All-in-one wayfinding SDKs that speed development
Originally posted on https://logicjunction.com/wayfinding-sdks/
Whether your organization is building its first mobile app or re-writing an existing mobile application, you can deliver a complete wayfinding experience to your users through one of our wayfinding SDKs. LogicJunction’s Wayfinding SDK options offer a variety of integration methods that support organizations of all sizes and mobile development needs.
Benefits of LogicJunction’s Wayfinding SDK
Easy to Integrate
Roll out a robust, all-in-one experience through one integration point with your app’s user interface.
Leveraging our dedicated wayfinding development team significantly reduces cycle time.
Low Risk, High Speed
Mitigate risk and go to market faster with a stable, extensively tested codebase.
Reduce Tech Debt
With a plug-and-play option, decrease the burden of maintaining the codebase, release after release.
Our creative team works with you to ‘skin’ the wayfinding experience to meet your design specifications.
Secure and Scanned
Run secure code that has been scanned by Vericode — the leading provider of enterprise-class application security.
Mobile SDK Blue Dot Options
We currently offer full native and scriptable framework options.
Run close to the metal with native Android and iOS SDKs that leverage the best of what each platform has to offer.
Get native performance from cross-platform codebases include NativeScript and React Native.
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SDK Integration & Configuration
Our SDKs speed up the development process by enclosing a full wayfinding experience and packaging it, in total using view controllers — either UI Views in iOS or Activities Views in Android. Need to style the experience? No problem. Want to turn off features? No worries. We’ve got methods for that!
Method to Getting Directions:
Method to Enable Favorites:
It’s straightforward to configure various aspects of the experience, but we also haven’t gone overboard: we made some small trade-offs to avoid complexities and keep the implementation level low.
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