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<nowiki>*</nowiki> If your language does not provide a code example for your Phidget, we recommend the following:
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<nowiki>*</nowiki> Objective C has examples for all devices in macOS, but only some devices in iOS. If you're developing an Objective C program for iOS, we recommend that you use the existing examples while referencing the macOS examples for the devices that don't have iOS examples.
*Reference the {{Phidget22API}} for your Phidget. The API will provide information about all the functions available to use with your Phidget.
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*Take a look at the code samples that ''are'' available in your language. These will give you an idea of how to structure your code.
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*Reference the code samples for your Phidget in other programming languages.
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Revision as of 19:51, 14 June 2018

Language Support

We provide support for a variety of programming languages. Each language has code samples for you to use as well as an in-depth API for you to reference. If you aren't sure which language to use, we recommend using a Core Language:

Language Libraries Code Samples OS Support
Core Languages
C Sharp C# Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Windows OS - OS X OS - Linux
C C Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Windows OS - OS X OS - Linux
Python Python Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Windows OS - OS X OS - Linux
Java Java Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Windows OS - OS X OS - Linux
Java Android Java Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Android
Other Languages
javascript JavaScript Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Windows OS - OS X OS - Linux
Visual Basic .NET Visual Basic .NET Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Windows
Cocoa Swift Quick Downloads All Devices OS - OS XOS - iOS
ObjC Objective C Quick Downloads Some Devices* OS - OS XOS - iOS
LabVIEW LabVIEW Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Windows
Max/MSP Max/MSP Quick Downloads All Devices OS - Windows OS - OS X

* Objective C has examples for all devices in macOS, but only some devices in iOS. If you're developing an Objective C program for iOS, we recommend that you use the existing examples while referencing the macOS examples for the devices that don't have iOS examples.