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Santanu
05-06-2012, 10:20 AM
hi,
I am planning to develop a DRM application based on RMSDK. But I don't know language expertise is required to develop app using RMSDK on Android. Is it Java or C++
?

Thanks in Advance.

curtw
05-06-2012, 10:49 AM
1) You're not likely to get a whole lot of input here, as if you spend any time reading these forums, you will learn that DRM is anathema around here. If you want cooperation or support, ou should be making some kind of case as to why your concept suddenly makes DRM an acceptable, non-burdensome add-on (i.e., does it enable/support platform shifting?)

2) If you are expecting to get any help or advice, you should be posting this question in the ePub or PDF forum, not News.

EowynCarter
05-06-2012, 11:13 AM
Mmmm :chinscratch:

The point with using RMSDK being to support adobe adept so the user can read book "protected" by adept.

It seam the sdk code is C++.
Have a look there :
http://www.adobe.com/fr/devnet/readermobile.html

WT Sharpe
05-06-2012, 11:22 AM
Hi, Santanu.

I've taken the liberty of moving your thread to the Android Developer's Corner in the hopes that you will more quickly find the answers you seek. ;)

Hope that's okay.

EDIT: Make that the ePub forum, since a fellow mod informed me that "RMSDK is the software developer's kit for Adobe's Reader Mobile software." ;)

Jim Lester
05-07-2012, 03:02 AM
RMSDK is C++ based and you'll need to use JNI on Android platforms.

IIRC, if you haven't already, you'll need to talking to either Datalogics or Bluefire to deal with the licensing for RMSDK, and they should be able to help you getting an Android application up and running. I'm not sure about Datalogics but I know that Bluefire will do White label version of the Bluefire Reader if that's interesting to you.