Getting started with Zebra printers in a .Net Core web application

I have an existing .Net Core 2.0 web application in live production use. My client would now like to add printing of multiple simple despatch box labels to a Zebra ZT410. No barcodes are required, just: simple recipient address details; a brief description of the contents, and a “number of package” item (for example: “Box 1 of 7”).

Although I have many years of web development experience, I have no experience at all of printing to Zebra printers from a web application. Can anyone please give me some pointers or links to:

  1. Getting started with simple Zebra printing from a web application - MVC or .Net Core.
  2. Generating the set of multiple despatch labels I’ve described?

Mike

Dmitry Prokhorov
Hello Mike,It depends on a

Hello Mike,

It depends on a part of your application that you would like to print from. In case you would like clients of your application would be able to print from web browser, there is Browser Print SDK | Link-OS | Zebra . In case you would like to send print jobs to your printers from a server side of your application, then you can implement it using Link-OS Multiplatform SDK | Zebra .

Here is an example of how you could print from your .Net application:

TcpConnection Class

Dmitry Prokhorov

Software Engineer, Kutir Mobility

Posted on behalf of Zebra Technologies

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Mike Gorman
Thanks very much Dmitry. I'll

Thanks very much Dmitry. I'll read through the server-side documentation you pointed me to.

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