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Anyline Examples App

Anyline is mobile OCR SDK, which can be configured by yourself to scan all kinds of numbers, characters, text and codes.

The Example App provides you with many working preconfigured modules, which show the bandwith of what the SDK can scan.

Quick Start Guide

0. Clone or Download

  • If you'd like to clone the repository you will have to use git-lfs. Use the following commands to install git-lfs.
brew install git-lfs
git lfs install
  • If you prefer downloading a package, use the provided zip package on the releases page. Be aware that the github download zip button does not work for projects with git-lfs.

1. Add AnylineSDK as a dependency

Via Maven

Add Anyline SDK to the dependencies in build.gradle

//root section of the file
repositories {
    //add the anyline maven repo
    maven { url 'https://anylinesdk.blob.core.windows.net/maven/'}
}

dependencies {
    //add the anyline sdk as dependency (maybe adapt version name)
    compile 'io.anyline:anylinesdk:3.6.1@aar'
    //... your other dependencies
}

Or via local copy of the aar

Copy the .aar to the libs directory of your project (app/libs) and adapt build.gradle.

Add Anyline SDK to the dependencies in build.gradle

//root section of the file
repositories {
    flatDir {
        dirs 'libs'
    }
}

dependencies {
    compile(name:'anylinesdk-3.6.1', ext:'aar')
    //... your other dependencies
}

2. Provide a config file (json or xml)

The config file enables a quick and easy adaption of the “Scan-View”. You can either provide a json-file or use the XML-attributes in the layout file itself. A detailed description of all available attributes can be found in Anyline Config

Example barcode_view_config.json:

{
    "captureResolution":"720p",
    "cutout": {
        "style": "rect",
        "maxWidthPercent": "80%",
        "alignment": "center",
        "ratioFromSize": {
            "width": 100,
            "height": 80
        },
        "strokeWidth": 2,
        "cornerRadius": 4,
        "strokeColor": "FFFFFF",
        "outerColor": "000000",
        "outerAlpha": 0.3
     },
     "flash": {
        "mode": "manual",
        "alignment": "bottom_right"
     },
     "beepOnResult": true,
     "vibrateOnResult": true,
     "blinkAnimationOnResult": true,
     "cancelOnResult": true
}

JSON

This config file must be located in the assets folder of your Android project.

Some of the most important config options may be:

Parameter Description
captureResolution the preferred camera preview size
cutout defining which area of the preview will be “cutout” (analyzed to find bar/QR code)
flash defines the flash mode, where to place the flash symbol, etc.
beepOnResult enables sound on successful scanning process (for modules only)
vibrateOnResult provides haptic feedback for a successful scanning process (for modules only)
blinkOnResult visual feedback for a successful scanning process (for modules only)
cancelOnResult if true, the scanning process will be stopped after one result and needs to be restarted manually (for modules only)

XML

Alternatively to a json config, it is also possible to configure the view (EnergyScanView, MrzScanView, BarcodeScanView) using XML-attributes in the layout-file.

<RelativeLayout
     xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
     xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
     android:layout_width="match_parent"
     android:layout_height="match_parent">
    <at.nineyards.anyline.modules.energy.EnergyScanView
        android:id="@+id/energy_scan_view"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        app:cutout_alignment="top"
        app:cutout_style="rect"
        app:cutout_outside_color="#55000000"
        app:cutout_offset_y="120"
        app:cutout_rect_corner_radius_in_dp="4"
        app:cutout_stroke_width_in_dp="2"
        app:cutout_stroke_color="#FFFFFF"
        app:flash_mode="manual"
        app:flash_alignment="bottom_right"
        app:beep_on_result="true"
        app:vibrate_on_result="true"
        app:blink_animation_on_result="true"
        app:cancel_on_result="true"
     />
</RelativeLayout>

3. Add your License

Add your license to your string resources (can be a separate xml file).

4. Init Anyline in your Activity

There are module specific options - take a look at the description of the desired module in the Anyline Documentation to get more detailed information.

<string name="anyline_license_key" translatable="false">
    icaCo34adsfasdferJBAerisdlfkjerj1234adsflkerhlakherDAdfjlafherGs\n
    h4ll0we1t7h1s1sno74r34ll1c3n53yO00asdfkaer455alksdfASDSlallernde\n
    YXRmb3JtIjogWyAiQW5kcm9pZCIgXSwgInNjb3BlIjogWyAiQUxMIiBdLCAidG9s\n
    icaCo34adsfasdferJBAerisdlfkjerj1234adsflkerhlakherDAdfjlafherGs\n
    cHhoTm9UZ0g1cys3M2dhUW1SMUpXblJLWEhFeE02eHRNWHpaNEViWXdXODFmWmRl\n
    YXRmb3JtIjogWyAiQW5kcm9pZCIgXSwgInNjb3BlIjogWyAiQUxMIiBdLCAidG9s\n
    c0xjNEwzbjBLV0tnOG80NzdGSHA3OHUydWFVCkRqUUU4S0RWK240RkFVZ3FnUHg5\n
    icaCo34adsfasdferJBAerisdlfkjerj1234adsflkerhlakherDAdfjlafherGs\n
    aWNldnRTZEU2Q3hkYldZUVdpQjNkUXFqckxuWW0vaE1CSEx2OHRUdWpyN09MWDhC\n
    h4ll0we1t7h1s1sno74r34ll1c3n53yO00asdfkaer455alksdfASDSlallernde\n
    icaCo34adsfasdferJBAerisdlfkjerj1234adsflkerhlakherDAdfjlafherGs\n
    SEptQVE9PQo=\n
</string>

5. Enjoy scanning and have fun! 🎥

Sample Codes & Documentation

Have look at some of our code examples: Sample Code

Detailed information about how to configure and implement Anyline: Documentation

License

To claim a free developer / trial license, go to: Anyline SDK Register Form The software underlies the MIT License. As Anyline is a paid software for Commerical Projects, the License Agreement of Anyline GmbH apply, when used commercially. Please have a look at Anyline License Agreement

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