Barcodes in Java

Barcodes generation in Java is now a simple job for novice or experience Java developers. Just go google and search a commercial Java barcodes library. Here we will introduce a Java barcode generator from, which has been more than 7 years in barcode encoder and decoder component development, based on Java and .NET platform.

Java Barcodes Supporting Barcode Standards

Java Barcodes support generating 20 linear barcode, Codabar, Code11, Code 39, Code 39 extension, Code 93, Code 128, Code 128a, Code 128b, Code 128c, EAN 128, EAN 8, EAN 13, ISSN, ISBN, UPC-A, UPC-E, Postnet, Planet, Onecode.

Java Barcodes also supports Data Matrix, Aztec, PDF 417, Macro PDF417, Micro PDF 417, QR-Code, Micro QR-Code.

Java Barcode supports generating barcodes in Java Class, Servlet, EJB, and also generating in barcode reporting application, like Eclipse BIRT, Jasper Reports, iReport

Install Java barcode generator

Just add barcode.jar to the Java project classpath.

Generating barcodes in Java Class

With Java barcode SDK, you just create a barcode object, choose your barcode type, like code 39, code 128, and set barcode encoding data, and call draw method to generate barcodes in image file (supporting gif, jpeg, png, bmp, tiff, and pdf), or just draw barcodes in awt image object.

Customize the barcode images

Java barcode provides a lot of barcode and image property settings for you to customize the generated barcodes. Like you can rotate the barcode, increase or reduce the barcode image margin, enlarge the barcode module width and height, change the encoded barcode data displaying style (font style, font size, and font name).

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