The Jabra SDK for Windows contains libraries, examples, and documentation to integrate the digital features of Jabra devices into applications on Windows.
The SDK supports two programming environments:
These are the system requirements for running the demo app and the apps built with the libraries.
Make sure the system requirements are met and unzip the SDK archive to a folder on your OS system. You can then launch the demo app present in the demo folder to test the connection to an attached Jabra Device.
Please note the following breaking change from version 184.108.40.206:
The .NET wrapper will no longer automatically acknowledge button input events from the Jabra device. HID button inputs now must be acknowledged explicitly by .NET applications.
For example, when you receive an OffHook = true input you must call SetHookState(true).
For further information please see the "Acknowledgement of HID Inputs" section in the DotNET wrapper User Guide.
In v220.127.116.11, a feature was introduced for reporting on and reading Std-HID from non-Jabra USB devices attached to the computer. This feature did sometimes confuse applications who only expected to see Jabra devices. The feature is now turned off by default, and must be turned on specifically using API calls for non-Jabra devices to be reported.
None known currently (December 2019).
The run-time package for windows is avaible through NPM.