This IDAutomation website was created specifically to help Java programmers
integrate barcode technology into applications using JavaBeans, applets,
servlets and class libraries. These Java Barcode Components may be used
on any platform with a Java Virtual Machine, including Windows, LINUX,
MacOS, Solaris, HP/UX, AS/400, OS/390 and many others to incorporate
automated barcoding into internet applications, websites or custom Java
Barcode servlets allow easy barcode creation on web pages without
download a demo.
and barcode fonts.
Browse through the information below to locate the software and devices
that can automate any business, or go directly to the
Index to download an evaluation version or place an order with
immediate product download.
The type of barcode to use for a particular situation depends upon
implementation, data to be encoded in the barcode and how the barcode
is to be printed. There are several different types of barcode standards
for different purposes, called symbologies. Each type of symbology (or
barcode type) is a standard that defines the printed symbol and how
a device such as a barcode scanner reads and decodes the printed symbol.
For assistance in choosing the correct barcode for the planned use,
please visit the
standard outline. Below are the most popular barcode symbology FAQ's: