Hierarchy of Dynamic Web TWAIN
Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK covers Windows, Linux, and macOS.
How to Configure USB Scanner on Ubuntu
To test document scanning applications, the first step is to check whether the connected USB scanner can work by typing following command:
sudo scanimage -L
If there is no device detected, find the vendor ID and product ID:
Then manually add them to the corresponding scanner configuration file. Here is what I did for Fujitsu fi-7160:
sudo vim /etc/sane.d/fujitsu.conf
Save the configuration file and run the command “scanimage -L” again. The device now can be found:
The next step is to run the document scanning application.
Online Demo of Document Scanning
To experience the preview of Dynamic Web TWAIN for Linux, you can visit https://www.dynamsoft.com/Demo/DWTLinux/online_demo_scan.aspx via Chrome or Firefox.
Install Dynamic Web TWAIN on Ubuntu
If it is your first time, you need to download and install the package dynamic_web_twainx64.deb.
You can either install the package with the terminal by typing command line or Ubuntu Software Center by double-clicking the .deb file.
After installing Dynamic Web TWAIN for Linux, refresh the page. Select a listed USB scanner to scan documents.
The video recorded what I mentioned above.