Our latest white paper contains a wealth of information on selecting the right barcode for your application. There are an abundance of barcode types and sub-types, so choosing correctly from the outset can have a profound impact on your application’s entire development life cycle. Common problems could be using a barcode that doesn’t hold enough information, is too rigid for evolutions in your application, takes up too much physical space, fails to read when damaged, and so on.
After an introduction into different types of barcodes and their uses, this white paper then helps navigate implementing them into your application. Not all barcode SDKs are created equal, and we dive into the many advantages — both for the developer and eventual end-user — of trusting LEADTOOLS in your application. We hope you enjoy the read!
Choosing the Right Barcode for Your Application
For many of us, a day hardly goes by without seeing a barcode. For software developers, this creates immense opportunities to create software that handles both the encoding and decoding of barcodes. How does a developer or project manager get started on their path to success? When you boil it down, there are two primary questions you should ask: Which barcodes should I use? How will I use them? This white paper will help clear the muddied waters surrounding both of these questions by detailing several of the most popular barcodes and how programmers can use the award winning imaging SDK technology in LEADTOOLS to quickly and easily develop their application.
You can also check out this white paper on CodeProject, where we have circulated it along with the rest of our white papers.