The barcode control or generator for WPF is a light-weight and high-performance control to display industry-standard 1D and 2D barcodes in your desktop application. Generated barcodes are optimized for printing and on-screen scanning. It is designed for ease of use and it does not require fonts.
The barcode control can be easily customizable. Changing color of barcodes dark bar and light bar, bar height, bar width and much more.
Use the input mode to ensure the values being used with the specific set of input characters.
It provides option to display barcode with or without text along with alignment options in WinForms.
Syncfusion WPF barcode control supports wide range of barcode symbologies.
Quick Response Code (QR code) is a two-dimensional barcode. Efficiently pack more information in a smaller space than 1D barcodes. Each barcode can store values up to 7089. Mostly used for URLs, business cards, contact information etc.
A Data Matrix is two-dimensional barcode. The information to be encoded with text or numeric values. Each barcode can store values up to 2335. Data Matrix barcode will be mostly used for courier parcel, food industry, etc.
The Code 39 also known as Alpha 39, Code 3 of 9, USD-3. The information to be encoded with text, numeric and special characters. Mostly used by postal services.
The Code 39 Extended is an extended version of Code 39. Additionally, lower characters and special characters are supported.
The Code 11, also known as USD-8, high numeric symbology. The character set includes the digits 0 through 9, a dash symbol ( - ), and start/stop characters. Code 11 commonly used in telecommunications.
The Codabar, also known as USD-4, Code 2 of 7. It can encode the digit 0 through 9, six symbols and start/stop characters. Mostly used in air bills and blood bank.
The Code 32, also known as Italian Pharmacode. It can encode alphanumeric and start/stop character. Mainly used to encode pharmaceutical products in Italy.
The Code 93 is designed to provide data security enhancement to Code 39. It encodes the same character set as Code 39 but uses 9 barcode elements per character.
The Code 93 Extended barcode symbology is continuous, variable length and self-checking. It is based on Code 93 but can encode full 128-character ASCII.
The Code 128, also known as GS1-128, EAN-128. It can encode all 128 character of ASCII. Widely used in shipping and packaging industries.
The Universal Product Code (UPC), also known as UPC-A. It encodes 12 numeric digits. UPC barcode symbology mostly used in trade items.