How to Develop a Xamarin App with Integrated Data Capture Functionality

 

Walk through the ins and outs of application development using Xamarin and data capture integration with Socket Mobile Software Engineer, Matt Robbins. Xamarin, developed by Microsoft, is an open-source developer toolkit used for creating native, cross-platform, desktop, and web applications. Since its official launch in 2016, developers have continued to use the Xamarin framework to build cross-platform Android and iOS apps using .NET and C#.

Socket Mobile includes support for Xamarin in their CaptureSDK developer tool kit. Integrated into thousands of applications, CaptureSDK provides easy-to-use software tools for optimal data capture performance and efficiency. Xamarin is just one of the many developer tools that allow Socket's CaptureSDK to deliver a new level of control and adaptability for application developers.

Matt will dive into an interactive walkthrough demonstrating app creation using Xamarin, CaptureSDK, and data capture integration. The webinar will also feature LIVE Q&A throughout to answer questions directly from participants. We look forward to having you join us on June 29th!

An Overview of What will be Covered in the Webinar: 

  • App registration through Socket Mobile developer portal 
  • Updating info.plist and and Android manifest. 
  • Setting up the app using Xamain Forms 
  • Importing the Nuget package from Nuget.org 
  • Utilizing SDK for lifecycle events (opening capture, updating device list, etc.) 
  • Opening the capture client using registration credentials 
  • Managing receiving data events (Decoded Data) 
  • Connecting a data capture device with Socket's Companion App 
  • Create a capture instance for connected device 
  • How to get and set a property once a device is connected  

Speaker Bio:  

Originally from the UK, Matt Robbins has been working for over 5 years developing applications for many different platforms, including iOS, Android and Windows. Currently, he is an SDK Engineer at Socket Mobile, where he is working on a software development kit that developers utilize to incorporate barcode or NFC chip readers into their applications. Previously. Matt was working as a software development consultant at Productive Edge in Chicago delivering applications for clients in a wide variety of industries. 

 

 

 

 

How to Develop a Xamarin App with Integrated Data Capture Functionality 

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