Design the Web: Adding Dynamic QR Codes

Created by: Chris Converse

Produced in 2015

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Course Description

Learn to use the free Google Chart API to add dynamic QR codes to your webpages, in this short and informative installment of Design the Web. Chris Converse covers four options for generating the QR code: pointing Google Chart to an image URL, using server-side code to retrieve the URL, injecting the URL code with JavaScript, and generating the QR code with JavaScript and jQuery. So stop creating QR codes by hand; learn how to generate them dynamically with these tricks.

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Instructor Details

Chris Converse

Chris Converse applies design and UX principles to technology, from motion graphics to CSS-driven websites.

Chris Converse graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a degree in graphic design. He began his career in print, designing and preparing digital files for commercial offset printing. Chris has spent the last 22 years studying and applying design and interface principles to technology. His work spans various distribution media (CD-ROMs, web sites, and interactive DVDs) and applies many authoring media and techniques (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, image optimization, motion graphics, Flash, Director, Shockwave, sound engineering, digital video compression, PHP, and ASP). Chris has a passion for and a commitment to conceiving, creating, and delivering the best possible user experience, regardless of the medium.

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