PC/SC on Linux and Mac OS X with Mono

Introduction

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 (https://www.springcard.com/en/download/find/file/pcsc-sdk) has been updated, so that it now enables developers to write PC/SC applications in C#/.NET, that can execute on Windows, as well as on Linux and Mac OS X platforms.

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SpringCard PC/SC SDK VERSION 2016.03

The version 2016.03 of our PC/SC SDK is now available for download: pcsc-sdk_2016-03.zip.

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 is also available on GitHub.

This SDK contains a new version of MemoryCardTool, a new tool called “scriptorxv” and a serie of basic projects for beginners.

New SDK for SpringCard’s RDR products

The SDK for our RDR products has just been released. It concerns the following devices:

Complete programs are included : for example, a program that monitors a lits of readers, and talk to each one independantly (to set a buzzer, or a LED).

There are also more basic examples, like a command line application to retrieve the badge numbers, read on a specific reader.

The SDK provides both source code (in C, C# and java) and the compiled binaries.

It is available through a zip file, downloadable from our website. It can also be tracked and cloned from our Github repository.

Contact us for technical information or for commercial requests.