Okapi Barcode

uk.org.okapibarcode : okapibarcode

Okapi Barcode is an open-source barcode generator written entirely in Java, supporting over 50 encoding standards including all ISO standards.

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1 usages
  1. Download JAR / Source Code / Javadoc
  2. View Java Class Source Code in JAR file
  3. View Javadoc in JAR file

Download JAR / Source / Javadoc

Version Date Download
0.3.0 Aug 05, 2021
0.2.9 May 29, 2021
0.2.8 May 24, 2021
0.2.7 May 01, 2021
0.2.6 Oct 07, 2020
0.2.5 Oct 01, 2020
0.2.4 Sep 09, 2020
0.2.3 Jan 04, 2020
0.2.2 Sep 23, 2019
0.2.1 Jul 20, 2019
0.2.0 May 15, 2019
0.1.9 Nov 10, 2018
0.1.8 Aug 21, 2018
0.1.7 Jul 10, 2018
0.1.6 Jul 06, 2018
0.1.5 Dec 04, 2017
0.1.4 Jan 13, 2017
0.1.3 Dec 31, 2016
0.1.2 Nov 18, 2015
0.1.1 Nov 11, 2015
0.1 Sep 30, 2015
0.1-beta-4 Sep 10, 2015
0.1-beta-3 Sep 08, 2015
0.1-beta-2 Jun 12, 2015
0.1-beta-1 Apr 24, 2015

View Java Class Source Code in JAR file

  1. Download JD-GUI to open JAR file and explore Java source code file (.class .java)
  2. Click menu "File → Open File..." or just drag-and-drop the JAR file in the JD-GUI window okapibarcode-0.3.0-sources.jar file or okapibarcode-0.3.0.jar file.
    Once you open a JAR file, all the java classes in the JAR file will be displayed.

View Javadoc in JAR file

  1. Download WinRAR to extract JAR file.
  2. Navigate to okapibarcode-0.3.0-javadoc.jar you want to extract in File Explorer.
  3. Right-click okapibarcode-0.3.0-sources.jar file → Select "Extract Here" in the drop-down context menu.
  4. Navigate to okapibarcode-0.3.0-javadoc extracted folder in File Explorer.
  5. Open index.html file with your Browser to view the contents of the javadoc HTML files.