Еasily transform URLs, text contents, phone numbers or other strings into the robust ASP.NET Core QR Code component.
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The Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core QR Code is a robust data visualization component that generates Canvas and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) images which represent Quick Response (QR) codes. It allows you to easily transform URLs, text contents, phone numbers or other strings into a unique two-dimensional arrangement of squares. Scanned by just a touch of a button with any smart device, quick response codes are the perfect solution for instant access to stored information.
The QR Code component comes with flexible customization options. By using an image URL with set height and width, users can add custom images or logos in the QR Code to match the look and feel of their app design.
The QR Code component allows you to encode wide range of data formats – from URLs, email addresses and phone numbers to contact information or geolocations based on the specific needs of your application.
Swiss QR codes are also supported by the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core QR Code component. With Switzerland’s new payment standard, the QR-bill is a replacement of the traditional digital QR codes payment slips, making payments easier, faster and more efficient.
With the flexibility always found within a Telerik control, the QR control can easily integrate into any other HTML5 control.
The QR Code component provides multiple built-in configuration options for modifying the error correction level, size and border width of the QR Code and more granular customization elements such as border, background and module colors.
Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core offers two options for declaring UI components – through HTML or Tag Helpers. You can choose the approach based on your preference, technology background or team development practice. Both HTML and Tag helpers allow you to lay out the QR Code component and its configuration with a simple and easy-to-read HTML-like or Razor syntax.