If we want to simply display the decoded text for the QR Code in our app, we can do so simply with the ShowText property. To actually generate the QR Code, there are a number of other properties we can use in the bitmap values. For example, in the code below, we have the navigation property set to “NavigateToPage” and the command-line parameter of /OutputPath to an output folder. The code shows how to generate a Razor page with the code behind file that, when viewed in a browser, prompts the user to place their Web Browser into QR scanning mode.
Finally, the QRCodeWriter.CreateQRCode method can create a separate ZIP file with up to 4.png files, 2.jpg files, and 2.tiff files. You can then follow the same approach as in the previous section to add a logo to a QR Code.
Alternatively, if you have a.png or.tiff file that you wish to use for your QR Code, you can use the QRCodeReader.CreateQRCodeFromBitmap method. In this example, we placed the image in the “Images” folder of our example project and provide the command-line parameter of /InputPath that points to the folder.
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