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Dynamsoft SDK enables full-fledged document analysis widget for web applications

Dynamsoft Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK edge detection feature when scanning documents into HTML5 web applications

Getting started with a deployment can be done in a few steps. Developers can download and install Dynamic Web TWAIN version 17.2 from Dynamsoft website, including a trial version.

Dynamsoft™ has updated its Document Capture SDK to now allow developers to quickly add a full-fledged document scanning widget into their HTML5 web applications. This can be done by adding just a few lines of code. So, theoretically, an app could have full document scanning capabilities in a day. The new SDK is version 17.2.

The fully developed document scanning widget supports camera resolution adjustment and automated document edge detection. It has a built-in viewer where users can edit and save documents. When documents are captured, it also applies automated perspective corrections to account for distorted documents. Users can also load footage from local storage and switch to or from the front and rear cameras. Additionally, when poor quality captures occur, users can add filters to them for post-processing allowing higher quality captures. Other general editing features include cropping, rotating, and flipping. New in version 17.2 is the ability to change image brightness and contrast.

Getting started with a deployment can be done in a few steps. Developers can download and install Dynamic Web TWAIN version 17.2 from Dynamsoft website, including a trial version. A 30-day trial license can be activated by copying the license key code to the provided JS file and then copying the associated code and file to the static resource folder of a web project.

About Dynamic Web TWAIN

The Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK provides cross-browser and cross-platform document scanning support for web applications. Developers only need to write a few lines of JavaScript code to enable document scanning, uploading, editing and processing. Otherwise, it turns months of work into just days. The SDK works on Android®, iOS®, Linux®, macOS® or Windows® devices.

Price and availability

Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK version 17.2 from Dynamsoft is now available. It can be purchased and downloaded from the company’s website. The company also offers Dynamic .NET TWAIN for developing scanning and image capture components for office document management applications. A Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK is also offered for creating barcode reading applications. Finally, a Dynamsoft label recognition SDK provides a fast method to locate and extract key data on common store or warehouse labels using OCR. Full pricing information can be found on the website. Several award-winning technical support channels are offered with an SDK purchase, including email, live chat, web meeting, and phone.

About Dynamsoft Corp.

Dynamsoft Corp. provides enterprise-class TWAIN™ software development kits (SDKs), barcode reader SDK and tag recognition SDK to help developers meet the requirements of imaging, scanning, reader applications barcode and OCR extraction when developing web, desktop or mobile applications for document management and label reading. Imaging SDKs help today’s businesses looking to move from unnecessary paper-based workflows to efficient paperless electronic document and records management. Thousands of customers use Dynamsoft solutions. Customers include 3M®; EMC®; FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA, Inc.; Fujitsu®; GE®; H&R Block®; HP®; IBM®, Intel®; Infosys®; Lockheed Martin®; Olympus®; Philips®; PricewaterhouseCoopers®; Samsung®; Siemens®; Symantec®; Unisys®; Verizon®; and more. The company also provides enterprise-grade version control software to help developers manage developer teams and projects. Dynamsoft is an associate member of the TWAIN working group which develops TWAIN standards. The company was founded in 2003. More information is available at

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