iPhone Write & Post NDEF Data On Any Page

iPhone Write & Post NDEF Records On Any Webpage

iPhone Write & Post NDEF. First, you use iScanBrowser iOS to write NDEF records using the iPhone built-in NFC. Second, you decide to enter the NDEF data to write, using iScanBrowser, or a webpage. Third, tap write option on iScanBrowser app, or use submit button on your webpage to initiate the NDEF data write. Finally, you use iScanBrowser Web Form Rules (WFR) technology to post NDEF records to any fields on any webpage.

Decide How NDEF Data Will Be Entered To Write To NFC Tag

Decide how you enter the NDEF data to write. First you can enter the NDEF records directly with iScanBrowser’s convenient UI. Alternately, you decide you want to enter the NDEF data on a webpage. This data entered on the webpage fields, is written as NDEF records on the NFC tags. When  using iScanBrowser to enter records, use the NFC icon on the toolbar.

iScanBrowser Write NDEF Records iPhone Built In NFC iPhone Write & Post NDEF

First tap “Add record” then enter the NDEF record data.  Alternately, use an option like “Use current page title” to define NDEF record. iScanBrowser Write NDEF Records iPhone Built In NFC define NDEF data to write

iScanBrowser iOS Writes NDEF Records From Webpage Using iPhone

Your application needs for NDEF data records to be entered on on a webpage. First you create a webpage for user to enter NDEF records. Secondly you define a submit button on the webpage, user taps this and iScanBrowser writes NDEF data with iPhone. Thirdly you enter the iScanBrowser tag requirements on the webpage, the tags direct iScanBrowser write actions.

 iPhone Write & Post NDEF example showing entering NDEF records on webpage to write. Next, posting NDEF records read with iPhone built-in NFC to webpage fields using Web Form Rules (WFR).

First you define your website webpage with fields for user to enter NDEF records.

iPhone Write & Post NDEF Enter NDEF records to write on website

Secondly, the user taps the submit button on the webpage, in this case “Write NDEF”. Next the iPhone prompts for the tag to be placed to the iPhone NFC at the top of the iPhone. 

iPhone Write NDEF records from website using iPhone NFC

Now place the NFC-RFID tag near the iPhone NFC, iScanBrowser gets NDEF data from webpage and writes with iPhone. iPhone then shows Successfully Written.

NDEF data on website written with iPhone NFC successfully written


Multiple NDEF Records From NFC Tag Post To Consecutive Webpage Fields

Next, you will validate the NDEF data written with the iPhone using iScanBrowser to post the NDEF records. First we have Web Form Rule defined to read NDEF records, then open a webpage and post them. See iScanBrowser documentation for information on Web Form Rules (WFR). Secondly we have an iScanBrowser floating button defined to read the NDEF data from the tag.

iScanBrowser floating button triggers NFC data read on iPhone

The iPhone prompts you to place the NFC tag near the iPhone built-in NFC reader. 

iPhone Built In NFC Post NDEF Ready to Scan Hold NFC tag near top center of your iPhone

Initially iScanBrowser reads the NDEF data from the NFC badge. Next NDEF records are posted sequentially to the defined fields on the webpage as defined by the WFR. The webpage fields where NDEF records are posted are down on the page, so you see the page top.

iPhone Write & Post NDEF NDEF Records posted from iPhone to consecutive Webpage fields

Now scroll down on the page, and see the NDEF records posted from the NFC tag by the iPhone. You see the three NDEF records written to the consecutive fields on the target webpage.

Note about iOS built-in NFC reader messaging. iOS will show “Mifare Ultralight” for all the following NFC chip/tag types Ultralight EV1, NTAG210, NTAG212, NTAG213, NTAG213f, NTAG215, NTAG216, NTAG216f, NTAG I2C, Ultralight C, NTAG203.

Post multiple NDEF Records from iPhone to Any Webpage consecutive fields

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