The Aspose team (https://blog.aspose.com) announced this week that the company will soon release a new barcode generation, recognition and processing tool for Android via Java. Aspose.BarCode will allow software developers to quickly and easily add barcode generation, and recognition functionality to their Java applications.
Aspose is a leading vendor of .NET, Java, C++, Cloud and Android APIs, SharePoint and rendering extensions for Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services and JasperReports with over 17,500 customers in 114 countries.
Aspose’s core focus is to offer the most complete and powerful set of file management APIs on the market.
Aspose.BarCode is a wide product family which is now growing to include the new extensions and offers its valuable customers and Android application developers new opportunities and functionalities for their products. The Aspose team has used all its experience in processing barcodes to create and prepare Aspose.BarCode and is excited to share the news about its upcoming launch. In the launching version, API uses andoid.graphics instead of java.awt classes.
The new barcode recognition and processing tool will enable Android developers to develop applications capable of functionality offered by API, such as:
- support a large number of barcode types is present such as Code 93 Standard, EAN13, QR, PDF417, DataMatrix, Postnet, etc;
- control the size of a barcode;
- control the appearance of text on a barcode;
- generate barcode image in PNG & JPG formats;
- future versions of the API will support more formats such as WebP, GIF, BMP, etc.
Such automation features like barcode scan mode and auto action open wide opportunities for enterprise integration. Users can improve managing inventory levels and the tracking of item movements by using such application with scanning capabilities.
The barcode scan spans across a wide range of industries including retail, shipping, warehouse inventory tracking and marketing. Along with providing information for barcode text and type, it also offers some more handy features related to barcode image viewing.
Technology companies and firms design and develop such apps with the goal to make inventory data entry, search, and visualization possible from any location and at any time using smartphones and tablets. A staff working with products in the field of employees who have the occasional need to scan a barcode or even do hundreds of scans a day can significantly improve their productivity and efficiency in implementing such processes of validating an object in real time.
Interested parties can find more information about the launch of Aspose.BarCode for Android via Java and get the latest news about the planned API releases by following the company blog (https://blog.aspose.com/).