I am not as familiar as I should with Bulter or Power up. This demo shows you that you can trap card movement at board, list or card level.
For print bar code, it will mean retrieving and format what you need and send it to a print server. This server could sit at the endpoint that will do the actual printing an routing. Creating endpoints can be done in many ways. In the platform used about it will just be another http trigger to receive the data. The actual integration to your network and printers server specific to your environment
Found this for zebra(barcode) https://supportcommunity.zebra.com/s/article/Network-Printing-Python-Example?language=en_US
This level of integration definition need someone to define the printer so that a connection can be made. Not something Trello can do natively. Have not tried this. The only good news I can share bc is that the platform I am working on supports python. All the best. Perhaps someone else have better advise. Last barcode work I did was in 1990:)
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