Xamarin.Wikitude.SDK.JS 9.5.0

The Wikitude Xamarin Component enables C# developers to embed an augmented reality view into their Xamarin project. One can create a fully featured app with advanced augmented reality features including
* image recognition and tracking (online and on-device)
* location-based augmented reality
* instant tracking (SLAM) with hit-testing
* object recognition and tracking
* rendering of 3D models in an augmented reality scene
For a full catalog of features see: https://www.wikitude.com/products/wikitude-sdk-features/

The Wikitude Xamarin Component
* Available for iOS and Android
* Simple and seamless native Xamarin integration
* Fully customizable augmented reality (AR) view
* Full feature set of the Wikitude SDK
* AR content is purely written in HTML and JavaScript

How to license the Wikitude SDK
The Wikitude SDK is available for free for evaluation purposes as a trial version. If you like to use it in a commercial, non-commercial or educational environment you need to purchase a according license. All available licenses are listed on the https://www.wikitude.com/store.

Install-Package Xamarin.Wikitude.SDK.JS -Version 9.5.0
dotnet add package Xamarin.Wikitude.SDK.JS --version 9.5.0
<PackageReference Include="Xamarin.Wikitude.SDK.JS" Version="9.5.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Xamarin.Wikitude.SDK.JS --version 9.5.0
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Wikitude SDK 9.5.0

Release Date: 2020-12-01

New

  • Method to ask if the internal WebView can navigate back

Improved

  • Faster initial recognition of Object Targets
  • Faster overall tracking of Object Targets
  • More accurate tracking of Object Targets in difficult situations
  • Better alignment of augmentations for Image Targets
  • The camera is no longer zoomed in on iOS devices with a 4:3 aspect ratio

Removed

  • The samples in the JavaScript API don't contain any jQuery anymore, making it easier to work with them.

Wikitude SDK 9.5.0

Release Date: 2020-12-01

New

  • Method to ask if the internal WebView can navigate back

Improved

  • Faster initial recognition of Object Targets
  • Faster overall tracking of Object Targets
  • More accurate tracking of Object Targets in difficult situations
  • Better alignment of augmentations for Image Targets
  • The camera is no longer zoomed in on iOS devices with a 4:3 aspect ratio

Removed

  • The samples in the JavaScript API don't contain any jQuery anymore, making it easier to work with them.

  • MonoAndroid 9.0

    • No dependencies.
  • Xamarin.iOS 1.0

    • No dependencies.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
9.5.0 48 12/16/2020
9.4.0 85 10/22/2020
9.3.1 85 9/17/2020
9.3.0 156 8/25/2020
9.2.0 300 7/9/2020
9.1.0 161 5/19/2020
9.0.0 213 4/27/2020
8.10.0 937 12/10/2019
8.9.1 544 10/1/2019
8.9.0 219 9/24/2019
8.7.0 379 8/13/2019
8.6.0 276 7/16/2019
8.5.0 336 5/23/2019
8.4.0 1,133 4/9/2019
8.3.2 335 3/12/2019
8.3.1 276 3/1/2019
8.3.0 325 2/27/2019
8.2.0 870 11/13/2018
8.1.0 1,491 9/12/2018