Sample Application: Near Field Communication (NFC)

Published: 09/28/2012, Last Updated: 09/28/2012

Abstract

This sample application shows how to use the Windows* 8 Proximity API for NFC (Near Field Communication). The Application is written in JavaScript*. The application first advertises the device via NFC and then finds the peer device to connect. After the device connects to the peer device, then it can send a message to the peer device.

Article

Sample Windows* Store App for NFC

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nfcsdpsample.zip

Additional Resources

Windows* 8 Code Samples

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Intel sample sources are provided to users under the Intel Sample Source Code License Agreement.

About the Author

Cristiano is a software applications engineer with Intel's Software and Solutions Group. Over the past year, Cristiano has worked nearly exclusively with Microsoft* Windows 8 and Intel's new tablet platforms, and has a written a variety of Windows Store applications.

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