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I have personally not have used it yet. Here is a thread that may be of help Service Portal - barcode scanning
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We're currently working on official Cabrillo documentation. Here is an example of the getBarcode() API. Please note that this is not official documentation. https://gist.github.com/wlisac/6122145d473b998f3748089982fa70fe
Also, Cabrillo JS APIs are only supported when executing in ServiceNow's native mobile apps. You should use cabrillo.isNative(); to determine if Cabrillo is executing in a native context.
Cabrillo is explicitly unavailable from GlideForm client scripts.
Also – make sure Cabrillo is available in your widget script. Cabrillo JS is easily available in AngularJS as an injectable parameter. For example, you can inject Cabrillo inside of a Service Portal widget's client script.
var c = this;
// Used to determine if Cabrillo is executing in ServiceNow's native mobile apps.
c.isNative = cabrillo.isNative();
Thanks Will. The information really helpful.
My requirement was to get this thing working on ipad device to capture images while submitting an incident and i got it working through the native servicenow app (on service portal / ticket conversation widget). The attachment widget detects device and gives option to open camera and click.