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.