This demo page lets you play around with the settings of onScan.js to find the best setup for a specific scanner. Just connect the scanner to your device and open this page in it's browser - than start scanning and watch the output in the console-box below.
Looking for a good standard web API to use? Here is a detailed feature-comparison for the most common free API standards. See if features important for your project are built-in or if you will need to invent your own specification for them.
Most enterprise applications require a web service interface sooner or later. The official requirements are mostly pretty straightforward: state-of-the-art, easy-to-use, wide-spread format, easy-to-maintain (= cheap) and ideally generic. But in the past couple years, I found myself often in search for a good list of common technical requirements to pick from for a specific project. In other words, a check-list to compare different approaches. So here it goes...
jQuery.NumPad is a flexible touch-optimized numeric keypad for web applications based on jQuery. It can be used to fill inputs, password fields, general div-elements or entire table columns. The keypad can be easily styles to fit into popular UI frameworks like Bootstrap or jQuery mobile!
This tutorial shows, how to connect a barcode scanner to a web application based on jQuery. We are going to take a look at the most important settings of the jQuery.ScannerDetection plugin and the first steps to take when starting to work with a new scanner model.