Android, iOS and Windows Phone

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DegiJe00
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Android, iOS and Windows Phone

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Hi,
I would like to know if the SDK has been tested on Android, iOS and/or Windows Phone ?
I would like to create a mobile client, and would be especially interested in the C++ (or C) SDK to have a cross-plaftorm core in the app (Android and iOS can run C/C++ code, and WP should do it in a near future).
Thank you,
JB

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Re: Android, iOS and Windows Phone

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Hi

we have already successfully ported our SDK to iOS and Android.
(You can download our own Android Demo-Client here: http://www.unified-automation.com/downl ... ients.html)
But these are tier3 platforms as you can see here:
http://www.unified-automation.com/produ ... pport.html

This means we don't build or regularly test on these platforms. But it proves that it technically works.

We have not tested Windows Phone 8 yet. It works on 32bit and 64bit Windows and WinCE. So it will work also on Windows8 (x86) which still has a Win32 API. But WinRT (ARM) is different. There is a complete new Windows API which will require a new platform layer for our SDK.
Also this is possible, but porting requires some work.

regards,
Unified Automation Team

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Thank you for your answer!
JB

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