With Eddystone™, the new beacon format from Google, developers have more options than ever in buidling beacon applications. To understand the basics of working with Eddystone, it’s useful to show the process of putting together an app. If you are new to Eddystone, check out our companion blog post, Introducing Eddystone.
This example will focus on making an Android app using the Android Beacon Library, which fully supports Eddystone. If you want to try this yourself, you’ll need an Android device with 4.3+ and a computer with an Android Studio development environment. Of course, if you actually want the app to respond to beacons, you’ll need a beacon that supports Eddystone, too.
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