Zen.Barcode.Rendering.Framework.Web 3.1.10729.1

Zen Barcode Rendering Framework - Web Components

Barcode Rendering Framework Release.3.1.10729 components for Asp.Net, from https://barcoderender.codeplex.com/

The bar-code rendering framework quite simply encapsulates the native rendering of barcode symbologies without requiring third-party fonts. The framework makes it easy to define new symbologies and use the resultant images from web or forms applications in a variety of usage scenarios.

The Asp.Net components make it easy to serve barcode images from Asp.Net including MVC.

Currently supported bar-code symbologies: Code 11 with or without checksum, Code 25 standard/interleaved with or without checksum,  Code 39 with or without checksum,  Code 93 with checksum only,  Code 128 with checksum only,  Code EAN 13 with checksum only,  Code EAN 8 with checksum only,  (Code PDF417 2D still alpha – still broken),  Code QR 2D (new)

(nb the nuget owner is not the author, just a user who found it worked really well)

Install-Package Zen.Barcode.Rendering.Framework.Web -Version 3.1.10729.1
dotnet add package Zen.Barcode.Rendering.Framework.Web --version 3.1.10729.1
<PackageReference Include="Zen.Barcode.Rendering.Framework.Web" Version="3.1.10729.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Zen.Barcode.Rendering.Framework.Web --version 3.1.10729.1
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Release Notes

These are the dlls from https://barcoderender.codeplex.com/ Barcode.Render.Release.3.1.10729.zip downloaded on 30th June 2014

Download the source and look at the sample applications from https://barcoderender.codeplex.com/releases/

Zen.Barcode.Web.dll contains an Http handler and a Route handler which will return barcode image files

Zen.Barcode.Design.dll contains a Control Designer for design time.

For Mvc: reference Zen.Barcode.Web.dll and optionally lib\Zen.Barcode.Mvc.dll. You can then:
 1) Add a barcode image route to your MVC application:
 routes.Add("BarcodeImaging", new Route("Barcode/{id}",new BarcodeImageRouteHandler()));
 2) Use it with <img src="@Url.Barcode("123456", BarcodeSymbology.Code128, 30, 1, true)" />
 The HTML helper method will create a URL to return your barcode.

Windows Test Application
Run tools\BarcodeRender.exe. It expects to find Zen.Barcode.Core.dll in the same directory.

Version History

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3.1.10729.1 29,827 7/1/2014