FREE E-BOOK - Introduction Into Barcodes by ByteScout - learn how to use barcodes, why they were invented and how they are used in real life

FREE BOOK: Introduction Into Barcodes by ByteScout

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Barcode encoding and decoding is extremely fast, effective and cheap process so it can't be separate from modern business and life at all. The book Introduction Into Barcodes by ByteScout contains base knowledge about types, structurе and categories of barcodes wide-using in business area from postal and transport services to medical and surgical industry. 

Introduction Into Barcodes describes characteristics of different barcodes, some interesting facts of their history and using.  For example, which barcode looks at us with a bull's eye and where quick response code was invented.

This book will help as business owners to choose barcode suits their business needs so IT managers and software developers to integrate barcode into point of sale system, medical image system or any departmental store application. 

The book introduces you into barcodes, their usage, their types and their application in real life. Available for free in PDF, MOBI, EPUB formats 

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Introduction Into Barcodes by ByteScout

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Table of Content (preview):

        Preface  - iii
          1.  Introduction -    1 
            1.1   What are barcodes? -   1
            1.2   Why use barcodes?   -   1
            1.3   What are applications of barcodes?  -   2
          2.  Categories of barcodes -    2 
            2.1   One Dimensional Barcodes  -   3
            2.2   Two Dimensional Barcodes  -   3
          3.  One Dimensional/ Linear Barcodes  -    4 
            3.1   Code 39 -   4
            3.2   Code 93 -   5
            3.3   Code 128 -   6
            3.4   EAN 13-  7
            3.5   EAN 14-  9
            3.6   EAN2 EAN5 and Their Usage with EAN13   10
            3.7   Codabar Barcode -   12
            3.8   Interleaved 2 of 5 Barcode -   13
            3.9   Numly Barcode -   14
           3.10  Optical Product Code  -   15
           3.11  PZN (Pharma-Zentral-Barcode)  -   16
           3.12  Telepen barcode -   17
           3.13  UPC-A and UPC-E -   18
           3.14  Patch Code -   19
          4.  Two Dimensional Barcodes   -    21
            4.1   Data Matrix-   21
            4.2   Maxi Code -   23
            4.3   Aztec Barcode -   24
            4.4   GS1 Datamatrix Barcode 
            4.5   MICR E-13B -   27
            4.6   QR Code -   28
            4.7   PDF417 -   29
            4.8   Codablock F Barcode -   30
            4.9   Code 16k -   32
          5.  4   State & Postal Barcodes -    33
            5.1   Deutsche Post Leitcode -   33
            5.2   Deutsche Identcode Barcode -   35
            5.3   KIX Barcode -   36
            5.4   PostNET Barcode   -   37
            5.5   Royal Mail Barcode -   39
            5.6   Singapore 4 State Postal Barcode  -   40
            5.7   Swiss Post Parcel Barcodes   -   41
          6.  Conclusion -    42
          7.  About ByteScout -    43
            7.1   Barcode Generator SDK  -   43
            7.2   Barcode Reader SDK-   43
            7.3   Other ByteScout's tools for developers -   44
 

Free Download (direct links):

FREE E-BOOK DOWNLOAD (.PDF format for iPad and other tablets, 688 KB, 48 pages) 

FREE E-BOOK DOWNLOAD (.Mobi Kindle format, 320 KB, 48 pages)

FREE E-BOOK DOWNLOAD (.EPUB format for Nook and other readers, 219 KB, 48 pages)

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