ThermalLabel Web Editor for ASP.NET just released!!!

We’re very excited to announce the launch of our brand new ThermalLabel Web Editor for ASP.NET !!!

ThermalLabel Web Editor for ASP.NET Add-on

ThermalLabel Web Editor Add-on is a first-class barcode label designer component for ASP.NET websites (MVC & WebForms) which empowers your WebApps by providing an end-user visual label editor! The ThermalLabel Editor component leverages and requires the ThermalLabel SDK and was designed based on jQueryand HTML5 Canvas (Fabric.js)! Built on top of latest web platform and standards, this Web Label Editor can be used in Windows, Linux, Mac & Android Clients with latest browsers!

Checkout Online Demo!

jQuery ajax request error Status 0 on SSL-HTTPS when using Opera or Safari

Today we were testing our WebClientPrint for ASP.NET vNext and found an issue with jQuery Ajax requests on HTTPS but just when using Opera or Safari as the code worked just fine with IE, Chrome & Firefox.

In short the issue was this. The URL we specified to jQuery $get() contained the port number for HTTPS which is 443. Something like this $.get('https://localhost:443/something.aspx', function (data) { ... });

Again, that code worked just fine with IE, Chrome & Firefox but when using Opera or Safari, the Ajax error was “Status 0”. Removing the port number 443 from the URL fixed the issue on those browsers. HTH,

ThermalLabel SDK 5.0 Updated – Fixed a bug in WebPrintJob, TLClientPrint utility, and Postnet-Planet barcode if using the Native Barcode Engine

The second maintenance release of ThermalLabel SDK 5.0 is now available containing the following:

  • Fixed! A bug when using data binding labels with the new WebPrintJob class.
  • Improved! The TLClientPrint utility was updated to read the internal stream fully and avoid some potential issues within some scenarios.
  • Fixed! The USPS Postnet and Planet symbologies were not correctly printed when using the Native Barcode Engine.

You can download and update the product by using the download link which can be found in the license email or in the Download section of our website.

The “Assembly Version” of the dlls have not changed but the “File Version”. Here is the list of all new “File version” attributes:

  • Neodynamic.SDK.ThermalLabel.dll patched to v5.0.3500.2
  • TLClientPrint.exe patched to v1.0.3500.1

ThermalLabel SDK 5.0 Updated – New WebPrintJob and TLClientPrint utility, fixed an odd behavior of TextItem in the Visual Editor and a change for data bound items

The first maintenance release of ThermalLabel SDK 5.0 is now available containing the following:

  • New! The new WebPrintJob class plus the new TLClientPrint utility allows you to print thermal label objects served from an ASP.NET website to the client printer! Take a look at the ASP.NET Client-side cross-browser barcode thermal label printing with ThermalLabel SDK for getting started with these new features! (more guides on this topic will be available soon)

    ASP.NET Client-side cross-browser barcode thermal label printing with ThermalLabel SDK

    ASP.NET Client-side cross-browser barcode thermal label printing with ThermalLabel SDK

  • Changed! In the Visual Label Editor, when a TextItem or BarcodeItem is data bound (through the DataField property), now an icon/image will appear on the upper-left corner of the item and a tool tip with the DataField content will appear if mouse pointer is over it. TextItem now are editable even if a DataField is specified.
  • Fixed! In the Visual Label Editor, an odd behavior of the caret in the text edit box when using the Native Printer Fonts was fixed.

You can download and update the product by using the download link which can be found in the license email or in the Download section of our website.
The “Assembly Version” of the dlls have not changed but the “File Version”. Here is the list of all new “File version” attributes:

  • Neodynamic.SDK.ThermalLabel.dll patched to v5.0.3500.1
  • Neodynamic.Windows.ThermalLabelEditor.dll patched to v5.0.3500.1