Barcode ASP.NET WEB Control lets you add barcodes to your ASP.NET web application in ten minutes without having to write complicated code.
Unique to BarCode ASP.NET Web Control is an ability to add the barcode functionality to an ASP.NET application in ten minutes. In doing this you are not required to write complicated code. The component easily integrates into Microsoft Visual Studio, and you can customize barcode properties in its Properties window.
BarCode ASP.NET Web Control has been designed specially for the use in ASP.NET web applications. It is written in Microsoft C# and is 100% managed code. This means the component can be easily embedded into your application, regardless of the .NET environment. In preparing for this release, the component has undergone numerous tests that showed its full compatibility with Microsoft C#.NET, VB.NET, Borland C# Builder and Borland Delphi for Microsoft .NET. BarCode ASP.NET Web Control supports all popular barcode symbologies, including Interleaved 2 of 5, Industrial, Code 39, Code 39 Extended, Code 11, Codabar, MSI, Code 128 (Auto, Set A, Set B, Set C), EAN Addon-2, EAN Addon-5, EAN-8, EAN-13, EAN-14, UPC-A, UPC-E, PlaNet, Code 93, Code 93 Extended and ITF 14.
The component allows you to save barcodes to disk in all major graphic file formats, or draw/print in a graphics object. It gives you full control over the look of your barcode by letting you configure its foreground and background colors, fonts, text, orientation, etc. BarCode ASP.NET Web Control may serve as a great solution to create barcodes in an internet or intranet projects.
You can use it as ASP.NET server component for IIS to create barcodes dynamically on the server. A barcode is created inside an HTML file by simple IMG tag. The barcode will be created on the server as PNG, JPG, GIF, TIFF or BMP image and sent to the browser. No temporary files are created on the server and the client doesn’t need any plugins.