How to Generate and Print 2D Barcodes in Delphi with Han-soft 2D Barcode VCL Components v10.0.1.2533
If you are looking for a way to create and print 2D barcodes in Delphi applications, you may want to check out Han-soft 2D Barcode VCL Components v10.0.1.2533. This is a set of components that can generate, display, and print various types of 2D barcodes, such as QR Code, Data Matrix, PDF417, Aztec, MaxiCode, and more.
Han-soft 2D Barcode VCL Components v10.0.1.2533 is compatible with Delphi 10.4 Sydney, as well as older versions of Delphi and C++ Builder. It supports both VCL and FireMonkey frameworks, and can be used in Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android applications.
In this article, we will show you how to use Han-soft 2D Barcode VCL Components v10.0.1.2533 to generate and print 2D barcodes in Delphi.
To install Han-soft 2D Barcode VCL Components v10.0.1.2533, you need to download the setup file from the official website: https://www.han-soft.com/releases/barcode2d/index.php. After downloading the file, run it and follow the instructions to complete the installation.
After installing the components, you will find them in the Tool Palette under the category "Han-soft Barcode". You can also access the demo projects and the help file from the Start menu.
Step 2: Create a New Project and Add a Barcode Component
To create a new project in Delphi, go to File > New > VCL Application (or FireMonkey Application if you prefer). Then, save the project and the main form.
Next, go to the Tool Palette and find the component that corresponds to the type of barcode you want to generate. For example, if you want to create a QR Code, you can use the THSQRCode component. Drag and drop the component onto the form.
You can then adjust the properties of the component in the Object Inspector. For example, you can change the barcode value, size, color, error correction level, etc.
Step 3: Preview and Print the Barcode
To preview the barcode on the form, you can simply run the project by pressing F9 or clicking on the Run button.
To print the barcode, you need to add a TPrintDialog component and a TPrinter component to the form. Then, double-click on the TPrintDialog component and write some code to handle its OnExecute event. For example:
Finally, add a button to the form and assign its OnClick event to PrintDialog1.Execute.
Now you can run the project again and click on the button to print the barcode.
In this article, we have shown you how to use Han-soft 2D Barcode VCL Components v10.0.1.2533 to generate and print 2D barcodes in Delphi applications. This is a powerful and easy-to-use set of components that can help you create various types of 2D barcodes for your projects.
If you want to learn more about Han-soft 2D Barcode VCL Components v10.0.1.2533, you can visit their website: https://www.han-soft.com/barcodevcl.php. There you a474f39169