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[Feedback] question on sdks and ability to use C#

Author: josephbaggett 2017-4-26 08:26
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I just got a Mavic Pro, and to be honest, looking at the developer sdk, I'm a little confused about what everything is because I see the different sdks, coded under different technologies to communicate.  

For example, I went to the Onboard SDK and I was excited to see it under .Net, but I then realized it was written in C++... then I was like, ok, shoot... just add the dlls and still code up in C#... then I saw the other artifacts the example sdk is using.  I'm not tied to C++ correct?  Or am I?  

I'm hoping I can just add a reference to the dll and let the MSIL interpret what I need to call in C#.  Is this possible?  Or am I stuck with C++?
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dmatthews
I am interested in C# also. I got the On-board installed under MSVS 2015. I had to use the PureQT for the interface.
keep me posted on what you find and i will share my results.

I'm trying to interface to the DJI Ronin, don't know if I'll have to add an M600 or not, yet.
2017-5-2 02:50
al6uiz
Last edited by al6uiz In 2017-5-13 01:49 Editor

You can use Mobile SDK with C# using Xamarin.Android and also Onboard SDK too.
Reference my GitHub repo.
https://github.com/al6uiz/DJI.OnBoardSDK.Managed
https://github.com/al6uiz/DJISDKLIB.Mono
2017-5-13 01:45
eColumbia01
al6uiz Posted at 2017-5-13 01:45
You can use Mobile SDK with C# using Xamarin.Android and also Onboard SDK too.
Reference my GitHub r ...

I was wondering if someone was going to port the DJI sdk to Xamarin. I like it that you include some warning messages to the extent of the port.
Do you have plans to port over the UI library too.

Nice work!
2017-5-15 00:38
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