As documented at https://datalogic.github.io/android/overview, if you are an Android Studio Developer you can link the Datalogic SDK for Android Mobile Device to you app project in two different way:
- as a Maven dependency through the https://jitpack.io repository (see more at https://datalogic.github.io/android/overview#maven-dependency)
- as standard Android Studio SDK Add-on, summarized here https://datalogic.github.io/android-sdk-addon/addon.xml (use this link in Android Studio ), and published on Github though the project Releases · datalogic/android-sdk-addon · GitHub (see more at https://datalogic.github.io/android/overview#sdk-add-on)
If for any reason you do no want or you cannot link your project to these external repository or you prefer to include the Datalgic SDK as a Java dependency (include a .jar file into your java sources), you can retrieve a zip file of the most recent revision of our SDK (today 1.28), one for each target API (now to API-30 = Android 11 / Android “R”), from Releases · datalogic/android-sdk-addon · GitHub.
After selecting the most recent zip file (e.g. datalogic-sdk-v1.28-30.zip), extract the zips and browse the ‘libs’ folder.
Here you can find the .jar files of our SDK: the main “datalogic.jar” plus the optional and old “extension_selfshopping.jar” (for JoyaTouch only).
In case you need further information open a ticket by filling the module at this link
Mobile Products L3 Specialist SW Engineer