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Basil if you are looking for commercial iOS libraries for barcode recognition you can take a look at LEADTOOLS Barcode SDK. LEADTOOLS has native iOS frameworks for both Objective-C and Swift. You can take a look at this app store demo here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/leadtools-barcode-scanner/id601172795?mt=8 You can reference my answer on this ...


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Disclaimer : I work for Datalogics and we are an Adobe partner Like some of the questions in the comments on the initial question, the solution you pick is going to be dependent on what the users of the PDF are going to be doing with it and what its overall purpose is. Things to consider would be Why does the user need a PDF? Can PDF be used to just ...


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I used the ZXing C# port with great success in my last project. ZXing Codeplex page One issue I found though was that when decoding the barcodes if the picture was too large it would not find the barcode. This might not be an issue for you if you are just using the generation part of the library. I used this function to shrink the picture if it was too ...


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I had a few problems with the install, and getting the script to run so I thought I'd post what I did differently that worked for me and why. scanner: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0159HAN96/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Python installer to download: http://www.activestate.com/activepython/downloads pyHook installer required. Found here: ...


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Since there is still no answer to this question I will post my workaround to the problem. Steps: Install Python 2.7 and check the Add python.exe to Path checkbox when installing (Yes. I know this is overkill on the first step.) Go to the command prompt and type in pip install pyHook (case sensitive). It should say something like "Successfully installed ...


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I would suggest installing python, then adding pyBarcode with pip install pyBarcode Python comes with a wide range of database interface libraries, either in the standard library or as free plug in components, including ODBC You can currently pick barcode formats from: code39 code128 ean ean13 ean8 gs1 gtin isbn isbn10 isbn13 issn jan pzn upc upca Output ...


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ZBar is a Cross Platform FOSS library with Python bindings as well as Perl & Ruby since it can take any image, (or a video stream), as an input it should be quite simple to write a little code that can grab the current screen/window and look for barcodes within the resulting image. Various barcodes including QR are supported. The download includes some ...


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If you are looking for a commercial SDK to read your PDF417 barcodes on Linux, you may want to consider trying the LEADTOOLS Barcode SDK for Linux. The SDK ships with command line barcode demos in both C and Java which contain the source code that you can reference for how all this is done. The LEADTOOLS SDK can take in any of the 150+ supported image ...


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Spreadsheet Not open source, but you might have this already. How about just scanning everything into a spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel? I'm only half kidding. We used this approach for a one time inventory cut-over. You can set most of the handheld USB barcode scanners to add an Enter after each scan (go to the next cell in spreadsheet). Then you ...


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The company I work for has the LEADTOOLS Barcode Pro Developer Toolkit, which supports over 100 different 1D and 2D barcode types and sub-types. Pricing starts at $1,295 for a one-programmer license, and you can get detailed cost information by contacting sales@leadtools.com with your actual requirements and deployment needs. You can try the free ...


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I understand you are trying to create a single UX that would allow for several different barcode symbiologies. I would recommend taking a look at the LEADTOOLS SDK which is a paid for library which provides support for both reading and writing the 1D and 2D barcode symbologies you mentioned above. As a disclaimer I do work for this vender, however I would ...


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If you are open to developing a solution to this yourself, you can check out commercial SDKs that offer barcode and PDF support for custom components such as yours such as the LEADTOOLS PDF SDK and LEADTOOLS Barcode SDK. You can use this toolkit and leverage the PDF read and write support to create the file. The barcode SDK has support for a number of 1D and ...


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I have spent some hours under this issue and via lots of testing I found that when you put a white border around the aztec code image, then it works quite well and fast :-) I use it in my app: //for the barcode bitmap (string) scanning: implementation 'com.google.zxing:core:3.3.3' //FOR THE CAMERA SCANNING: implementation 'com.journeyapps:zxing-android-...


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Adam if you are looking at commercial libraries for Barcode recognition on Android you can try LEADTOOLS Barcode SDK.The LEADTOOLS SDK has support for a variety or Barcode Symbologies including Aztec. There is a demo application on the Play store that you can test as well. LEADTOOLS Barcode scanner application This demo is developed with the LEADTOOLS ...


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I think I found exactly what you're looking for, Advanced Custom QR Code Generator. It costs $35 but allows you to, Customize colors Add shapes at corners of the QR code Embed a logo at the center Works with PHP Advanced Custom QR Code Generator ($35) This is the most advanced custom QR code generator script which lets your user change QR code from shapes ...


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The current AVFoundation support PDF417 metadata. Too late to answer but if this is still required, AVFoundation solves the issue. Just add the following code to the scanning session: let metadataOutput = AVCaptureMetadataOutput() metadataOutput.setMetadataObjectsDelegate(self, queue: DispatchQueue.main) metadataOutput.metadataObjectTypes = [.pdf417] ...


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Try RMScannerView: Simple barcode scanner UIView subclass for iOS apps. Quickly and efficiently scans a large variety of barcodes using the iOS device's built in camera. It is the only free project I've found that supports also PDF417 barcodes: Scan Aztec, Code 128, Code 39, Code 39 Mod 43, Code 93, EAN13, EAN8, PDF417, QR, and UPCE codes. I tried it ...


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Softmatic BarcodeFactory seems to provide everything that you need and much more PDF417, Aztec, QR Code, Datamatrix Code 128 ABC w/ auto-discrimination and GS1/UCC/EAN Generate barcode from spreadsheets (Excel / Numbers) As for printing, it should work as long as your printer has a driver for OS X. LabelWriter 450 drivers PT-9500PC drivers LaserJet 3015 ...


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I don't think this will be any help on iOS, but for Android, the ZXing Barcode Scanner is very easy to integrate into other apps. It's one of the few barcode apps that can be launched with an Intent and return data to the caller. (Or at least, one of the few for which this ability is documented.) It reads traditional 2D barcodes as well as QR codes.


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Does it have to be a smartphone app? Most bar code scanners (like this one - note: not an endorsement, I just googled it) can act as a keyboard and output whatever they scan as a set of key presses. Pros: you could write an app using PHP & MySQL to handle the input from the scanner - I did something similar for a production process at work Cons: extra ...


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We've used barcodelibrary and were happy with the results. You can find the source on google and a nice article on codeproject. It has numerous outputs and will optionally put text below the barcode in a number of formats and positions.


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