baRcodeR now on rOpenSci + online barcode PDF generation

Some major changes have occurred to baRcodeR since the last post on version 0.1.2 to ease the process of making printable labels like below. As of baRcodeR 0.1.5: After extremely helpful reviews, baRcodeR was accepted as part of the rOpenSci project. Online documentation for the package is now available, generated with pkgdown and hosted by rOpenSci. An interactive GUI in the form of a shiny RStudio addin is now available as part of the package.

baRcodeR 0.1.2 release - new linear barcodes

baRcodeR 0.1.2 is released on CRAN today! Download and install by install.packages("baRcodeR") Example linear barcode The major feature of this release is the ability to print linear (a.k.a normal) barcodes through specifying type = "linear" in create_PDF() rather than type = "matrix" which prints the usual QR code. The github repository is at yihanwu/baRcodeR. Minor notes on the implementation of these linear barcodes The linear barcodes are based on the code 128B specification (Wikipedia).

baRcodeR 1.1 preCRAN release a.k.a what are all these parameters for label layout?

Announcement of baRcodeR 1.1 and my reason for feature decisions