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We are happy to announce that in our next release on January 17th 2018, we will be adding a new control to the Telerik UI for WinForms Suite – The BarCode control. 

Update: The full Telerik release, including Telerik UI for WinForms, is out! 

Telerik UI for WinForms - BarCode Qr Overview image

A lot of you have shared that your projects requirements involve the ability to generate codes inside the application, which is common in retail, manufacturing, warehousing, shipping, healthcare and other business apps. With the new BarCode control in Telerik UI for WinForms you and your end users will be able to easily create barcodes in various formats from QR, Codabar, Code 25, Code 129, EAN 13 and more. Check out the examples below:

Code Format

Example Barcode

QR QRCode(TelerikDotCom) 
 Codabar  Codabar
 Code25  Code25Standard
 Code 128  Code128
 EAN 13  EAN13
 Postnet  Postnet
Code 93   Code93Extended

Update: Want to see more? Check out this how-to guide to create conference passes in WinForms apps using the Barcode control and PDFProcessing APIs in the suite.

The Barcode control, alongside a Fluent Design theme and more are coming to Telerik UI for WinForms in the next release, so make sure to get the latest version of the suite on January 17th. If you don’t have the latest version of Telerik UI for WinForms, you can download it here. Interested in exploring our other .NET and JavaScript tools? Download a trial of the DevCraft bundle today.

Learn More at the Webinar

For an in-depth review of all the new stuff coming with the release across desktop, web and mobile, check out the full recording of the Telerik R1 2018 Release Webinar.

Watch Webinar

About the Author

Dobrin Grancharov

Dobrin is a Product Marketing Manager for the Desktop UI suites at Progress. He is passionate about trends and innovations in desktop application development, UI and UX. In his leisure time, Dobrin enjoys doing gymnastics, skiing, playing guitar and traveling the world. You can follow him on Twitter or get in touch through LinkedIn.

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