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    Preparing for end of Axway

    👇   support for Amplify Cloud and Mobile   👇

    RIP Axway Amplify Titanium (2010 - 2022)

    🪦   RIP Axway Amplify Titanium (2010 - 2022)

    🪦   RIP Axway Amplify Cloud Services (2012 - 2022)

    🪦   RIP Axway Amplify Crash Analytics (2015 - 2022)

    🛑    Axway support for Amplify products has ended for most products related to mobile and cloud.

    A few of the open-source versions of Axway Amplify products will live on after Axway Amplify End-of-Life (EOL) announcements. However, all closed-source projects and most open-source projects are now dead.


    👉    A group of Axway employees, ex-Axway employees, and some developers from Titanium community have created a legal org and now officially decide all matters related to future of these products.


    API FAQ:


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    @titanium/scandit Dependabot Status

    Scandit SDK Barcode Scanner Module for Titanium Native Mobile Apps

    📝 Description

    This is a repackaging of the compiled iOS and Android modules for the Scandit SDK for Titanium to allow for installation via npm.

    🚀 Getting Started

    1. Install @titanium/scandit in root of project
    npm install @titanium/scandit

    Obtain SDK API Key

    You need to log into your Scandit Account (or create a new account) to obtain your Scandit API Key to use with this module.

    Using barcode scanner

    const scanditsdk = require('@titanium/scandit');
    scanditsdk.appKey = 'YOUR_SCANDIT_API_KEY';
    // Only after setting the app key, instantiate the Scandit SDK Barcode Picker view
    scanner = scanditsdk.createView({
    	top:    0,
    	width:  Ti.UI.FILL,
    	height: Ti.UI.FILL,
    // Before calling any other functions on the picker you have to call init()
     * Set various features
    // add a tool bar at the bottom of the scan view with a cancel button (iphone/ipad only)
    scanner.setViewfinderSize(0.7, 0.7, 0.6, 0.4);
    // Shows/hides viewfinder rectangle and highlighted barcode location in the scan screen UI. [default is true]
    // scanner.setViewfinderColor( red, green, blue ); // enterprise-only fea
    // setViewfinderDecodedColor( red, green, blue);
    // Reduces the area in which barcodes are detected and decoded.
    // Must be used in combination with setScanningHotSpot
    // If this method is not enabled, barcodes in the full camera preview are detected and decoded.
    	// Changes the location of the spot where the barcode decoder actively scans for barcodes.
    // X and Y can be between 0 and 1, where 0/0 corresponds to the top left corner and 1/1 to the bottom right corner.
    // The default hotspot is set to 0.5/0.5
    scanner.setScanningHotSpot(0.5, 0.5);
    // Forces the barcode scanner to always run the 2D decoders (QR,Datamatrix, etc.),
    // even when the 2D detector did not detect the presence of a 2D code.
    // This slows down the overall scanning speed, but can be useful when your application only tries to read QR codes
    scanner.setDataMatrixEnabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setMaxiCodeEnabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setItfEnabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setCode25Enabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setGS1DataBarLimitedEnabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setGS1DataBarExpandedEnabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setGS1DataBarEnabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setPdf417Enabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setRM4SCCEnabled(true); // enterprise-only feature
    scanner.setKIXEnabled(true); // enterprise-only
    scanner.setMicroPdf417Enabled(true); // enterprise-only
    scanner.setCode128Enabled(true); // enterprise-only
    scanner.setCode11Enabled(true); // enterprise-only
    scanner.setCode93Enabled(true); // enterprise-only
    scanner.setCode39Enabled(true); // enterprise-only
    // Set callback functions for when scanning succeeds and for when the
    // scanning is canceled. This callback is called on the scan engine's
    // thread to allow you to synchronously call stopScanning or
    // pauseScanning. Any UI specific calls from within this function
    // have to be issued through setTimeout to switch to the UI thread
    // first.
    scanner.setSuccessCallback(e => {
    	console.error('scanner.openScanner.setSuccessCallback: entering');
    	const upcNumber = e.barcode;
    	const upcType = e.symbology;


    iOS: com.mirasense.scanditsdk 5.13.1 Android: com.mirasense.scanditsdk 5.13.1

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    Copyright (c) 2018 by Scandit AG

    Usage of this module is subject to the Terms of the Service Agreement with Scandit AG (available at as well as your Terms of Service agreement with Appcelerator, Inc.

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