Mobile Barcoder 0.2.0 released

Days after the release of 0.1.5 comes a major update which seeks to answer all of the common suggestions and make clone extensions obsolete

The two major features of version 0.2.0 are:

  • There is now an options dialog which will allow you to choose between QR Code & Data Matrix as well as the size of the generated code
  • Localisation is now possible, so if there are any kind users who would like to translate the text into their primary language, please leave a comment and I'll send some information.

Hopefully the addition of the option dialog means that the clones of my extension which are floating around on several random download sites are now rendered obsolete.

The extension is in the Sandbox area on the Mozilla Addons site, but eventually it should filter through to the main site.

As usual, please leave comments if there are any features missing that you think would improve the extension. The only addition I can think of is the ability to choose where the barcode appears on-screen (eg. in the centre always).

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On weekdays I'm a Technical Lead at Comparethemarket.com, having previously been a Solution Architect at Nokia & Nokia Siemens Networks, creating creative software solutions for mobile operators around the world.

In my spare time I'm an avid new technology fan, and constantly strive to find innovative uses for the new gadgets I manage to get my hands on. Most recently I've been investigating Mobile Codes, RFID and Home automation (mainly Z-Wave). With a keen eye for usability I'm attempting to create some cost-effective, DIY technology solutions which would rival even high-end retail products. The software I develop is usually released as Open Source.

I have a Finnish geek partner, so have begun the difficult task of learning Finnish.


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