Barcode Scanner SDK for the Web
No App, No Problem. Scan from Your Website.
- No set-up or app download needed by the end user.
- Enables scanning from a website on any camera-equipped device – mobile or laptop.
- Deploy on public websites or internal-only private networks.
We use leading smart data capture software to instantly recognize and read barcodes. In testing by our customers, Scandit software consistently out-performs other solutions for speed and accuracy, even on low-end devices that lack autofocus, and in difficult conditions:
- Low Light and Shadows
- Glare and reflections
- Awkward angles
- Varying distances
- Blurry barcodes
- Damaged barcodes
- Tiny and unusual barcodes
- Barcodes in motion
- Batch scanning
- Low Resolution Cameras
Try Out Our SDK for the Web Demos
Starting page for the Web SDK demos.
Simple and configurable demo, showing how easy it is to capture data with the Web SDK.
Product lookup demo, displaying sample data when scanning a barcode.
Settings demo, letting you choose the UI and symbologies you want.
Typical Use Cases
When end users will not be using a native mobile app, they can simply browse to a website from a camera-equipped device, scan barcodes and input the results into the web application.
When your customers don’t have your app, you can still create a deeper engagement by offering a web barcode scanner for use cases such as:
- Product registration
- Look up products
- Scan loyalty cards
- Gift registry
If your app runs in a browser as opposed to a native app, you can add scanning functionality by adding the SDK for the Web to power use cases such as:
Integrated and configured with just a couple of lines of code
Scandit handles decoding directly in browser from camera video feed
Supported on Modern Browsers
We support all modern browsers and offer technical support for developers.
Support For All Major Barcode Types
We support a wide variety of 1D and 2D barcode symbologies, from QR and UPC codes to Code 39. Scandit is the preferred mobile barcode scan technology provider of GS1, the international standards body for barcodes.