• Share and Track Information Between Devices

    Barcodes represent data in a visual, but machine-readable way. They are used around the world to share and track information. Embed barcodes in your ASP.NET MVC web apps and reports to transfer information between apps or devices.

  • Get 26 Barcode Encodings in One Component

    With support for 26 encoding types in a single component, you can easily generate different barcodes without having to use multiple libraries and different APIs.

  • Generate Barcodes on the Fly with a Web API

    Generate scannable barcodes from text that can be obtained from a web service and saved as an image or stream. The ComponentOne Barcode Web API is part of Studio Enterprise.

Barcodes for Manufacturing, Warehouse & Distribution Industries

The Interleaved 2 of 5 encoding is a continuous two-width barcode symbology encoding digits. Use Interleaved 2 of 5 codes among others for applications targeting manufacturing, warehouse & distribution.

2D QRCodes for Marketing and Advertising

The QR format is one of the most popular 2D barcodes today, with free readers available for virtually all smart phones. Use the QRCode encoding to display 2D barcodes in your MVC web apps and reports, or use it to serve up barcodes from a web service.

Barcodes for Electronics, Government & Healthcare

The Code 39 specification defines 43 characters, consisting of uppercase letters (A through Z), numeric digits (0 through 9) and a number of special characters (-, ., $, /, +, %, and space). An additional character (denoted '*') is used for both start and stop delimiters. Use Code 39 in your applications targeting electronics, government and healthcare sectors.

UPC Barcodes for the Retail Industry

The Universal Product Code or UPC code type is widely used in retail industry. It is a 12-digit number commonly used to track products in inventory. In its standard version (UPC-A), the bar code consists of a five digit manufacturer number and a five digit product number. In addition there is a 1 digit number system identifier at the start of the code. C1Barcode also supports the more compact encodings UPC-E0 and UPC-E1.

Barcodes for Books & Publishing

EAN-8 and EAN-13 barcodes are used by whole-sellers, universities, sellers and libraries for tracking books. Each book has a 13-digit ISBN code for tracking purpose.

Maintain Data Integrity with CheckSums

ComponentOne Barcode for ASP.NET Core MVC automatically adds necessary control symbols and checksums to the value being encoded — depending on the encoding being used — to guarantee a good read on your barcodes.

Get Barcode Images from a Web API

Generate scannable barcodes on the fly from text in your client applications using the ComponentOne Barcode Web API. The REST API barcode service returns the generated barcode as an image stream. The barcode service lets you save the image to PNG, JPEG, BMP, GIF, or TIFF formats. Embed the obtained barcode image in a PDF, forms, databases, ID cards and more. The ComponentOne Barcode Web API is part of Studio Enterprise.

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Supports 26 Barcodes Encoding Types

Choose from a list of 26 available barcodes suitable for your application. The full list of 26 supported barcode types includes:

  • Codabar
  • Code39
  • Code49
  • Code93
  • Code128
  • DataMatrixECC-200
  • DataMatrix ECC-000 to ECC-140
  • EAN-8
  • EAN-13
  • GS1-128
  • GS1DataBarExpanded
  • GS1DataBarExpandedStacked
  • GS1DataBarLimited

  • GS1DataBarOmnidirectional
  • GS1DataBarStacked
  • GS1DataBarStackedOmnidirectional
  • GS1DataBarTruncated
  • Interleaved2of5
  • ITF-14
  • JapanesePostal
  • PDF417
  • MicroPDF417
  • QRCode
  • UPC-A
  • UPC-E0
  • UPC-E1