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How to Generate a URL containing QR code using Google Charts API

QR codes are slowly, slowly gaining more traction, despite the fact that they are pretty much only useful little beasts when it comes to directing smartphone users to some or other web content URL. Generating them is pretty easy, hell, Google Chart has an API for them (which is exactly what we are going to leverage in a minute), and to decode them you simply need a phone with a camera and a decoder app installed. So let’s do this.

Online QR Code Decoder

QR codes are slowly, slowly gaining more traction, despite the fact that they are pretty much only useful little beasts when it comes to directing smartphone users to some or other web content URL. Generating them is pretty easy, hell, even Google Chart has an api for them, and to decode them you simply need a phone with a camera and a decoder app installed. But what if you don’t have a phone for testing and simply want to check that your generated QR code is correct?

Online QR Code Encoder (Generator)

QR codes are slowly, slowly gaining more traction, despite the fact that they are pretty much only useful little beasts when it comes to directing smartphone users to some or other web content URL. Generating them is pretty easy, hell, even Google Chart has an api for them, and to decode them you simply need a phone with a camera and a decoder app installed. But if you aren’t particularly computer illiterate, what is the best way to generate a QR code of your own?

PHP and Google Charts: Using a POST request when a GET String is too Long

Google Charts is an extremely stable and reliable web-based charting engine that is perfect for dropping into any project where you quickly want to produce some high quality graphs for your end user.

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