Please note that the contact telephone number for Softek Software is now: +44 845 056 8856 (0845 056 8856 from within the UK).
We’re pleased to announce the release of version 8 of the bar code reader SDK. Ability to fully utilize the power of multi-core/multi-processor systems by parallel processing separate pages of documents. New image extraction and render engine for the PDF extension with native 64-bit support. Better control over the scanning process with new functions to
A 64-bit version of the iOS SDK has been released. From February 2015 Apple will not accept applications without native 64-bit support so it is important for iOS developers who are using our SDK to upgrade to the latest version as soon as possible. If you require a new license key then please contact email@example.com
The following code as been kindly contributed by a developer to show how to use the SoftekBarcode DLL interface with Python: Python 3.7: import ctypes from ctypes import * import os # Load the dll softekDLL = ctypes.OleDLL(“C:\\tmp\\SoftekBarcodedll.dll”) # Create Barcode Instance and Set License Key barCode1 = softekDLL.mtCreateBarcodeInstance() # Set the license key softekDLL.mtSetLicenseKey(barCode1,
The Linux version of our SDK now supports the Centos 6 and Ubuntu 12.10 distributions with a ready made builds.
The ScanBarCodeFromBitmap function allows you to read bar codes from memory bitmaps rather than image files held on disk. The function takes a handle to a bitmap as the parameter rather than the path to a file containing the image. It is normally referred to as an HBITMAP by programmers. You can create a bitmap
Some of the Cormorants recently stayed at the fantastic Velo Jaune B&B in Bourg d’Oisans, France and tackled some of the classic climbs in the Alps including Alpe d’Huez and the Croix de Fer. Alan and Lynne provided the perfect base to go out and tackle the mountains and provided both great food and comfortable
This article discusses how to use BardecodeFiler to collate pages containing the same bar code value from various PDF documents. For example, say you receive orders from customers and each order form contains a bar code that identified the customer with a unique code. You scan the order forms in random batches as they are
We are delighted to see that Softek Software’s CRT smart cycling kit has been used in a review of the Scott Addict 10 in the July issue of Cycling Plus…
If you try to install the Softek Barcode Reader Toolkit on a default installation of Ubuntu 12.10 then you may see the following message when you run ./configure.sh: Sorry – no build of bardecoder will work on this version of linux Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further advice This is because Ubuntu 12.10 uses libtiff5 rather