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businesscard-qrcode – Business cards with QR-Code

What hap­pens when you give your vis­it­ing card to some­one? Either they man­u­ally type the text into their com­puter or mo­bile phone, or it will end up in a box and be for­got­ten. Nowa­days data is re­quired elec­tron­i­cally, not on pa­per. Here is the so­lu­tion: A vis­it­ing card with QR-Code that con­tains a full vcard so that it can be scanned with an app on the mo­bile phone and thereby au­to­mat­i­cally im­ported into the elec­tronic con­tacts. This also works well when you are of­fline and blue­tooth trans­fer fails. So here is the highly con­fig­urable busi­ness card or vis­it­ing card with full vcard as QR-Code, ready to send to on­line print­ers. You can spec­ify the ex­act size of the pa­per and the con­tent within the pa­per, in­lud­ing gen­er­a­tion of crop marks.

The pack­age de­pends on the fol­low­ing other pack­ages: calc, crop, De­jaVuSans, etool­box, fontawe­some, fontenc, ge­om­e­try, kvop­tions, mar­vosym, qr­code, var­width, and wrap­fig.

The pack­age needs XeLaTeX for work­ing prop­erly.

Bug trackerhttps://mrw.sh/tem­plates/busi­ness­card-qr­code/is­sues
Ver­sion1.2 2018-08-15
Li­censesGNU Lesser Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerMarc W├Ąck­er­lin
Con­tained inTeX Live as busi­ness­card-qr­code
MiKTeX as busi­ness­card-qr­code
File card
QR Code

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