The Zebra Scanner SDK for Android enables cordless scanners to be connected and controlled by a tablet / smart phone without using a cradle, after pairing over Bluetooth.
The Scanner Software Development Kit (SDK) for Chrome allows developers to create Chrome apps. These apps can be run on any Chromebook and Chromium device. In addition, these apps can be run within a Windows Chrome browser version 69 or newer.
The Software Development Kit (SDK) for Linux enables a developer to create an application that can control a Zebra scanner. The SDK also includes a JPOS driver for Linux.
This guide provides information about the Zebra OPOS Driver which enables bar code data communication between any scanner and an OPOS compliant POS application via either a USB (IBM Hand-held and SNAPI) or RS-232 (Wincor-Nixdorf Mode B and SSI) connection.
This guide provides information about the Zebra Scanner Software Developer Kit (SDK) - an architectural framework providing a single programming interface across multiple programming languages and across multiple system environments for all scanners communication variants (such as IBMHID, SNAPI, SSI, HIDKB, Nixdorf Mode B, etc.).