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Ever wondered what would happen if you gave a Zebra access to every database in the world? See what Zebra can share when you go beyond the data. What if your scanner could give you not just the data you scanned, but real insights on that data? Scan a UPC and see not just the numbers, but the name, current price range around the world, and images of that product. Scan a book and get reviews and author bio, or scan a medical device and learn about active recalls.
In this webinar, the current generation Zebra handhelds based on SD660 processors such as the PS20, TC52 and TC72 are all capable of high accuracy indoor positioning using the Signify (formerly Philips Lighting) VLC solution which uses LED lighting to provide location beacons.
From gingerbread to honeycomb, and marshmallow to éclair, each version of Android changes the behavior of how your applications work. Documentation of these changes is readily available for consumers but for app developers, detailed information on the implications of each version are less prevalent.
Zebra’s new Restricted GMS feature is designed to bridge the gap between the previous generation of non-GMS (AOSP) devices and the current generation of GMS devices, providing the value-added features of GMS whilst addressing any associated privacy concerns. Learn the latest on this next DEVTALK.
Presented by: Darryn Campbell, Software Architect, Zebra Technologies
123RFID is a free Windows utility for deploying a Zebra RFID fixed reader. Now, you no longer need to be an expert to deploy RFID – setup and optimization of RFID readers is unbelievably simple. The intuitive wizard presents easy to understand options in drop-down menus, radio buttons and sliders. And if you have questions, you can find the answers, right inside the tool using built-in help and how-to-videos.
Learn more about Enterprise Browser 2.0 (EB) with new, exciting features such as Voice readiness and an SAP EB Bundle simplifying configuration and deployment for SAP. Developers discover more about EB 2.0 how it can help you when developing on the enterprise platform.
The Link-OS team has made a number of updates to the .NET SDK. It now supports Xamarin, .NET Core, and .NET Framework. This webinar will review how to use this updated library to code once and adds printing functionality to multiple frameworks. We'll walk through some of the new capabilities for this library with Xamarin.