The SDK Engine is responsible for bootstrapping the SDK, meaning allocating all the relevant runtime components and exposing the SDK functionalities.
The SDK Engine also responsible of supplying platform specific services to the NativeEvsKit, like bluetooth communication or loading file resources like images and fonts.
The SDK engine, which is accessed by using the
Evs class, should be initialized and started once, when your application loads.
All SDK API calls will be available only after
start() was called:
Upon application termination, in is recommended to deactivate the SDK functionality.
You may set a logger to the SDK to expose log information.
Do to that use the default SDK logger, which writes logs to the
You can also implement a logger of your own.
Start the default logger
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