With technologies constantly improving, NXP updates itself from its Mifare SDK to TapLinx. TapLinx supports the company’s Mifare, NTAG, and iCode products while allowing ‘smoother and faster’ creation of Android-based NFC mobile applications.
According to NXP, for those interested in making an NFC application for their Android smartphones, the original development app was Mifare SDK however the application will not exist anymore but the customers will get product support.
TapLinx Javadoc application will be much quicker as it has lower level of commands. With TapLinx, the developer will not have to scratch for details regarding complex data sheets as they are able to ensure that the developers feel at ease with the Mifare, NTAG and iCode products.
Supporting all three of these product families, TapLinx has over 20 product variations. With TapLinx one-stop-shop, you can create Android apps, exchange support and purchase NFC products and also engage with many partners.
For further details about TapLinx, the company will be hosting a free webinar to share more information on the 5th of October, 2016.
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