Friday, February 22, 2008

.NET Barcode Control Update

by Nate Schubert

February 21, 2008

IDAutomation.com announces an update to their .NET Barcode Control for easy barcoding in VB. NET and C#. NET.

(Tampa, FL.) IDAutomation.com, Inc. announces an update to their release of the Linear .NET Barcode Forms Control which allows for easy integration of barcode technology directly into .NET Framework applications. The .NET Forms Control and DLL package update includes the Intelligent Mail symbology, strong naming with signed DLLs and enhancements to overall performance related to print methods.

The Linear .NET Barcode Forms Control is compatible with any development environment that can utilize .NET Forms Controls and DLLs. Several bar code symbologies are supported in this control including Code 39, Code 128, UCC-128, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC, EAN, Codabar and Postnet. The 100% managed code control is very easy to use and is provided with sample projects in C# and VB.NET. By integrating barcode technology directly into .NET Framework applications, it is no longer necessary to export data to a proprietary label program to print barcodes. The demo version may be downloaded from www.idautomation.com/formscontrols/ and is fully functional.

This package also includes the IDAutomation RFID component which encodes smart tags and labels on RFID printers from .NET Framework applications. The control has many advanced features such as device independent graphics, data binding, adjustable orientation and strong name support. All functionality is implemented in a single file that is less than 150K in size, which makes it easy to distribute with other applications.

A distributable royalty-free Developer License for the Linear .NET Barcode Forms Control starts at $395. IDAutomation.com, Inc. also provides barcode fonts and barcode components for ActiveX, COM, ASP, Oracle and Java. IDAutomation.com, Inc. has been marketing ID automation products for businesses since 1996 and is privately held. For more information, visit their website at http://www.idautomation.com/.

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