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Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2: The Ultimate Barcode Solution for FireMonkey Developers



Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2: A Barcode Component for FireMonkey Based on Zint




Introduction




If you are developing applications with FireMonkey, you may need to generate or scan barcodes for various purposes, such as inventory management, product identification, ticketing, or payment. However, FireMonkey does not have a built-in barcode component, so you have to rely on third-party solutions.




Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2



One of the best options available is Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2, a barcode component for FireMonkey that uses Zint, an open-source barcode encoding library. With this component, you can easily create and customize barcodes in your FireMonkey applications, supporting over 50 symbologies, including QR Code, Data Matrix, Code 128, EAN, UPC, and more.


Some of the benefits of using Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2 are:



  • It is fast and reliable, as it uses Zint, a well-tested and widely used barcode library.



  • It is cross-platform, as it supports Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android.



  • It is easy to use, as it has a simple and intuitive interface and properties.



  • It is flexible and customizable, as it allows you to adjust various parameters of the barcode, such as size, color, rotation, text, border, whitespace, etc.



  • It is compatible with other Winsoft components, such as OBR (Optical Barcode Recognition) for scanning barcodes from images or cameras.



Some of the main features of Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2 are:



  • It supports over 50 symbologies, including Code 128, Data Matrix, USPS OneCode, EAN-128, UPC/EAN, ITF, QR Code, Code 16k, PDF417, MicroPDF417, LOGMARS, Maxicode, GS1 DataBar, Aztec, Composite Symbols, Ultracode and more.



  • It supports Delphi/C++ Builder XE2 - 11.



  • It provides source code in the registered version.



  • It allows royalty free distribution in applications.



How to Install Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2




To install Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2, you need to follow these steps:



  • Download the trial version or order the full version from the official website: https://winsoft.sk/fbarcode.htm



  • Extract the zip file and run the installer.



  • Select the IDE version and platform that you want to install.



  • Click Next and Finish to complete the installation.



  • Open your IDE and add the component path to the library path. For example, for Delphi 11 and Windows 32-bit, the path is: C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\Bpl\Winsoft\FireMonkey



  • Restart your IDE and you are ready to use Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2 in your project.



How to Generate Barcodes with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2




To generate barcodes with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2, you need to follow these steps:



  • Create a new FireMonkey project or open an existing one.



  • Drag and drop a TBarcodeFMX component from the Winsoft Barcode tab of the Tool Palette to the form.



  • Select the TBarcodeFMX component and go to the Object Inspector.



  • Set the Symbology property to the barcode type that you want to generate. For example, bsQRCode for QR Code.



  • Set the Value property to the barcode data that you want to encode. For example, 'Hello World'.



  • Optionally, you can set other properties to customize the barcode appearance and output, such as Width, Height, Rotation, Color, BackgroundColor, ShowText, TextPosition, TextAlignment, TextFont, BorderWidth, BorderColor, WhitespaceWidth, etc.



  • To display the barcode in an image, you can use the TImageFMX component from the FireMonkey tab of the Tool Palette. Drag and drop a TImageFMX component to the form and set its MultiresBitmap.Bitmap property to the TBarcodeFMX.Bitmap property.



  • To save the barcode to a file, you can use the TBarcodeFMX.SaveToFile method. For example, to save the barcode as a PNG file, you can use this code: begin BarcodeFMX1.SaveToFile('barcode.png', TBitmapCodecManager.GetCodecByName('png')); end;



How to Scan Barcodes with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2




To scan barcodes with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2, you need to use another Winsoft component called OBR (Optical Barcode Recognition). This component can scan barcodes from images or cameras using ZBar, an open-source barcode scanning library. Here are the steps to use OBR with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2:



  • Download and install OBR from the official website: https://winsoft.sk/obr.htm



Add the OBR component path to the library path. For example, for Delphi 11 and Windows 32-bit, the path is: C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\Bpl\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\Dcp\Winsoft\FireMonkey C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\D11\Win32 C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\D11\Common C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\Common C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\Common\x86 C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\Common\x64 C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\Common\x64\x64 C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\Common\x64\x86 C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\Common\x86\x64 C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib\Common\x86\x86 C:\Program Files (x86)\Winsoft\FireMonkey\OBR\Lib 50 symbologies, including QR Code, Data Matrix, Code 128, EAN, UPC, and more. We have also explored the benefits and features of this component, such as cross-platform support, easy-to-use interface, flexible and customizable parameters, and compatibility with other Winsoft components.


Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2 is a powerful and versatile barcode component that can help you create and scan barcodes in your FireMonkey applications with ease and efficiency. If you are looking for a barcode solution for FireMonkey, you should definitely give it a try.


To learn more about Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2, you can visit the official website: https://winsoft.sk/fbarcode.htm. There you can find more information, documentation, demos, and support. You can also download the trial version or order the full version with source code and royalty free distribution.


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions related to Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2:


Q: How much does Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2 cost?




A: Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2 costs 120 EUR for a single license, 200 EUR for a site license, and 600 EUR for a source code license. You can order it online from the official website: https://winsoft.sk/fbarcode.htm.


Q: What is the difference between Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2 and Winsoft Barcode for VCL v6.0?




A: Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2 is a barcode component for FireMonkey, which is a cross-platform framework for developing applications that run on Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android. Winsoft Barcode for VCL v6.0 is a barcode component for VCL, which is a Windows-only framework for developing applications that run on Windows. Both components use Zint as the barcode encoding library, but they have different interfaces and properties.


Q: How can I scan barcodes from a camera device with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2?




A: To scan barcodes from a camera device with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2, you need to use another Winsoft component called OBR (Optical Barcode Recognition). This component can scan barcodes from images or cameras using ZBar, an open-source barcode scanning library. You can download and install OBR from the official website: https://winsoft.sk/obr.htm. Then you can use the TOBRFMX component to scan barcodes from a camera device by setting its Source property to ssCamera and its CameraIndex property to the index of the camera device.


Q: How can I generate 2D barcodes with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2?




A: To generate 2D barcodes with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2, you need to set the Symbology property of the TBarcodeFMX component to one of the supported 2D symbologies, such as bsQRCode, bsDataMatrix, bsPDF417, etc. Then you need to set the Value property to the data that you want to encode in the 2D barcode. Optionally, you can set other properties to customize the 2D barcode appearance and output.


Q: How can I get support for Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2?




A: If you have any questions or issues with Winsoft Barcode for FireMonkey v4.2, you can contact the developer by email: support@winsoft.sk. You can also visit the official website: https://winsoft.sk/fbarcode.htm, where you can find more information, documentation, demos, and forums. dcd2dc6462


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