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macOS NFC Browser | Posts NFC & NDEF On Webpages

macOS NFC Browser Easily Posts NFC Records To Webpages First you need an easy way to post NDEF records from NFC tags to web pages in the browser. Secondly, it’s easy for users so they don’t need to tap in fields to get focus before NFC reads. Third, you need to post multiple NDEF records on the web page with a single NFC tag read. Use the macOS NFC Browser – iScanBrowser iOS runs on macOS with Apple M1 silicon and later. Install iScanBrowser From Apple App Store To get

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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

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iOS Enter/Return Solution idChamp® RS4x

iOS Enter/Return Solution – Cursor Focus Fails To Move After Post You’re using an RFID-NFC-Barcode reader on iOS that sends [ENTER] or [RETURN] character and after the scan. The scanner/reader you use connects to iOS in wireless keyboard mode. However, you find the focus does NOT move to the next field or next line after the scan. This post shows the iOS Enter/Return Solution for the idChamp RS4x RFID-NFC Reader-Writer. This solution may work for other scanners also. The core reason that your cursor fails to move after your barcode

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Read Write RI-TRP-DR2B-40 RFID Glass Transponder

Read & write RI-TRP-DR2B-40 RFID transponder. The idChamp® DX1 LF RFID reader/writer provides just the solution you need. The DX1 reads – and writes when supported by the chip – using the HDX & FDX protocols. Read & Write 134.2kHz RFID Chips You can write from iOS devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. This works for all apps using apps supporting the serialio.com SDM. Alternately, if you prefer Android use your Android tablet or smartphone. Moreover, Contact serialio.com to provide your solution for Windows and MacOS. Your flexibility is unmatched

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How to Submit a Log for iScanBrowser (iOS)

1. Navigate to iScanBrowser’s settings page by tapping on the gear icon located on the floating taskbar. 2. Scroll down to the bottom of the settings page until you see a button labeled “Upload log to cloud.” 3. Tap on “Upload log to cloud.” 4. Enter your name (so we know who to associate the log or bug report with) and the password for log uploading. You can get the log password from the Serialio representative you’re working with. If you aren’t currently working with a Serialio representative, contact us

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iScanBrowser Appearance Settings (iOS)

This document provides information regarding the appearance settings for iScanBrowser (iOS). To access iScanBrowser’s appearance settings, navigate to iScanBrowser’s settings page by tapping on the gear icon located on the floating taskbar. Then locate the section labeled “Appearance Settings.” Enable Fullscreen Mode To enable fullscreen mode, toggle the slider to the far right of “Fullscreen.” Enable Orientation Lock To enable orientation lock, tap on the option labeled “Orientation lock.” Then select the mode in which you want to lock the orientation: System orientation (default) Portrait Portrait Upside Down Landscape left

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iScanBrowser Web Form Rules (iOS)

This documentation provides information and instruction pertaining to iScanBrowser’s Web From Rules. About Web Form Rules Web Form Rules are divided into two categories; Active Page Rules and New Page Rules. Active Page Rules are used to send data from the scanner to the currently loaded web page. New Page Rules will load a new URL and set the value of the target input to the new page. When new data is sent from a scanner, the application first goes through a list of Active Page Rules, trying to apply

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iScanBrowser Triggers (iOS)

iScanBrowser triggers allow you to map a specific button (either in the floating taskbar or floating) to trigger a read action to the associated barcode scanner, RFID scanner, or UniMag reader. The floating trigger can also be assigned to trigger a read from the iOS CoreNFC reader. To access iScanBrowser’s trigger settings, navigate to iScanBrowser’s settings page by tapping on the gear icon located on the floating taskbar. Then locate the subsection labeled “Triggers Scanner Setup.” About the Triggers Trigger #1 — RFID Trigger #1 can be assigned to any

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iScanBrowser Serial Device Manager (iOS)

This document provides information and instruction related to using the Serial Device Manager (SDM) for iOS, which is built into iScanBrowser. You can access the SDM by tapping on the SDM icon from the floating taskbar. Pair with a Bluetooth Device The main page of the Serial Device Manager is where you’ll be able to pair with, manage, and disconnect from your Bluetooth devices. Scanners in HID mode (already paired within iOS Bluetooth Settings) will appear beneath “CONNECTED DEVICES,” scanners in MFi mode, will appear in the section labeled “MFi

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