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Decode barcodes or QR codes from any Delphi app

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Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Just before the year closes, we'd like to share a new episode in the "How it works" series with Holger Flick. This series is created to show you how you can do more with Delphi and TMS components.

First Holger introduces two new exciting components added to the TMS FNC WX Pack: the barcode and the QR code decoder components:

and of course, the "How it works" video explains in detail how you can create a Delphi application that uses the QR code decoder component and use it to extract information from a QR code image file:

TMS FNC WX Pack

The TMS FNC WX Pack is all about leveraging existing, reliable, proven web technology in any type of Delphi app, be it a Windows VCL app, a cross-platform FireMonkey app or a TMS WEB Core web client application. It already comes with a HTML editor, a PDF viewer, an OCR component, a JSON formatter and a barcode or QR code generator. In our lab, the next series of breathtaking components are already in development that will join the TMS FNC WX Pack family in 2022!  Watch the TMS FNC WX Pack introduction video again for more info.


Learn more!

Like to learn more about Delphi and TMS components? Consider also the books our colleague Holger Flick wrote for you. Get all the in-depth content on how to get more out of Delphi with TMS components while reading at your own pace.

We made a convenient list of the books here from where you can add it to your basket in one-click.

TMS Software Delphi  Components

Be in touch!

2022 is nearby. Our team is extremely motivated to surprise you once more in the New Year with many exciting new developments. Let us know your wishes for 2022. We are eager to learn what you would like to see us doing in the New Year! 



Bruno Fierens


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This blog post has received 3 comments.


1. Thursday, December 30, 2021 at 8:07:53 AM

Very educative and straight to the point

Ere Ebikekeme


2. Thursday, December 30, 2021 at 12:08:04 PM

Thanks a lot for this instruction video and all the others. They are extremely helpful.
And so are the books by the way!

Stephan Hennekens


3. Friday, January 7, 2022 at 6:51:01 PM

Nice and clear; easy to follow. Thanks also for the encouragement to explore the usefulness of anonymous methods.

Christen Morgan




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