The sample source code below will show how to generate barcodes in Java using ByteScout Cloud API.

It is also possible to read barcodes using Java and Cloud API.

POST/GET endpoint:

Code Sample:

import Bytescout\Client\API.*;
import Bytescout\Client\API.auth.*;
import Bytescout\Client\API.model.*;
import Bytescout\Client\API.api.DefaultApi;

import java.util.*;

public class DefaultApiExample {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        ApiClient defaultClient = Configuration.getDefaultApiClient();
        // Configure API key authorization: api_key
        ApiKeyAuth api_key = (ApiKeyAuth) defaultClient.getAuthentication("api_key");
        api_key.setApiKey("YOUR API KEY");
        // Uncomment the following line to set a prefix for the API key, e.g. "Token" (defaults to null)

        DefaultApi apiInstance = new DefaultApi();
        String name = name_example; // String | Filename for the generated image.
        String type = type_example; // String | Barcode type. Valid values: Code128, Code39, Postnet, UPCA, EAN8, ISBN, Codabar, I2of5, Code93, EAN13, JAN13, Bookland, UPCE, PDF417, PDF417Truncated, DataMatrix, QRCode, Aztec, Planet, EAN128, GS1_128, USPSSackLabel, USPSTrayLabel, DeutschePostIdentcode, DeutschePostLeitcode, Numly, PZN, OpticalProduct, SwissPostParcel, RoyalMail, DutchKix, SingaporePostalCode, EAN2, EAN5, EAN14, MacroPDF417, MicroPDF417, GS1_DataMatrix, Telepen, IntelligentMail, GS1_DataBar_Omnidirectional, GS1_DataBar_Truncated, GS1_DataBar_Stacked, GS1_DataBar_Stacked_Omnidirectional, GS1_DataBar_Limited, GS1_DataBar_Expanded, GS1_DataBar_Expanded_Stacked, MaxiCode, Plessey, MSI, ITF14, GTIN12, GTIN8, GTIN13, GTIN14.
        String value = value_example; // String | Barcode value.
        try {
            SingleResponseModel result = apiInstance.barcodeGeneratePost(name, type, value);
        } catch (ApiException e) {
            System.err.println("Exception when calling DefaultApi#barcodeGeneratePost");