The company’s Dynamic Web TWAIN kit has added an HTML5 component that supports the latest versions of Chrome and Firefox on Windows. It can be used by developers to more easily manage migrations from, or the continued use of, NPAPI plugins for document scanning functions.
The company said that versions to properly support HTML5 in other browsers and platforms are in the works.
Meanwhile, the 1D barcode reader allows users to read code 39 and code 128 type barcodes from scanned online images, while a revised disk caching mechanism can now handle batch scanning of thousands of documents.
Edited by Maurice Nagle