Top Three New NFC Features of Windows 10

Windows 10 Mobile now added Host Card Emulation (HCE) support to enable these new scenarios.

A guest blog post by Andreas Jakl, Tieto Especially in enterprise and industry scenarios, both NFC and Windows are equally important. While Windows 8 already started exploring NFC features, Microsoft went a lot further with Windows 10.  The new operating system version finally enables easy development of sophisticated NFC apps with standard platform APIs, to […]

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Working with Android’s HCE, libnfc, and Chrome-NFC

NFC Developer Tip for Android Developers

A guest blog by Justin Ribeiro, Stickman Ventures If you’ve taken a look at the slides from Neel Rao’s Android HCE presentation, you’ll note that the Android’s host-based card emulation is incredibly powerful. As a developer you can create your own NFC conversation in any manner you like. The question that often comes up is “How do I […]

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Android HCE- An intro to the world of NFC

NFC in Android Development, #HCE

Last week the NFC Forum had the pleasure of attending, sponsoring and exhibiting at AnDevCon in San Francisco. During the Android App classes Neel Rao, Associate Product Manager at Google, gave a fantastic talk on Android HCE — An intro into the world of NFC. Here’s an overview by Neel of his presentation: In these slides […]

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Four Cool Things You Can Do With Host Card Emulation

For #android developers: Android Implementation of Card Emulation Mode

A guest blog by David Shalaby, TapTrack Since the release of Android 4.4 (KitKat), the NFC community has been buzzing about the possibilities that Host Card Emulation (HCE) allows. At TapTrack, I am frequently asked about HCE and what it means in the grand scheme of things. In this article, I will define what card emulation […]

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