Please refer to the Platform requirements page in the Anura™ Core SDK Developer Guide.
Anura™ Core SDK is distributed privately via secure Git repositories.
Please refer to the Anura Core Android section in our developer guide.
Please refer to the Anura Core iOS section in our developer guide.
Anura Core is designed for native mobile apps (iOS and Android). To integrate DeepAffex technology into your web app, you can use the NuraLogix™ Web Measurement Service (WMS).
For Android and iOS, the DeepAffex Extraction Library is embedded into the Anura™ Core SDK and is not distributed separately.
Yes, the UI can be customized.
On iOS, the default colors, fonts, and images can be changed using
MeasurementUIConfiguration. If you need more customization, you can hide all
the existing elements using
MeasurementUIConfiguration and implement your own
UI by subclassing
AnuraMeasurementViewController or directly adding your own
views to the UIViewController.
On Android, you have direct access to the UI as demonstrated in the sample app.
Only the measurement UI is part of the Anura Core SDK. The measurement result dials are not part of the SDK. Other screens, if included, may be different from Anura Lite.
How does the data flow in the SDK? Does the SDK store the face scan data locally and then make an API call to server to get the results? Or will we have to make the API call?
The SDKs and Sample App do not use any local storage, except for storing the API token. The data flow is documented in the Sample Apps and also in our Anura™ Core SDK Developer Guide.
You can use
measurementView.showAnuraIcon(false) to hide it.