We’re pleased to announce the release of version 8 of our SDK for mobile platforms. The new version includes support for iOS 9, direct reading from RGB and YUV bitmaps and example projects for Android Studio.
Softek Barcode Reader Toolkit for Linux Version 8.1.1 has been released, now with OSX support and builds for a greater range of Linux distributions. We will be notifying customers of this release over the next few weeks but please feel free to contact email@example.com should you wish to get a license key for the new
We’ve just released version 8.1.2 of our Softek Barcode Reader Toolkit for Windows. The main change in this version is the use of .Net 4 in both SoftekBarcodeNet.dll and SoftekBarcodeLib.dll but here is a full list: SoftekBarcodeNet.dll, SoftekBarcodeLib.dll and SoftekBarcode64Lib.dll are now built against the .Net framework 4.0. New property called DataMatrixFinderGapTolerance to control the
UPDATE: The Beta test download is no longer available and the full release is now available from our download page below: http://www.bardecode.com/en1/quick-download/ We are often asked about a Windows Service version of BardecodeFiler, and so we are very pleased to announce that “BardecodeFiler with Windows Service” is now available as a Beta test
More Tips and tricks with BardecodeFiler… Splitting a PDF into separate pages named after the last bar code value This is a guide to splitting a PDF document into separate pages, renamed according to the last bar code value found using BardecodeFiler. You can download BardecodeFiler from here. Step 1: Start BardecodeFiler and click on
Version 22.214.171.124 of the Softek Barcode Reader Toolkit for Windows has been released. This version addresses an issue with handling UTF-8 encoded data in a PDF-417 or DataMatrix bar code. The problem… Say you have a PDF417 bar code that encodes the characters: キヤノン電子 ….in UTF-8 format with the following bytes of hex data: E3
Softek Barcode Reader Toolkit for Windows Version 126.96.36.199 has been released with the following fixes: 1. Fixed handle leak on multi-processor systems. 2. Modified Code 39 parameters to handle larger differences between the sizes of spaces and bars.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
The following code as been kindly contributed by a developer to show how to use the SoftekBarcode DLL interface with Python: Python 2.7: import ctypes from ctypes import * import os # Set up the path to SoftekBarcode.dll softek = r’C:\\Your\\Path\\To\\softek_barcode_sdk\\x86′ os.environ[‘PATH’] = ‘;’.join([softek, os.environ[‘PATH’]]) softekDLL = ctypes.OleDLL(os.path.join(softek, ‘SoftekBarcode.dll’)) # Create Barcode Instance and Set