WinSoft NFC.NET Library For Android V1.0
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How to Use WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0 to Develop NFC Applications
NFC (Near Field Communication) is a wireless technology that allows devices to communicate with each other over short distances. NFC can be used for various purposes, such as contactless payments, smart cards, access control, and data exchange.
If you are a .NET developer who wants to create NFC applications for Android devices, you might be interested in WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0. This library is a wrapper for the Android NFC API that simplifies the use of NFC features in your .NET applications.
In this article, we will show you how to use WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0 to develop NFC applications. We will cover the following topics:
How to install and configure the library
How to read and write NFC tags
How to send and receive NFC messages
How to handle NFC events
By the end of this article, you will be able to use WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0 to create your own NFC applications.
How to Install and Configure the Library
To use WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0, you need to have the following requirements:
A Windows PC with Visual Studio 2019 or later
An Android device with NFC support and Android 4.4 or later
A USB cable to connect your device to your PC
The WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0 DLL file
You can download the WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0 DLL file from here. Once you have downloaded the file, you need to add it as a reference in your Visual Studio project.
To do that, follow these steps:
Create a new or open an existing Xamarin.Android project in Visual Studio.
Right-click on the References folder in the Solution Explorer and select Add Reference.
Click on the Browse button and navigate to the folder where you saved the WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0 DLL file.
Select the file and click on OK.
Click on OK again to add the reference to your project.
Now you have added the library to your project, you need to enable the NFC feature in your Android manifest file. To do that, follow these steps:
Open the Properties folder in the Solution Explorer and double-click on the AndroidManifest.xml file.
In the Application tab, click on the Add button under Required permissions.
Select android.permission.NFC from the list and click on OK.
Save and close the file.
You have now installed and configured the library for your project. You are ready to use it in your code.
How to Read and Write NFC Tags
NFC tags are small devices that store data that can be read by NFC-enabled devices. You can use WinSoft NFC.NET Library for Android v1.0 to read and write data to NFC tags in various formats, such as NDEF (NFC Data Exchange Format), Mifare Classic, Mifare Ultralight, ISO 15693, and ISO 14443.
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