BizCode Barcode Generator for ASP.NET
The most professional barcode solutions for Microsoft ASP
Quick Overviews
  • Barcode creating class library
  • Support ASP.NET IDEs & IIS
  • Easy to use & integrate
  • Dynamic barcodes support
  • High-usability controls provided
How to Generate QR Code in ASP.NET Library
QR Code (a.k.a. Denso Barcode, QRCode, and Quick Response Code) is a 2-dimensional matrix barcode developed by Denso Wave. It is now one of the most popular barcodes in the world and used in many kinds of industries. It can encode up to 7,089 numeric, 4,296 alphanumeric, 2,953 Byte or 1,817 Kanji characters and offers four levels of error detection.
BizCode Generator for ASP.NET is a collection of library for generating and customizing QR Code barcode as well as other 20+ linear & 2D barcode within ASP.NET web applications, web services and web server. It makes it easy to work with Microsoft Visual Studio, C#.NET, VB.NET and Internet Information Service (IIS).
Full of barcode controls are provided in every aspect including: background color, bar color, rotation angle, x-dimension, captions, and customer defined resolution and more. All genratatd QR Code can read and recognized from any image and at any angle.

This page explain how to create your own QR Code in ASP.NET web applications in accordance with ISO / IEC 18004 (2nd edition 2006-09-01); you may get more specific user manuals here on how to encode valid data for QR Code, how print and save QR Code in Png and other image formats, and how to specify proper size for QR Code.
QR Code Generator for ASP.NET Features
Encodable CharactersSupport to encode:- Numeric characters
- Alphanumeric data
- Byte characters
- Kanji characters
Barcode Specification Compatible with QR Code barcode specification in ISO; Also support to create GS1 compatible QR Code barcodes
Programming DevelopmentSupport QR Code generation in Visual Basic.NET, C#.NET and Internet Information Service (IIS)
Image or GraphicsGenerate and print QR Code images in Png, Jpeg/Jpg, Gif, Tiff, Bmp formats, in stream object, in graphics object
Size AdjustmentsMultiple barcode setting options for you to select, including module width, image width, color, rotation, resolution, text, etc.
For all printersResolution customizable with DPI setting to print high-quality barcodes with all printers! No special printers or hardware are required
QR Code Generator for ASP.NET Requirements
Windows OS
- Microsoft Windows 7
- Windows Server 2008
- Windows Vista
- Windows Server 2003
- Windows XP
Development Environments
- .NET 2.0/3.0/4.0
- C#, VB.NET, Managed C++, Borland Delphi    for.NET
- Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010
- Internet Information Service (IIS)
Install QR Code Generator for ASP.NET
  1. Download BizCode Generator for ASP.NET and unzip;
  2. Add reference: Add "BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Web.dll" to your ASP.NET project reference;
  3. Add to toolbox: To add Barcode Control to your ASP.NET Web Forms toolbox;
How to Drag & Drop Barcode Control into ASP.NET projects?
  1. Install ASP.NET Barcode Control;
  2. Add ASP.NET Barcode Control onto your .NET Visual Studio Toolbox;
  3. Copy "qrcode.aspx" and "qrcode.aspx.cs" to the folder where your aspx pages are generating barcodes;
  4. Drag and drop the WebQRCode control into the Forms;
  5. Run the website and you will see a barcode image generated;
  6. More QR Code Setting see below.
How to Generate QR Code with C#, VB.NET Class in ASP.NET?
Copy those following code to your ASP.NET projects:
using BusinessRefinery.Barcode;
QRCode barcode = new QRCode();
barcode.Code = "QR Code";
barcode.Resolution = 104;
barcode.Rotate = Rotate.Rotate180;
barcode.Format = ImageFormat.Gif;
Dim barcode As BusinessRefinery.Barcode.QRCode = 
New BusinessRefinery.Barcode.QRCode()
barcode.Code = "QR Code"
barcode.Resolution = 104
barcode.Rotate = BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Rotate.Rotate270
barcode.Format = System.Drawing.Imaging.ImageFormat.Gif
How to Create Your Own QR Code in IIS?
  1. Download BizCode Generator for ASP.NET and unzip;
  2. Copy the whole barcode fold and contents into IIS and create a new virtual directory called "br_barcode";
  3. Restart IIS, navigate to http://localhost/br_barcode/qrcode.aspx?code=0123456789;
  4. Add an image tag <img> into the web page to create QR Code barcode image in html or aspx pages, e.g.
    <img src="http://localhost/br_barcode/qrcode.aspx?code=0123456789"/>.