Interest in the Cloud Connect for RFID Data Services product has been high since we launched a few weeks ago. More information about the Cloud Connect for RFID services can be found on the Developer Portal here: https://developer.zebra.com/apis/cloud-connect-rfid
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Zebra is proud to bring our developer community our newest set of Data Services products. Cloud Connect for RFID is a comprehensive set of services that developers and partners can use to streamline and reduce the upfront cost of RFID integration.
Manufacturing, supply-chain services, retail and healthcare industry databases contain a wealth of information about numerous products that can be tracked with barcodes. When frontline workers can scan barcodes and instantly access those databases, they can make better decisions.
We've added a new feature to the Developer Portal recently that allows you to easily find old forum and blog posts you created. You can find this page under the “My Account” menu. The link is called “My Content”.
Zebra has been working with several partners in our early adopter program for Zebra Savanna Data Services. As we have rolled out the services, we put together video case studies around these partners and how they are using Zebra Savanna. We recently posted the second of these videos around our partnership with Doddle. Also be sure to check out our video with StayLinked! Find out what you can do with Zebra Savanna and what it can do for your business.
Announcing Zebra Savanna Data Services! Now available on the Zebra Developer Portal!
It's not every day that Zebra announces something like a brand new Data Services platform launch. For the past several years, we’ve been working diligently to build a system where we can open up edge data driven services. We are now able to make a number of services available as self-service on the Zebra Savanna page.
Services that we are providing as full production are in two product categories:
Hello Programmers! I’m back again with my series on printing from within websites. This time I’m going to talk about using a client program to print.
The downside is that, until recently, you had to write a client program for every OS you wanted to support with your website. There is still the possibility that you may want to do that, but there are now several options to serve this need.