows computers to track and ring up products much faster and more accurately. Similarly, they can easily be printed and added to items in a timely fashion so that your entire inventory is labeled and tracked immediately.
August 31, 2020 · 3 min · Nayyer Shahbaz

How to Create and Read Barcodes with C# .NET REST API

Barcodes are widely used around the world for the necessary data collection. A barcode is an encoded image used to represent data in a visual and machine-readable form. As a developer, you came across a number of scenarios, where you need to create and read barcodes in your application. In this article I will share a RESTful solution, Aspose.BarCode Cloud, for working with the barcode in your application. It eliminates the requirement to install and maintain a separate software to create and read barcodes.
October 24, 2019 · 3 min · Tilal Ahmad

Save BarCode in BMP, SVG, GIF and TIFF format using Aspose.BarCode for Cloud 18.3

[![][1] for a full set of changes to the APIs. New Features and Enhancements 1. Add support to save barcode in BMP The format parameter of [Generate Barcode][2] API now support BMP value. With following API you can save Barcode in BMP format: GET ~/barcode/generate?text=sample&type=QR&format=bmp 2. Add support to save barcode in SVG The format parameter of [Generate Barcode][3] API now support SVG value. With following API you can save Barcode in SVG format:
April 26, 2018 · 2 min · Muhammad Sohail

Support for CodablockF barcode and read barcode from request body using Aspose.BarCode for cloud 17.4

We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Barcode Cloud 17.4. This release includes a new feature of supporting base64 encoded images. It also includes enhancement of generating CodablockF barcode. Please check Release Notes for summarized information about all the changes in this release. New Features and Enhancements Support for CodablockF Barcode Using Generate API you can now generate CodeblockF barcode. Read Barcode from Request Body Using Recognize API you can now read barcode from request body.
May 26, 2017 · 1 min · Naeem Akram

Perl SDK for Integrating Microsoft and Primavera Project Document Using Powerful Aspose.Tasks Cloud APIs

Aspose.Tasks Cloud[![][1] [![][2] What’s new in the latest release This is a major release for Aspose.Tasks Cloud SDK for Perl. It covers all the [Aspose.Tasks Cloud APIs][3]. This SDK provides a complete solution for integrating Microsoft and Primavera Project Document in perl using powerful [Aspose.Tasks Cloud APIs][4], so you can manipulate project data including tasks, resources, task links, and assignments in the cloud seamlessly. Source Code Repository Complete source code of this release of Aspose.
May 30, 2016 · 3 min · Farooq Sheikh

New Perl SDK for Barcode Generation and Recognition Using Powerful Aspose.Barcode Cloud APIs

Aspose.BarCode for Cloud[![][1] Aspose.BarCode for Cloud’s platform independent document manipulation API is a true REST API that can be used with any language: .NET, Java, Perl, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, Node.js and many more. You can use it with any platform — web, desktop, mobile, and cloud. Aspose.BarCode for Cloud allows developers to quickly and easily add barcode generation and recognition functionality to their applications. Aspose.BarCode for Cloud is a complete solution for barcode generation and recognition.
May 26, 2016 · 3 min · Farooq Sheikh

Generate and Recognize Barcode in Ruby web apps using Aspose.BarCode Cloud SDK for Ruby

Aspose.Barcode Cloud Aspose.Barcode Cloud is a REST API for barcode generation and recognition. It helps you generate barcode images from scratch in linear (1D), two dimensional (2D), and postal formats. Generate barcode images in a variety of image formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF and many others. Recognize barcodes from different image types. Aspose.Barcode Cloud allows you to control all aspects of the image and barcode when generating barcode images. Specify image width, height, border style, output image format and more.
March 7, 2016 · 2 min · Muhammad Sohail

Generate and Recognize Barcode using new Aspose.BarCode Cloud SDK for .NET

[![aspose barcode for cloud New Release of Aspose.Barcode Cloud SDK for Python – A Complete Solution For Barcode Generation and Recognition in Python Using Powerful Aspose.Barcode Cloud APIs][1] Aspose.BarCode Cloud for .NET allows quick and easy generation and recognition of barcodes in .NET based application. It helps us to generate barcode images from scratch in linear (1D), two dimensional (2D), and postal formats. Generate barcode images in a variety of image formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF and many others.
February 29, 2016 · 2 min · Imran Anwar