Integrating a Webcam Into Your Kiosk Application

Integrate popular webcams into your kiosk application with KioskSimple
Add support for modern webcams to your kiosk application

Adding a webcam to your kiosk application can go a long way to improve the security of your kiosk.  In the case of disputed credit card charges (i.e. chargebacks) it can help to have a picture of the customer swiping the card in question.  One of our main goals with KioskSimple was to make it really easy for kiosk application developers to integrate popular kiosk devices, like webcams, into their kiosks.  The KioskSimple developer API supports integrating a webcam into your website or .NET WPF kiosk application and we have code examples to get you started.

We wanted to make it easy for you to get started taking photos quickly so we’ve provided in-depth code examples in .NET WPF C# and JavaScript.  Our developer friendly API supports both JavaScript for websites and .NET WPF for native Windows applications, so whichever technology you’ve chosen we’ve got you covered.  You’ll want to ask your developers to review our webcam code examples.

Integrate modern webcams into your website or .NET WPF kiosk applicationWith just a few easy steps your kiosk application will be snapping photos:

  1. Direct your developers to review our webcam code examples.  Our API supports .NET WPF for use in native Windows applications and JavaScript for use in websites.
  2. Download a copy of the KioskSimple free demo and the Webcam Plugin (the plugin is downloaded from the KioskSimple configuration tool not the website and is a free trial also).
  3. Make a few code changes to your kiosk application to call the KioskSimple API and now your kiosk is taking photos!

We’ve experienced the pleasure of using a good 3rd party API and the pain of using a crummy one.  KioskSimple is a kiosk software product written by kiosk application developers for kiosk application developers and we feel your pain.  This is why we set out to make the KioskSimple API developer-friendly and provided current and easy to follow code examples in .NET WPF C# and JavaScript for the web.  If the code examples aren’t enough we’re also happy to provide responsive and helpful developer support if you ever need to contact us.

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Author: Andrew Savala

Andrew Savala is the CEO of RedSwimmer, with a background in designing and deploying complex payment kiosk systems. Andrew offers high-value, strategic consulting services to companies looking to develop their payment kiosks.

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