World Leading Barcode Fonts & Software!
August 13, 2019
ConnectCode, a world leading provider of barcode fonts and software, today announced the release of a new version (v11.4) of ConnectCode Barcode Fonts and Software. This version introduces high quality barcode generation using fonts on Linux, Polymer Web Components, and Microsoft Office Online.
For Linux, a brand-new companion package that supports all major Linux distros is now available. The companion package comes with barcode fonts (True Type, Open Type, PostScript and WOFF), a Linux Console Barcode Font Encoder, framework supporting tools (React, Angular, TypeScript and WebAssembly) and SDKS libraries (.NET, Java and Oracle) that enable developers to easily embed ConnectCode’s proven barcode fonts engine in their enterprise applications running on Linux.
Besides the support for barcode generation on desktop versions of Microsoft Excel through Excel formulas, ConnectCode Barcode Fonts and Software now supports Office Online through Excel Custom Functions. ConnectCode’s suite of Custom Functions assists users in creating high quality barcodes by generating necessary check characters and ensuring strict industry compliance.
Excel Custom Functions
Excel VBA Formulas
The new version of ConnectCode Barcode Fonts and Software also provides component source files and barcode fonts for the creation of World Wide Web (W3C) compliant Barcode Web Components with Google Polymer. The Web Component source files leverage on ConnectCode proven barcode fonts engine and use the latest Polymer LitElement and lit-html capabilities to create Web Components which are fast, lightweight and interoperable with any frameworks.
Installers for Windows, Mac and Linux versions of the barcode fonts are available for companies on hybrid environment. A silent installer for enterprise deployment is also available upon request.
256 MB RAM
100 MB of Disk Space
Windows 7, 8 or 10
Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012, 2016 or 2019
OS X 10.6-10.11
macOS Sierra (or Later)
Ubuntu Linux 18.04 (or later)
RedHat Enterprise Linux 8.0 (or later)
Debian Linux 9.0 (or later)
Barcode & Label app (requires Windows 10)
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