Category: SDK

  • Using NXP TapLinx SDK with SpringCard PC/SC couplers

    NXP TapLinx SDK (formerly Mifare SDK) is an high-level sofware library provided by NXP to work with their Mifare, Desfire, NTAG and ICode products. Written in Java, the TapLinx library has been initially developed for Android, running over Android’s NfcAdapter object to communicate with the contactless cards or NFC tags through the tablet’s or smartphone’s […]

  • PC/SC on Linux and Mac OS X with Mono

    One the goals of the Mono project is to make Microsoft .NET applications runnable on Unix systems. Using Mono, it is therefore now possible to maintain a single C#/.NET code base, that runs on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. In this context, SpringCard’s PC/SC SDK ( has been updated, so that it now enables […]

  • SpringCard PC/SC SDK VERSION 2016.03

    The version 2016.03 of our PC/SC SDK is now available for download: You can use it with our products in the SpringCard CSB6 Family (CSB6, Prox’N’Roll PC/SC, EasyFinger and CrazyWriter), with our products in the H663 family (Prox’N’Roll HSP PC/SC, CrazyWriter HSP, TwistyWriter HSP, CSB HSP) and our NFC readers/encoders (H512, NFC’Roll). This SDK […]

  • New SDK for SpringCard’s RDR products

    SpringCard’s SDK for RDR products