Quick Response Codes or QR codes are optical labels that contain data and that can be added to documents and/or websites. A device equipped with imaging capabilities, like a smart-phone camera, can then be used to access the information contained within these labels. One advantage to using QR Codes is that they have the ability to store a large amount of information about something in a very small space. Because they are machine readable, this information can be used by devices to side-step tasks that would take the users of an application considerable time to deal with. For example, a QR Code can contain a long URL which, when photographed using a phone, will automatically take users to a website; without the user typing in the URL. QR Codes are used extensively in tracking, product identification, and marketing.
QR Codes are simply data. As with other data controls, you can the setValueFrom() to set the value of a QR Code.
- QRCode Control Type
The UX Component's QRCode control displays its value as a QR Code.