When I was using CPython to create the Python barcode extension with Dynamsoft Barcode Reader, I had to take concern for the compatibility of Python versions. However, I’m reluctant to install all Python versions in my operating system. To test the compatibility of my Python barcode app in Windows, I picked Docker container as the workaround.Read more
When using PHP native extensions, you have to carefully match the right PHP version. Otherwise, it may cause a compatibility issue. In addition, the web server deployment of a PHP project with customized extensions is complicated as well. A proper solution for quickly experiencing a PHP project is to use Docker. In this article, I will demonstrate how to Dockerize the PHP barcode reader project built with Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK for Linux.
If you want to get a Node.js application into a Docker container from scratch, it’s recommended to read the official guide – Dockerizing a Node.js web app. It is useful, but not enough for a complicated case. In this post, I’m going to share what problems I have encountered while Dockerizing the Node.js barcode reader app using Dynamsoft Barcode Reader for Linux.
Dynamic Web TWAIN (DWT) is a Web-based TWAIN scanning solution, which could be deployed to Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Users could visit DWT apps via any HTML5-comptible Web browsers on Windows or Mac. To facilitate the process of Web project deployment, we can use Docker. In this post, I’m going to demo how to build a Web TWAIN docker image, and how to run the Web TWAIN “hello world” with commands in one line.