Earlier this month I mentioned an example project demonstrating how to use the iOS 7 barcode scanning API and distinguish between different barcodes.
Here’s a library for easy barcode scanning submitted by Mike Buss called MTBBarcodeScanner that has a number of really nice features.
MTBBarcodeScanner provides a great looking view for camera input, allows you to read multiple barcodes, and allows you to easily read the values scanned using a blocks based callback.
Here are a couple of images from the readme showing MTBBarcodScanner in action.
You can find MTBBarcodeScanner on Github here.
Mike also has a nice writeup he wrote after creating MTBBarcodeScanner with some good practices to follow when releasing an open source library that can be found on his blog here.
A nice lightweight class for easily reading barcodes.
Thanks to Mike for the submission.
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