NFC Interactor by Andreas Jakl allows you to view low level information about NFC tags and their contents, and write your own tags using its dynamic and customisable NDEF message editor. If you want to download and give this a try, the app is available on Nokia Store in both add-supported and paid-for versions. And of course it’s an open source project, so you can build it yourself if you want from the project sources.
We think the app is a great tool for anyone who needs to write NFC tags or to understand their content. Its also very useful for developers – in addition to containing classes that you can reuse in your own NFC apps, you can learn a lot about Qt Quick Components and integrating C++ with QML on both Symbian and MeeGo Harmattan.
The project is well documented in its summary page – this covers the features, supported devices, development environment and build instructions, and a roadmap highlight. We’d like to have seen more use of the Nokia Developer ticketing/roadmap tools and wiki but its great to see such a succinct presentation of what the software offers in one place.
– Hamish Willee (on behalf of the Projects Moderation team)