November 20, 2014 at 6:40 am #28542
First the question, in order to use FloJack to read tags, is the FloJack api enough? On github there’s a ACR35 Audio jack project. Should this be used too?
I’ve just setup the xcode project to test FloJack. For a start, I just want to read the tag. I have included FJNFCAdapter.h and have a code like:
let _nfcAdapter = FJNFCAdapter()
_nfcAdapter.delegate = self
The last line I saw in FloJackExample project. And also implemented required methods from FJNFCAdapterDelegate. The build is ok. When I start the app, in console I have:
2014-11-20 11:22:32.828 Flomio[222:12270] FJNFCAdapter init
2014-11-20 11:22:33.030 Flomio[222:12270] Inited FJNCServices
2014-11-20 11:22:33.031 Flomio[222:12270] inited FloBLEUart
2014-11-20 11:22:33.043 Flomio[222:12298] [info] VOLUME_OK
2014-11-20 11:22:33.067 Flomio[222:12270] Floble sendMessageDataToHost 0e:04:01:0b
2014-11-20 11:22:33.163 Flomio[222:12270] Current Route: HeadsetInOut
2014-11-20 11:22:33.173 Flomio[222:12298] Floble sendMessageDataToHost 0c:05:00:0c:05
2014-11-20 11:22:33.193 Flomio[222:12270] centralManagerDidUpdateState supports 5
2014-11-20 11:22:33.194 Flomio[222:12270] starting scan 6E400001-B5A3-F393-E0A9-E50E24DCCA9E
Then I put the tag on the FloJack, wirless conection, but nothing happen. I guess that didScanTag should be called when tag is read? But the didHaveStatus is called and it’s 3 and 4, which is good.
When I run FloJackExample, Read buttons doesn’t do anything also…
Can you help?
Thanks.November 20, 2014 at 6:53 am #28545
Just to mention that I was testing the same tag on MobileMate and there I got the response, so the tag is ok.November 24, 2014 at 3:24 pm #29399
Hey Bosko, sorry for the confusion. The ACR35 is the right driver to use (ACR35 folder in flomio_ios repo), not the FloJack driver (FloJack folder in flomio_ios repo). We are in the process of taking the higher level functions (tag handshake, NDEF parser, connect/disconnect, alerts, etc) of the FloJack project and consolidating them into a Flomio SDK library that will work across all the devices we sell. This is the architecture we’re building:
Until the Flomio SDK is released and the NFC Actions app updated with it, you will need to add this functionality yourself on top of the ACR35 driver. Customers who purchased FloJacks will be able to use the Flomio SDK as we’ve shipped the units with preloaded license keys. These license keys allow for the SDK functions to be enabled for FloJacks whereas the less expensive but hardware equivalent ACR35s will be not be granted access.
Our Flomio SDK is coming along well with a few more features still needing to be completed and then tested. We estimate that we should have this released by December 1st, 2014.December 20, 2014 at 6:08 pm #34197
Any update on timing for the SDK release?
JeffFebruary 7, 2015 at 12:03 am #42248
Nothing yet but we have all the moving parts, just been a struggle to put them all in a shareable form. We’ll get there soon enough and blast an email to all those that bought FloJacks.April 20, 2015 at 4:17 pm #52677
Any word on this? This would be very helpful.
SkylarApril 20, 2015 at 5:58 pm #52678
Hey Skylar, we have released the Flomio SDK in beta for customers that have purchased more than $1200 in products from us. This allows us to limit the amount of support tickets while incentivizing our community members to get some “skin in the game”. As we learn more from our beta users and get the SDK to a level of quality that won’t inundate us with bug fix requests, then we’ll get it out to everyone else.August 16, 2015 at 6:01 am #53322
Hi Richard, I noticed you have been giving other people some dropbox links to the beta version of the SDK, the last one was from 5 days ago. I have downloaded it. Just wondering if that is the latest beta version and if that version addresses the concerns expressed in this and some similar entries. Again, we are very keen on starting working on a project with it, but before we move resources we want to know where are we standing at. Let me know. Cheers.
PS/ Also what is the current estimate for the release version of the SDKAugust 17, 2015 at 3:43 pm #53328
Yup, we’ve been having some success with the Flomio SDK and our enterprise customers. Assuming you’ve downloaded it from this thread and have version 1.4 listed in the README file, then that’s the latest.
Current estimate for our first formal release of the Flomio SDK is end of October, 2015. We hope to have it sooner but know how our development schedule can slide.
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