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bwip-js - Barcode Writer in Pure JavaScript

  •    Javascript

bwip-js is a translation to native JavaScript of the amazing code provided in Barcode Writer in Pure PostScript. The translated code can run on any modern browser or JavaScript-based server framework. The software has encoding modules for over 90 different barcode types and standards. All linear and two-dimensional barcodes in common use (and many uncommon ones) are available. An exhaustive list of supported barcode types can be found at the end of this document.

barcode - a barcode creation lib for golang

  •    Go

This is a package for GO which can be used to create different types of barcodes. To create a barcode use the Encode function from one of the subpackages.

golang-pdf417 - Port of pdf417-php by ihabunek in Golang

  •    Go

This library encodes data to a PixelGrid that can be used to display the barcode. You can use the PixelGrid to draw the barcode on anything. Check pdf417_test.go for an example.

postscriptbarcode - Barcode Writer in Pure PostScript

  •    PostScript

Barcode Writer in Pure Postscript (BWIPP) generates all barcode formats entirely within PostScript so that the process of converting the input data into the printed output can be performed by the printer or RIP itself. This is ideal for variable data printing (VDP) and avoids the need to re-implement the barcode generation process whenever your language needs change. Since this resource is written in PostScript and interpreted within the virtual machine of a printer it is compatible with any operating system and hardware platform.




aws-lambda-barcode-generator - This project uses a Node

  •    Go

This is a sample project to demonstrate usage of Golang for AWS Lambda. AWS Lambda is a cloud computing service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. AWS Lambda executes your code only when needed and scales automatically.






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