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Barcode For FireMonkey 3.7

Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7: A Comprehensive Guide

Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7 is a Delphi and C++ Builder component that allows you to create and print barcodes in your FireMonkey applications. It supports over 50 symbologies, including Code 128, Data Matrix, QR Code, PDF417, and more. It also supports cross-platform development for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android.

Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7

In this article, we will show you how to use Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7 to encode data into various barcode formats, customize the appearance and properties of the barcodes, and print them on different devices. We will also provide some tips and tricks to help you optimize your barcode applications.

What is Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7?

Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7 is a third-party component developed by Winsoft, based on Zint Barcode Generator, an open-source barcode encoding library. It is compatible with Delphi/C++ Builder XE2 - 11 and can be used with both VCL and FMX frameworks.

Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7 can encode data into any of the following symbologies:

  • Australia Post barcode

  • Aztec Code

  • Aztec Runes

  • Channel Code

  • Codabar

  • Codablock-F

  • Code 11

  • Code 128

  • Code 16K

  • Code 2 of 5 (Including IATA, Datalogic, ITF14, Deutsche Post Leitcode and Identcode)

  • Code 32 (Italian Pharmacode)

  • Code 39

  • Code 39+

  • Code 49

  • Code 93

  • Code One

  • Data Matrix (including DMRE)

  • DotCode

  • Dutch Post KIX

  • EAN

  • Grid Matrix

  • GS-1 DataBar (including stacked and composite symbols)

  • Han Xin

  • HIBC

  • Japan Post

  • Korea Post


  • MaxiCode

  • MSI

  • PDF417 and Micro PDF417

  • Pharmacode



  • QR Code and Micro QR

  • Royal Mail 4-state (RM4SCC) and Mailmark

  • Telepen

  • Ultracode

  • UPC-A

  • UPC-E


  • USPS Intelligent Mail.

You can use Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7 to generate barcodes for various purposes, such as product identification, inventory management, shipping labels, coupons, tickets, etc.

How to install Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7?

To install Barcode for FireMonkey 3.7, you need to download the trial version or purchase the full version from the Winsoft website. The trial version has some limitations, such as a watermark on the barcodes and a nag screen on startup.