J4L-RBarCode for Delphi 1.2
( View screenshot )
|Delphi components that create 1D and 2D barcodes. It supports: EAN, Datamatrix, Aztec, QRcode , regular, Macro and Micro PDF 417, Maxicode, UPC, Code39, Code128, GS1 Databar, RSS and more. The component is available in source code form.|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Unix|
click for full size
More author software:
- J4L FO Designer 1.6.3 XSL-FO Designer for Apache FOP. Java graphical design of template for converting XML to PDF. It can also create PDF interactive forms. It can be used for Oracle APEX (Application express),Oracle BPEL , Apache cocoon, SAP PI, Java and others.
- J4L OCR tools 1.0 Java OCR components. The toolkit includes a Java wrapper for the Tesseact OCR engine and a document parser to extract information from images.
|Show all author software|
Delphi components that create 1D and 2D barcodes. It supports: EAN, Datamatrix, Aztec, QRcode , regular, Macro and Micro PDF 417, Maxicode, UPC, Code39, Code128, GS1 Databar, RSS and more. The component is available in source code form, it can be compiled with D4 or later.
delphi, barcode, barcoding, barcodes, datamatrix, pdf417, aztec, maxicode, qrcode, qr code, data matrix, GS1, EAN128, code128, UPC, RSS, GS1
| Freeware alternatives J4L-RBarCode for Delphi 1.2|
| Free Download J4L-RBarCode for Delphi 1.2 from java4less.com|
Similar software shotlights:
- J4L-BarCode, Java edition 2.1.1 Java component that support all major 1D and 2D barcode types. It can be used as applet, in JSP, servlet, Webservice, in mobile devices (J2ME and Android), Jasper reports, PDF
|Find all software similar on J4L-RBarCode for Delphi 1.2|
- Delphi, XM Unveil Handheld Satellite Radio Receiver XM Satellite Radio and radio manufacturer Delphi yesterday introduced the Delphi XM MyFi, a portable, handheld satellite radio receiver the companies hope will lure more consumers to a medium currently limited to car and home units.
- Warner Bros. acquires Matrix Online developer The Matrix Online developer Monolith Productions is to become part of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment after Warner Bros. exercised its option to buy the company. Terms of the deal, which will close on October 1st, were not disclosed.
|Find all news similar on J4L-RBarCode for Delphi 1.2|