Aspose.BarCode for Java
Aspose.BarCode for Java is a robust and reliable barcode generation and recognition component, written in Java, it allows developers to quickly and easily add barcode generation and recognition functionality to their Java applications.
Aspose.BarCode for Java supports the Java SE, Java EE and Java ME platforms.
We are pleased to announce “Aspose.Barcode Java for Ruby”, a new gem for Ruby developers. Project is aimed to provide useful examples for Ruby developers who want to utilize “Aspose.BarCode for Java” in their Ruby applications using Rjb – Ruby Java Bridge gem to deal with Barcode images.
Download, Installation and Usage
Please check the links below to find instructions on downloading, installing and using Aspose.Barcode Java for Ruby gem.
- Installation and Usage
- Aspose.Barcode Java for Ruby Gem
You can downloaded latest version from:
Quick Start Tutorial
Include the required files for working with the “recognizebarcode” example.
require File.dirname(File.dirname(File.dirname(__FILE__))) + '/lib/asposebarcodejava' include Asposebarcodejava include Asposebarcodejava::RecognizeBarcode initialize_aspose_barcode
Aspose.Barcode Java for Ruby Examples
This initial version of the gem provides the following examples:
Working With Barcode
- Specify Symbologies for Barcodes
- Set Code Text for Barcode
- Control the Appearance of Code Text
- Manage the Barcode Caption
- Set Height of the Bars in the Barcode Image
- Manage X-Dimension and Y-Dimension
- Use Checksum and Supplement Data for Barcodes
- Wide Narrow Ratio
- Generate AustraliaPost Barcode with Different Format Control Code Options
- Set Start and Stop Symbols of Codabar Barcode
- How to Generate a Patch Code
Working With Barcode Image
- Working with Image Borders
- Colorize any Part of the Barcode Image
- Rotate Barcode Image
- Control Barcode Image Quality
- Set Barcode Image Margins
- Generate Barcode with Empty Bars
- Customize Barcode Image Resolution
- Set Size Unit for the Barcode Image
- Generate Barcode by Specifying Custom Image Size
- Save Barcode Image to Streams
- Printing a BarCode Image
Working With 2D Barcodes
- Creating Two Dimensional (2D) Barcodes
- Creating a Pdf417 Barcode
- Creating a DataMatrix Barcode
- Creating a QR Barcode
- Creating an Aztec Barcode
- Hiding Code Text that is too Long to Display
- Set Aspect Ratio of Barcodes
- Generate Multiple MacroPdf417 Barcodes for Large or Multiple Code Text Values
Working With Barcode Recognition
- Introducing Barcode Recognition
- Recognizing Specific Barcode Symbology
- Recognizing Multiple Symbologies in Single Image
- Barcode Orientation
- Better and Faster Image Processing for Barcode Recognition
- Getting Barcode Region Information from the Image
- Marking Barcode Regions in an Image
- Read Barcode from Specific Region of Image
- Get BarCode Recognition Quality in Percent
- Get all Possible 1D Barcodes from an Image
- Switch Barcode Recognition Modes According to the Requirement
Aspose.Barcode Java for Ruby Documentation
Aspose.Barcode Java for Ruby Documentation is available to guide developers to get familiar with the specific resources and operations within the Aspose.Barcode Java for Ruby.
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