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Here are 3 starter apps to kick off your NFC development for Android. These apps were originally created for _Professional Android Sensor Development_ published by Wrox Press and forked from the book's _Great Android Sensing Toolkit_ library available on github: https://github.com/pchen/gast-lib

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README: nfc-starter-apps

This repo contains 3 starter apps to kick off your NFC development for Android.

These apps were originally created for Professional Android Sensor Programming written by Greg Milette & Adam Stroud and published by Wrox Press, then forked from the book's Great Android Sensing Toolkit (GAST) library. I am the contributing author of Chapter 11: Near Field Communication (NFC) and a contributing co-author for Chapter 10: Android Open Accessory.

How to get started with NFC development

  • In Eclipse, use the **File > Import > Existing Projects into Workspace ** option to import individual or all app projects into the current Eclipse workspace.

Simple NFC Inventory: Shows off basic reading and writing of NFC tags using NDEF formatting. Works on Gingerbread devices and up.

P2P NFC Inventory: Builds off of SimpleNFCInventory by adding peer-to-peer support. Use this for pre-ICS devices (e.g. Gingerbread), otherwise use BeamNFCInventory.

Beam NFC Inventory: Builds off of SimpleNFCInventory by adding peer-to-peer support using the new ICS (Android 4.0) Beam APIs.

To learn more about NFC

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License

All the code is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license. See LICENSE.txt for license details.

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