It also now has a more robust HTML5 WebSocket connection and improved disk caching.
Barcode fanatics will note the finessed differences between 1D and 2D barcode reading as detailed by syscantech.com:
1D barcodes — carry a low information density, have a small information capacity, use numbers and English, must depend on a database or communication network, and are of object label and index in nature.
2D barcodes — carry a high information density, have a big information capacity, use numbers, English, and Chinese characters, pictures, voice, and other binary information, do not need to depend on a database or communication network, and describe objects.
Meanwhile, a 1D barcode reader has now been included. It allows users to read code 39 and code 128 type barcodes from scanned online images. And, the revised disk caching mechanism can now handle batch scanning of thousands of documents.
The newest HTML5 component supports the latest versions of Chrome and Firefox on Windows. It can be used by developers alongside Dynamsoft's original ActiveX and NPAPI plugins.
This allows developers to more easily manage migrations from, or the continued use of, NPAPI plugins for document scanning functions. Dynamsoft is working on new versions to properly support other browsers and platforms. In June, Dynamsoft provided an SDK version to address Google's plans to retire the use of NPAPI-based plugins within Chrome. The addition of Firefox support that began in version 10.0 delivers on Dynamsoft's promise to add HTML5 support for more platforms and browsers.