There is a difference between RFID and NFC. I will have to look more at
the Nexus, but I thought I was pretty sure that there are no android or ios
devices that can read RFID tags.
On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 10:25 AM, Peter TB Brett <peter.br...@livecode.com>
> On 19/09/2016 15:16, Mike Kerner wrote:
>> The RFID is tricky because right now, there is no hardware capability in
>> either ios or android, so you need to attach external peripherials. We
>> need to narrow down the hardware options, because the communication with
>> them is going to be the sticky wicket.
> That's interesting -- devices like my Nexus 5 have NFC capability that I
> believe is compatible with quite a few RFID devices (e.g. MIFARE). What
> standards are you targeting?
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