Listed below are details on demos you can use to successfully demonstrate various Link-OS features and applications.
It's recommended that Zebra Setup Utilities is used to configure your printer and send files to it.
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Customized cloud hosted edition of Printer Profile Manager Enterprise to enable you to connect your own printer and experience our comprehensive Link-OS printer management application.
Demonstrate how you can manage your Link-OS printers directly from the SOTI MobiControl environment.
Demonstrate how to manage Link-OS Bluetooth connected printers via an Android device from Printer Profile Manager Enterprise or SOTI MobiControl.
This demo shows how Link-OS printers can capture print data and send it to a Cloud hosted application for conversion or processing.
This application and it's source code are provided in the Link-OS SDK. Securely connect your Link-OS printer to a server based application running on premise or in the Cloud.
Print price markdown labels and valet parking tickets. Pair a Bluetooth scanner with a QLn320 - the scanned barcode data is sent via the printer to a cloud application where it's processed. Labels/tickets are then printed. Send data from the demo webpage and see it on the printer display. This demo application is hosted on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.
This demo uses a ZBI application to process the scanned barcode and generate a price markdown label. This demo can be used where internet connectivity is not available.
Browser Print allows cloud-based applications to print via a browser to user’s network or USB connected printers.
This demo shows how the whitelisting feature can restrict access to the printer and how certificates can be used to provide HTTPS access to the printer, including encrypting data being sent to the printer using HTTPS POST.
This demo uses certificates and a sample Java application to demonstrate sending label data over a TLS connection.
This demo shows how printing can be achieved from a browser using the HTTP POST method to POST data to the printer.
This demo shows how Link-OS printers can issue alerts to a web server that's listening for HTTP POST requests.
This demo shows how the SDK command line options can be used in scripts.