Linux, Solaris and OSX developers in Perl can now use the SoftekBarcode module to interface directly with the toolkit.
Strong sales of the barcode reading sdk in 2006 have put Softek Software in the ComponentSource list of Top 25 best selling publishers.
The Softek.Barcode Class allows you to read barcodes from images in Java applications. The Add-On includes jni libraries for windows, linux and osx.
The Softek Barcode Reader Toolkit now reads normal and 2-Dimensional barcodes from images and bitmaps. The toolkit currently supports PDF-417 and Compact PDF-417 barcode formats.
A fix is now available for the LoaderLock error experienced by Visual Studio 2005 users when working with the SoftekBarcodeLib class library. Registered users should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an updated component and evaluating users can download the latest 30 day evaluation from the download page. Because the new version of the class library will not work in
The latest version of the toolkit is now available for Solaris 10 on the Intel platform. An evaluation version is now available from our download page.
It’s now easier to evaluate the Barcode Reader Toolkit. The evaluation download will provide complete functionality for 30 days from installation. No more nag screens!
Version 6.2.0 of the Barcode Reader Toolkit is now available. Highlights in this version are improved performance and regular expression matching. There have also been improvements in accuracy for Code 25, Code 128 and Code 39 barcodes. Code 39 Recognition. Further enhancements have been made to Code 39 recognition: If the Code39Checksum property is set to True then the toolkit
A new feature in Version 6.2.0 is Regular Expression matching, but what does it mean and what use is it? A regular expression is a pattern that can be used to match against a barcode string. For example, if you set the Pattern property to “^ABC[0-9]+XYZ$” then the toolkit will only report barcodes that start
The Linux variant of the Barcode Reader Toolkit Version 6.1.1 has now been released.