JavaScript Document Scanning for Windows, Linux and macOS

Have you ever imagined to build a JavaScript document scanning solution for Windows, Linux, and macOS from one single codebase? To make it, you need to find a solution that compatible with different scanner driver types: TWAIN for Windows, SANE for Linux, TWAIN, and ICA for macOS. A good news is that Dynamsoft has released the beta version of Dynamic Web TWAIN for Linux, which means the JavaScript document scanning SDK finally supports all desktop operating systems. In this article, I will show you how to create a simple cross-platform document scanner using Dynamic Web TWAIN with a few lines of code.

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Document Scanning on Linux with SANE and JavaScript

Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK is a scanning SDK designed for web application development. It helps developers to easily build document scanning apps with a few lines of JavaScript code. The preview of Dynamic Web TWAIN for Linux is available now. In this post, I will demonstrate how to configure a USB scanner, as well as how to run the online demo of Dynamic Web TWAIN on Ubuntu.

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Making AngularJS Work with DWT

AngularJS is a Web application framework for rendering dynamic Web content with MVC architecture. It reduces amount of JavaScript code with the feature of two-way data binding. More and more developers tend to use Angular for client-side development. Therefore, I’d like to share how to change the basic scanning demo of Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK with AngularJS today.

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Building Web Scanning Applications with GWT

GWT (Google Web Toolkit), a development toolkit that allows developers to build complicated JavaScript Web applications in Java, has been used by many outstanding products, such as Google AdSense, Google AdWords, and so on. It is open source, and completely free. In this post, I’d like to share how to build a starter application with GWT, as well as how to combine DWT (Dynamic Web TWAIN) and GWT to build a simple Web scanning application.

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Scan and Upload Documents in Web TWAIN and Go

Last week, I introduced how to create a Web application for document imaging and uploading with Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK and Node.js. In this tutorial, I’d like to share a more convenient way to implement such a solution in Go. You can just copy the client-relevant resources and page files to the new project since there’s no change at all.

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