Label design is an important step in a print application, as shown in a typical development flow of print applications below. A what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) label design tool can help you design a clear, readable and scannable label in no time. Zebra has just released ZebraDesigner for Developers v3 in October, 2019 and it's a FREE tool for developers!
Learn about the features introduced in Printer Profile Manager Enterprise (PPME) including automated wireless cert management and ZC card printer support.
Presented by: Chris Kenley, Software Engineering, Zebra Technologies
We are working on Zebra ZD420. I have a task to call a web-service and capturing the output in ZBI.
According to Zebra Dev Talk ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPYB8iq8goE 15:18) it is possible through triggering web alert.
I found no information how to implement that especially capturing the response.
thanks in advance
I developed a ZBI program to print labels that depend on information retrieved via TCP port.
In case of network issue, I need to be able to connect a barcode scanner to the Usb Host port and retrieve the data to replace the normal TCP data.
But I can't find the correct port... I try USB_HOST which is used on SGD printer command but it doesn't work.
If you have any ideas???
Thanks in advance for your help !
I have an existing application that is trying to print labels to a new ZT410 (203 dpi, firmware V75.20.14Z) printer but the images are being drawn too large and don't fit inside the label. In the application we have a calibrate button that sends the following to the printer:
Hi, I'm implementing a program in Go that is meant to interface with a Zebra print (GX420t). We're currently using an http endpoint to send data to the printer to be printed (http://<printer ip>/printer/pstprnt). I'm wondering if there also exists an endpoint where I can query the status of the printer, and get information like:
- number of jobs in the queue
- if the printer is out of paper
- if the printer is out of ink
- or just generally if its available and not in a bad state.
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The Link-OS team has made a number of updates to the .NET SDK. It now supports Xamarin, .NET Core, and .NET Framework. This webinar will review how to use this updated library to code once and adds printing functionality to multiple frameworks. We'll walk through some of the new capabilities for this library with Xamarin.
Hi Everyone, I’m back with another installment of Printing for Dummies. Week after week we get questions about how to print data from a webpage to a local printer. Over the course of time, we've come up with a number of solutions and I thought I would take the opportunity to share them.