Step-by-step instructions for developing an application for a Zebra scanner using the Scanner SDK for Windows.
In this video we will go over Zebra's Scanner SDK for Windows and how it allows you create fully features applications, capture images, easily set parameters, upgrade firmware and more.
With the Scanner SDKs for Windows and Linux, a developer can create an application that fully controls their scanner from a computer. This high level walk through (9 minutes) exposes users to the following SDK topics. 1. One app will work on all similar scanners 2. Complete control of the scanner 3. Corescanner: The engine that powers the SDK 4. Common Implementations 5. Free source code 6. Development tools and environments 7. Communication interfaces 8. Supported Operating Systems (OS)
Instructions for loading your Scanner SDK for Windows and validating it is operating properly. To learn more about Zebra's Scanner SDK for Windows visit: https://goo.gl/mKNsnh
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The SDK installation package includes following components.
Requirements to run the SDK
Scanner Models Versus Communication Modes
For an up-to-date table listing scanner models and their supported communication modes refer to the Scanner SDK for Windows website at: http://www.zebra.com/scannersdkforwindows.
Installing the SDK
Step-by-Step Installation Instructions
There are three Windows services installed with the CoreScanner driver in a default installation...
Switching between modes & configuring the settings
Basic Installation Verification
You can perform a basic inspection on your system process list to verify a successful installation of the Zebra Scanner SDK.
Silent Unattended Installation of the Scanner SDK
The CoreScanner driver and the Scanner SDK require the Microsoft 2012 C++ Redistributable Package which automatically installs if it is does not already exist on the host PC.
This chapter provides information about testing and evaluation of the Zebra Scanner SDK's software components using the test utilities provided in the SDK.
Test Utilities Provided in the SDK
The Zebra Scanner SDK includes the following test utilities...
How to Verify Scanner SDK Functionality
This section guides you through a series of use cases and test cases of the Zebra Scanner SDK and its functionality.
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