DescriptionDevelopment tool for Near Field Communications. Use your mobile and computer together in an effective workflow.
From your computer, open the online NDEF editor at http://ndefeditor.com or get the Eclipse plugin at http://code.google.com/p/nfc-eclipse-plugin/ for a file-based editor.
Once your NFC message is composed, the editor automagically generate a special QR code. This Android app lets you scan that code and write to NFC tags or beam to other devices. Also supports:
- Auto-detect and preview of various data types
- Load/save to file, email as attachment
- Writing tags as read-only
- Reading tags and beams
- NFC Intent broadcasts
- Pretty printing previews of XML and JSON
The Eclipse plugin site contains an Android project boilerplate and other useful links.
This application is intended for developers who want to get quickly set up with some NFC experimentation and development.
Non-NFC devices are supported through the use of broadcast intent (like the FakeTagsActivity Android example).
Please note that the auto-detection of binary payload is no exact science. But if you are working with XML or JSON formats you'll love it! :-)