How to Run Aspose.BarCode Examples
The following requirements need to be fulfilled before downloading and running the code samples of Aspose.BarCode for .NET applications.
- Visual Studio version 2019 or later
- The project with examples uses the NuGet Automatic Package Restore feature. Therefore, active Internet connection is necessary to install this package. If you have any problems with automatic restoring or downloading the project through NuGet, you can check this article or ask for help on Aspose Technical Forum
Download Examples from GitHub
All code examples available for Aspose.BarCode for .NET are hosted on GitHub. The project requires at least fully updated Visual Studio 2019 with .Net Framework 4.8 and .Net 5 or later versions installed.
To work with it, the following steps should be executed:
- Either clone the repository using a preferred GitHub client or download the ZIP file from here
- Extract the contents of the ZIP file to any folder on your computer. All examples are located in Examples folder
- Check the file with the Visual Studio solution, Aspose.BarCode.Examples.CSharp.sln, in the folder
- Open the solution file in Visual Studio and build a new project
- Upon the first run, the dependencies will be downloaded automatically through NuGet
- Check the Data folder in the root of Examples that contains the input files used in the provided code examples. You must download the Data folder together with the project
- Open the RunExamples.cs file: all examples can be called from here
- Uncomment the examples to be run within the project
In case of any issues with setting up or running code examples, reach out to Technical Support Forum.
How to Contribute
If you wish to add or improve a code example, we encourage you to contribute to the project. All examples and showcase projects provided in this repository are open source and can be freely used in your applications.
To contribute, you can fork the repository, edit the source code, and create a pull request. We will review the changes and include them in the repository if we find them helpful.