Oct 312013
 

Hello again,

We at DYMO our very appreciative of our SDK community. Over the years, we’ve seen some very interesting and cool applications that integrate with DYMO printers. We thought it would be fun to showcase some of these applications here on our developer blog! If you’ve been involved with the creation of a DYMO SDK application and would like to have it shown here on the blog, just comment on this post with some information about your application (description, pictures, website link, etc.). We’ll sort through all of the responses and pick some of our favorites and showcase them on the blog. We’ll keep all of the responses private and contact those that we want to showcase directly before posting anything to the blog. We look forward to seeing what everyone has created!

  4 Responses to “Calling all DYMO SDKers!”

  1. I couldn’t find where to as a question, so…
    I’m trying to integrate a LabelWriter 450 Duo into a MS Access database application, but there doesn’t seem to be any way to use the tape portion of the printer. Is this supported in the API?

    Thanks,
    Gavin

  2. Why is there not a Visual Basic 6 example in the V8 SDK? We have been marketing Dymo printers to our customers for many years. We’ve used the V6 SDK successfully in a simple application that has worked without fail through Windows XP. It no longer works on Windows 7 and 8 — we need assistance. Thanks.

    • Hi, Once you installed DLS and DYMO DLS SDK :
      1.The latest DLS 8 Installer (build 996). It’s important to install the latest version.
      2.The latest DLS SDK Samples. The samples installers installs documentation and technical

      you will see that VB samples has been installed In your documents folder. Here is path :
      C:\Users\**\Documents\DYMO Label v.8 SDK\DYMO Label Framework\Samples\dotNET\VB Sample

      Pls let me know if you have any further question.

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