The Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK for iOS supports all iOS devices with a built-in camera: iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 4, and all camera-containing iPad’s. As shown in our demo video, the Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK for iOS allows lightning fast barcode scanning independent of the barcode orientation.
The Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK for Android supports all Android devices with a built-in camera and Android OS 2.1 and higher. As shown in our Android demo video, the Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK for Android allows lightning fast barcode scanning independent of the barcode symbology.
The Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK for Windows supports Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 (UWP) devices with a built-in camera. Our support for Universal Windows Platform (UWP) means that developer can deploy enterprise-grade barcode scanning capability for a whole range of different devices at once: Windows phones, tablets, laptops and even embedded devices.
Using Scandit’s Barcode Scanner SDK for Linux, customers can combine low-cost computing platforms such as the Raspberry Pi, commodity cameras and our premium barcode scanner software to provide outstanding scanning performance that rivals the performance of the conventional, more expensive barcode imager modules offered by traditional AIDC manufacturers.
At Scandit, we have optimized our Barcode Scanner SDK to bring enterprise-grade barcode scanning to wearable devices, including Google Glass and the Samsung Galaxy Gear.
Mobile App Development Frameworks
By using an app development framework, companies can quickly create apps across platforms, reducing time to market. With these frameworks, developers can code in the languages they are most familiar with, leveraging a single code repository.