The package is found on github at https://serratus.github.io/quaggaJS/. Adding this package to our web application was fairly straightforward. This scanner software is configurable to scan several barcode formats including UPC format common in U.S. market place for food products. The effort for integrating this package with our web application took less than a full work day for one software engineer thanks to the excellent example page that is part of the github download. Special thanks to Christoph Oberhofer for his work on the example code which was largely used in our web application.
To see the changes to our Food Allergy Checker go to this link https://secure.horvathsoftware.com/FoodDatabaseApplication.aspx. Thanks for giving our web applications a try and for reading this post!
For our users of
PRESS that are updating passwords that are also stored in web.config files of
your websites, we have added a new macro action, "Update Web
Config". This will aid you by
automating the process of updating an account that is associated with a
web.config entry of its password. This
new macro action is available only to Change Password macros and is implemented
using text parameters stored in your macros.
The first parameter is the path of the web.config file in your
development environment's source code directory. This parameter is required and is validated
to make sure that there really is a web.config file at the path location. The second parameter is optional and defines
the path to which to deploy the web.config file. Both these paths may be either UNC path or
DriveLetter: (\\server\path or c:\path) path
depending upon your particular environment.
Thank you for
reading our post and for being a loyal user of our password manager, PRESS.