Porting library for QR barcode (dimensional)

Discussion in 'Questions (Windows Mobile)' started by bluedude, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. bluedude

    bluedude Well-Known Member Licensed User

  2. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

    This was posted a while back. I've had a look and got it running but it needs a fair bit of work tidying it up to hide loads and loads of useless objects that Basic4ppc finds in the library, and to find out what properties and methods are useful and need to be left exposed. Anyone interested in a proper job?
     
  3. Cableguy

    Cableguy Expert Licensed User

    Barcodes, are something that anyone can use ina "real life" aplication, such as stock control...
    So my answer would be Yes!
     
  4. pclinx

    pclinx Member Licensed User

    I have a project that this would be good for.

    Do you have anything working?
     
  5. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

    "Working" is a bit too strong a word :( It's a bit temperamental so I don't think it's usable at the moment I'm afraid.
     
  6. pclinx

    pclinx Member Licensed User

    Thanks for your quick reply

    Although an experienced developer, I am new to basic4ppc.

    Do you know if I would be possible to launch something like QuickMark

    QuickMark Mobile Barcode - Web Site QuickMark

    and then get the data returned to my app, maybe by listening to local port and use local http address in the barcode?
     
  7. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Using the HTTP library you can communicate with web servers and download files.
    There are several example in the manual and in the forum.
     
  8. pclinx

    pclinx Member Licensed User

    I am trying to read data from the camera based barcode reader and have it returned to the Basic4ppc program, there may or may not be a web connection available at the time.
     
  9. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

    You should be able to launch QuickMark by using either the Shell function in Basic4ppc or by using the Process object in my Threading library. The advantage of a Process object is that it will tell you when the launched app closes. So you could lauch QuickMark, the user could read a barcode and save the result to a file and then when they exited the app your app would know and could read the barcode data from the file.
     
  10. pclinx

    pclinx Member Licensed User

  11. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

    Looks easy enough to put in a library. I'll have a play.
     
  12. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

  13. pclinx

    pclinx Member Licensed User

    :sign0098: Thats brilliant, should be usefull for lots of projects
     
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