If you are planning to integrate scanning functions into your existing mobile app, the crucial question of whether you want to use a software development kit or program the features internally instead will inevitably arise at the beginning of the process. This guide will help you make a decision and demonstrate the benefits of an SDK.
Before we take a closer look at the various advantages of an SDK, let's answer the most basic question first: What is an SDK? An SDK is a software development kit, which contains a collection of different tools for software development. In the case of the Scanbot SDK, this collection includes documentation, tools, libraries, and examples. The benefit: This package is ready for immediate use, and does not need to be created lengthily and independently. Besides the components mentioned above, the Scanbot SDK also contains an introductory part and a number of use cases.
There are many reasons to integrate an SDK into your mobile app, instead of spending time and money writing your code. Take a look at the various benefits of the Scanbot SDK below:
There are many fundamental advantages to implementing an SDK in your existing app. However, it is up to you to decide which solution is ultimately the best for your company. In summary, however, creating functionality at the SDK level and the subsequent testing phase can take years, resulting in high cost and effort.
Suppose you are therefore considering the integration of a software development kit. In that case, there are four different packages available, all of which contain a diverse range of functions and can be selected individually for each use case. Here you can find an overview of the packages. Our experts will also be happy to advise you on your decision. Contact us today for information about the Scanbot SDK.
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