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    ABBYY Mobile Capture React Native Module

    ABBYY Mobile Capture React Native Module allows to use the Image Capture feature of ABBYY Mobile Capture in apps based on the React Native framework.

    This plugin requires the ABBYY Mobile Capture native libraries which are available for Android and iOS. You can request ABBYY Mobile Capture trial version on the ABBYY website.

    The native libraries support the following systems:

    • Android version: 5.0 or later for ARMv7 (armeabi-v7a), ARMv8 (arm64-v8a), x86 and x86_64 processors
    • iOS: versions 11.x and later

    Getting started

    Note If you are new to React Native, set up development environment first. You will need yarn, npx and cocoapods (for iOS) utilities. See React Native documentation for details.

    1. Choose one of the following ways to add the module to your project:

      • From npm:
      yarn add react-native-abbyy-mobile-capture
      
      • From sources:
      yarn add file:"Path to react-native-abbyy-mobile-capture sources"
      
    2. Request ABBYY Mobile Capture trial version on the ABBYY website and add it to your project:

      • Copy iOS assets directory to the project into ./assets folder.
      • Copy your license into ./assets with MobileCapture.License name
      • Copy Android libs directory to the project into ./android/libs folder
      • Copy iOS libs directory to the project into ./ios/libs folder
    3. Proceed setup depending on the platform:

      • Android:
        • Add gradle file to the project. Usually it is located at ./android/build.gradle:
          allprojects {
              repositories {
                  flatDir {
                  dirs "$rootDir/libs"
                  }
              }
          }
          subprojects {
              afterEvaluate {
                  dependencies {
                      // Change abbyy-mi-sdk-2.0 to abbyy-rtr-sdk-1.0 if you need to use
                      recognition API (MI+Extended or MI+ExtendedDC)
                      implementation(name: 'abbyy-mi-sdk-2.0', ext: 'aar')
                      implementation(name: 'abbyy-ui-1.0', ext: 'aar')
                  }
              }
          }
          
        • Add to application gradle file. Usually it is located at ./android/app/build.gradle:
          android {
              defaultConfig {
                  ndk {
                      // Filter out mips
                      abiFilters 'armeabi-v7a', 'arm64-v8a', 'x86', 'x86_64'
                  }
              }
              sourceSets {
                  main {
                      assets.srcDirs += [ "$rootDir/../assets" ]
                  }
              }
              packagingOptions {
                  pickFirst 'lib/x86/libc++_shared.so'
                  pickFirst 'lib/armeabi-v7a/libc++_shared.so'
                  pickFirst 'lib/arm64-v8a/libc++_shared.so'
                  pickFirst 'lib/x86_64/libc++_shared.so'
              }
          }
          
        • Set minimum SDK version to '21'.
        • Add adb utility to PATH environment variable. adb is located in Android sdk directory/platform-tools directory.
      • iOS:
        • Run pod install from iOS directory.
        • Select your project in the Target group and open the Build Settings tab. In the Search Paths section add to the Framework Search Paths the following path:
        ${PROJECT_DIR}/libs
        
        • On the Build Options tab set Enable Bitcode option to No.
        • Open the Build Phases tab. In the Link Binary With Libraries section, click "+" and add the AbbyyRtrSDK.framework and AbbyyUI.framework.
        • In Build Phases, add a new Run Script phase. Run the copy_frameworks.sh script that removes the frameworks for the non-active CPU architectures (the complete list depends on the project settings), and sign the resulting framework. This is a required step before uploading your application to App Store.
        /bin/sh "${SRCROOT}/libs/copy_frameworks.sh"
        
        • To add the resource files and set up the copying rules, in Build Phases add one more Run Script phase. Run the copy_assets.py script to automatically copy all resource files to corresponding destinations and add necessary dictionaries.
        python "${SRCROOT}/../assets/copy_assets.py"  
        
        • In Build Phases, go to the Copy Bundle Resources section and add the MobileCapture.License file.
        • In the info.plist file add permission for working with camera and gallery if necessary.

    ABBYY Mobile Capture React Native Module Example

    How to run samples

    1. Request ABBYY Mobile Capture trial version on the ABBYY website and add it to your project:

      • Copy iOS assets directory to the project into ./assets folder.
      • Copy your license into ./assets with MobileCapture.License name
      • Copy Android libs directory to the project into ./android/libs folder
      • Copy iOS libs directory to the project into ./ios/libs folder
    2. Run yarn install from the sample root

    3. Run pod install from the sample/ios directory

    4. To run application do the following:

      • Android:
        • From console:
          • Execute npx react-native run-android from the sample root
        • From Android Studio:
          • Open sample/android project
          • Click Run app button
      • iOS:
        • From console:
          • Execute npx react-native run-ios from the sample root It runs sample in the simulator
        • From XCode
          • Open sample/ios project
          • Click Run button

    Documentation

    See full documentation on the ABBYY Documentation website.

    Install

    npm i react-native-abbyy-mobile-capture-sample-core-api

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