August 7, 2015 at 10:17 am #53270
We bought the ACR35-A1, our intention is to build an app able to read/write NDEF messages, but unfortunately, it seems there is not enough info to create an app with such features, I have downloaded the iOS SDK from: http://www.acs.com.hk/en/driver/341/acr35-nfc-mobilemate-card-reader/
and the entire set from: https://github.com/flomio/flomio_ios, but I could not see any thing related to NDEF messages in the SDK)
*I have read that FloJack V2 and ARC35 is the same thing(rebranded), therefore, I have tested also with the FloJack SDK(https://github.com/flomio/flomio_ios/tree/master/FloJack) but the result is the same.
Could you please guide me through the right way by telling me where can I find some information/documentation about reading and writing NDEF messages with a ACR35?
Additionally, I have seen that with a payment of $24.99 we could get the Flomio SDK assigned with my device ID, is this correct?, Do we need to update our device in order to rich our goals?
*As a feedback, the documentation is a bit confuse.
Thanks a lot in advance.August 7, 2015 at 11:36 am #53271
Hi Christian, we don’t have any documentation (yet) about the features of the Flomio SDK but reading and writing NDEF messages is one of them. The main reason is because this is still in beta and our developer site in development.
To upgrade a standard ACR35 to use the Flomio SDK, all we need is your device ID and a payment of $24.99. You can read more information on how to get your device ID here. You will need to send us the device ID and payment via PayPal for us to add it to our license server and send you a link to the Flomio SDK. Once you download the SDK bundle you will find instructions on how to build a simple tag logger application using the SDK on iOS. Then inside your ViewController and with our SDK delegates and API, you’ll be able to read and write NDEF messages once tags are presented to the reader.
RE: Bad documentation. We are working to get better at this. What in particular was confusing to you as you read through the information? What pages/sections/paragraphs would you make better and more explanatory?
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