Dynamsoft Barcode Reader v7.2 Adds Support for DataBar

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Dynamsoft Barcode Reader v7.2 release date: Sep 24th In version 7.2, Dynamsoft Barcode Reader added support for several new symbologies: DataBar, Patch Code, Micro QR Code and Micro PDF417. In this article, we provide a brief introduction to DataBar and all its variations. DataBar is a family of linear symbologies used within the GS1 system. There…

Dynamsoft Barcode Reader v7.0 JavaScript Edition is Released!

NEW Added the capability to enable/disable the torch/flashlight of a mobile device (when available, only Chrome on Android). Added APIs for finer video control. These APIs are getAllCameras, getCurrentCamera, setCurrentCamera, getResolution, setResolution. IMPROVED Updated algorithm to 7.0. Updated default runtimeSettings for BarcodeScanner. Improved 1D barcode decoding accuracy by comparing results from multiple frames. Improved the…

Newly Enhanced Dynamsoft Barcode Reader 7.0 Offers more Customization and Flexibility

With the release of Dynamsoft Barcode Reader DBR 7.0, we are excited to introduce a number of features and enhancements that take Dynamsoft Barcode Reader to another level. In this post, we discuss these new features, how they work, and what they mean for you. More Modes, More Flexibility A common, and frankly reasonable, concern…

Fast Mobile Barcode Scanner SDK

Mobile devices have undoubtedly become indispensable parts of our lives, but more and more they are assets used to perform daily job functions. Across many industries such as healthcare and postal services, workers rely on their phones and tablets to scan barcodes, track inventory, store and lookup records in databases, communicate with dispatchers, and so…

How to Read Damaged Barcodes

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Improving accuracy and decoding rate remains a top priority for developers working with barcode reading SDKs. While configuration tweaks and improvements in the algorithm can result in drastic improvements, end users can also play a significant role by improving the image resolution at the time the image is taken, ensuring adequate quiet zone, and avoiding…

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