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How to make use of OCR technology through a web browser

, 16 Aug 2012 CPOL
In this article, I’ll show you how to convert scanned images to searchable text and PDF files through a web browser.

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Dynamsoft
Canada Canada
Dynamsoft has more than 10 years of experience in TWAIN SDKs, imaging SDKs and version control solutions.

Our products include:

TWAIN SDK
- Dynamic Web TWAIN: a TWAIN scanning SDK optimized for web document management applications.
- Dynamic .NET TWAIN: a .NET TWAIN and Directshow Image Capture SDK for WinForms/WPF applications.

Imaging SDKs
- Barcode Reader for Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, Android and Raspberry Pi.
- OCR addon for both web and .NET TWAIN SDKs

Version Control
- SourceAnywhere: a SQL server-based source control solution. Both on-premise and hosting options are provided.
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