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Adding Bar Code To Web Pages

Looking to add barcode features to your web page? These programs allow you to add bar code to your web pages so your visitors can print the page with a readable barcode.

If your company has a shareware or demo version of programs to add barcode to web pages and would like to be listed on this page, send an email to BarCode-1. Please include a brief description of the product and a link.

Java Barcode Programs for Web Pages

  • The Java bean, applet and servlet packages Easily add barcodes to web and Java applications. The servlets and applets require no programming; the servlets may be embedded in HTML with the standard IMG tag. The Java Barcode Packages support Code 39, Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, Codabar, UPC, EAN, MSI, Code 11, Code 93, POSTNET, PLANET and 2D symbologies including PDF417, DataMatrix and MaxiCode. You may view the operation of the their Linear Barcode Applet online or download the evaluation version in a ZIP file which contains the JavaBean, Applet, Servlet, Class Library, a user manual and source code for the applet and servlet. From IDAutomation.com, Inc.

  • BarCode/JSP from Bokai Corporation is a lightweight Java server component that generates barcode images dynamically on a web server in JPEG and PNG formats, with a servlet or a JSP page. Common use of the product requires no programming or scripting; you can embed dynamic barcode images in any HTML files with the standard <IMG> tag. 25 symbologies/variants are supported. A wide array of features are available including: rotation, font, colors, text positions, saving image optionally to file, etc.

  • Java barcode is a bunch of Java classes that implements the full set of bar code on the market. There are Java classes for Code 39, and Extended Code 39. Other are in development.

  • RBarcode adds barcodes to your Java [TM] application or web site. RBarcode contains an applet and a java class (also Bean) so that you can use it in you web site or you application. The class is an extension of java.awt.Canvas so you can put it in any java container. From java4less.

PHP Barcode Classes for Web Pages

  • class.barcodeClass.zip is a PHP class for displaying barcode through a server that is PHP-enabled. According to the author it works just like this:

      $code128 = new code128();
      Print $code128->produceHTML("MyBarCode128");

    For more information, contact Dan Billeci.

  • A modified version of the PHP class above includes: index.php, a wrapper allowing for direct user interaction. bar128.php contains the function: bar128(text, [,height]). The advantages over the original version include:

    One liner barcodes: echo bar128("My Bar Code");
    Does NOT require the user to provide images
    Smaller: 2506 bytes vs 6664 bytes in original
    loads faster: Fits in one 4k allocation unit instead of 2.
    And no image requests easier to read code with comments.

    For more information, contact Andy Jackson.

  • PHP-Barcode by Folke Ashberg is an open source PHP program that uses GNU-barcode for generating barcode images for web pages. He has the Source code and a compiled version for Windows at his site. It can encode EAN-8, EAN-12, EAN-13, UPC, ISBN, Code39, Code128, Code128B, Code128B, RAWCode128, Interleaved25, CBR, MSI, PLS and Code93. Finally, it has a built-in DECODER for EAN barcode. It takes an uploaded image of the barcode and decodes it! (local copies of the UNIX source, Compiled Windows binary, and Windows source)

Perl Modules

Other Barcode Web Page Tools

  • Barcode Mill from Altek Instruments allows you to issue unique, identifiable documents from your own web site, dynamically and in real time! This service can produce Code 39, Code 128, UPC A, UPC E, EAN 13/JAN 13, EAN 8/JAN 8, Interleaved 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, Codabar, Plessey (UK), and Code 11.

  • BarCode/ASP from Bokai Corporation is a lightweight COM server component that generates barcode images dynamically on a web server in JPEG and PNG formats. Common use of the product requires no programming or scripting; you can embed dynamic barcode images in any HTML files with the standard <IMG> tag. 25 symbologies/variants are supported. A wide array of features are available including: rotation, font, colors, text positions, saving image optionally to file, etc.

  • The ASP Barcode Server Component for IIS is a server side component used to add barcodes to web pages hosted on Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) through Active Server Pages (ASP). This implementation is compatible with all browsers and is easy to embed in HTML as an image with the <IMG> tag. Download a free DEMO at ID Automation.

  • The ID Automation ASP.NET Barcode Web Control easily adds barcodes to ASP.NET web applications with its 100% managed code web control. Barcodes dynamically appear in the web browser as high quality JPEG images. Supports several linear and 2D barcode symbologies.

  • IDAutomation Barcode WebService integrates dynamic barcodes into applications that support Web Services.

  • e-BARZ - lets you print bar codes on any documents from a web site - invoices, pick slips, coupons, tickets, etc. For more information access www.unibar.com.

  • e-BARCODE 2000 - label printing software for UNIX, Linux, NT/2000/XP web applications lets you print bar codes and labels anywhere, any time, and updated instantly as needed from the web site. Great for easy compliance labels, shipping labels. For more information access www.unibar.com.

  • TBarCode ActiveX from TEC-IT can be used on a web server for generating barcode images. It supports all of the popular bar code formats, including UPC, EAN, 2of5, 39, 128 (...) and also MaxiCode, PDF417 and Data Matrix. You can adjust all barcode parameters like print ratio, module width, checksum calculation.. The barcode can be embedded in any HTML file within the <IMG> tag. For use with any web servers / scripting languages that support COM server components (IIS, ASP, PHP).

ISBN Barcode

Hints For Barcodes On Web Pages

To detect if a barcode image has loaded on a web page, you can use the following Javascript test:

document.images[3].complete == true

where the barcode image is the fourth image on the page (the array starts with 0). This will work for Netscape 3+ and IE4+.



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