Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Reading QR Codes In Your WP App


I have recently been working on an application for a client that needs to read QR codes. This has lead to some interesting findings. There are a couple of approaches you can use. One is to take a picture and evaluate it for a code and the other is more like the Bing Vision feature. Both of them can be accomplished by leveraging the Silverlight ZXing library from Codeplex.

In order to have QR code images to test I would suggest going to QRStuff.com. It is a site where you can freely generate QR images that you can prove out your app against. This is how I generated the image at the top of this post. If your code is working at the end you should be able to easily get back to this site. Wink! Wink!

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