Anyline 11 is a game changer for mobile scanning. Here’s why.
We see 4 key ways in which mobile OCR is set to transform logistics today and in the near future.
How to capture data from driving licenses with just a cell phone Police officers need to be [...]
Modern logistic processes have a lot of moving parts. Thankfully, mobile scanning is the perfect tool for tracking and verifying the delivery and transport of goods!
A mobile ticket scanner is the perfect tool to handle access management at your event. They can be used to instantly digitize hard copy tickets and remove all the stresses that this ticketing method brings to your processes. Find out more!
One of Goodreads' unique features is a barcode scanner that lets you scan books and add them to your to-read list. Find out how you can add book and ISBN scanning to your mobile app too ...
Water meter reading apps can help homeowners and businesses to monitor and manage their water usage. This makes it easier to reduce waste usage and budget accordingly...
Hello and welcome to our second tutorial here at Anyline! We will show you how you can easily import the Anyline Example Project into Android Studio!
Hello and welcome to our third Anyline tutorial! We will show you How you can build a Custom Use Case with the Anyline OCR SDK! We are going to build a password scanner for preset wifi passwords. This is just one of the endless use cases you can build with the Anyline OCR module. Feel free to try it out, and show your creativity with your own scanning use case.
As a developer working with Tesseract you know the struggle: Training a font file for Tesseract takes time and effort. One way of the many ways to accomplish the training, is to create many images of your font which will be used to train the Tesseract. You run the images through Tesseract, correct the outcome and do it over and over again until the font is readable. This process seems so annoying, one might even describe it as: " Worst process for a human, ever" ;)
This blogpost is about how to glue JAVA and C++ together. It explains how to make use of the Java Native Interface (JNI), together with SWIG.