Nokia releases Imaging and SensorCore SDK for Lumia device

The Nokia Imaging SDK 1.2 is no more beta version now. The company today launched the final version for Lumia devices. This is not a launch, but the company is announcing the official release of the SDK, which is ready for the converged Windows platform.

The Imaging SDK 1.2 now has the new features such as Animated GIF Renderer, Image Aligner API and Local Blending API for better user experience. This new release also shares a single code base with Windows 8.1, which means you can reuse much of your code when porting across the platform.  These tools are especially designed for the better performance to the devices with smaller amounts of memory. It would support not only to the Lumia smartphones running Windows Phone 8.1, but also any other running Windows Phone 8.0 and Windows 8.1 including tablets and desktop PCs.


On the other hand SensorCore SDK has come into developer beta from private beta, which is available in the Lumia 930, 635, and 630 smartphones, it allows developers to use the data from a low-powered, motion- and location-tracking processor found in the aforementioned devices.

You can find check out the video below here….


In the upcoming Lumia Cyan update, it will activate the same technology on Lumia 1520 and Lumia Icon as well. Currently Bing Health & Fitness app is using the Lumia SensorCore SDK.

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