Dynamsoft Adds Linux Edition for its Web Document Scanning SDK
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynamsoft's latest Dynamic Web TWAIN document scanning software development kit (SDK) version 12.1 has added a Linux Edition to support web-based SANE scanning on Linux machines. As a result, the document scanning SDK now supports cross-browser scanning across the three biggest platforms of Windows, macOS and Linux while also supporting all common scanners.
"With support for the Linux community added, our Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK is now essentially unlimited in platform reach," said Amy Gu, Vice President of Dynamsoft. "Our web-based document scanning and imaging SDKs now let developers truly ensure robust document scanning solutions that support users pretty much regardless of their choice in operating systems, browsers or scanning devices."
Dynamsoft's Dynamic Web TWAIN Windows Edition supports TWAIN scanning from IE, Edge, Chrome and Firefox on Windows. The Mac Edition supports TWAIN and ICA scanning from Safari, Chrome and Firefox on macOS. Now, with the addition of the Linux edition, Dynamic Web TWAIN supports all common browsers used in all popular desktop OS environments. This helps developers create cross-platform, cross-browser web scan solutions so users can more efficiently digitize and manage teir documents.
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Dynamsoft also offers imaging add-on modules that cover barcode reading, webcam image capture, PDF rasterizing, and optical character recognition (OCR).
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