Android devices have a fixed amount of RAM for use by apps and the OS. Understanding memory allocation and management is important to assuring efficient and reliable operation of an app. Learn from Zebra developers how to best allocate and manage this limited resource.
The EMDK Barcode API provides applications with an ability to read the variety barcode labels using different scanner devices such as built-in imager/laser, built-in camera, Bluetooth ring scanners such as RS507 and RS600 and Pluggable ring scanner such as RS4000.
This guide describes the functionality of the Battery Intent API Interface.
This guide contains various EMDK for Android programming tips.
Includes code samples for properly programming an app to run on a device with multiple users.
This guide provides an overview on design points to be considered during the development of an application that notifies users using Notification API in the business application workflow.
The MC18 device provided by Zebra allows developers to easily create applications in the Personal Shopper category. This guide contains examples specific to using EMDK for Android with the MC18.
This guide provides the overview on getting the profile manager instance, profile XML, applying profiles, interpreting result returned by the Profile Manager Methods and the response XML schema for the developer to understand and configure the device based their application specific requirements.
Understand how to use the Secure Access Module APIs to perform secure NFC transactions.
How to communicate with devices connected to the serial and/or USB ports.
Understand how to use the Barcode APIs to capture a written signature as an image.
Understand how to use the SimulScan APIs to perform full document capture in your application. SimulScan involves capturing fields of interest in a given document and converting it into data that an end-user application can use immediately at the point of transaction.
The EMDK Barcode API exposes a UDI barcode scanning feature that provides applications with the ability to read UDI Labels from from three issuing agencies, GS1, HIBCC and ICCBBA.