The following table lists the platforms and architectures that are qualified for the iink SDK 1.4 release:
|Platform||Min version||Max version1||Architectures||APIs|
|Windows UWP3||Build 16299 4||Build 190414||
|Windows Desktop||Build 16299 4||Build 190414||
The answer depends on your requirements.
You should probably use the native version if:
- You cannot allow or ensure your users the access to an Internet connection.
- You need to provide end users with content types that are not yet supported in the web, such as diagram or text document.
- You want to have a fine control over the types of devices you consider or want to make use of specific hardware features linked to the stylus.
- You want to avoid sending data to a remote server.
You should probably use the web version if:
- You are developing a web or an hybrid application.
- You prefer off-loading the recognition overhead to a remote server to spare resources on the local device.
- You have data confidentiality constraints but you are ready to host the iink SDK server.
Last qualified version for the current release. Theoretically, newer versions of the platforms should be compatible. ↩
Can be embedded into Android applications running on Chrome OS as well. ↩
Comes with a UWP UI reference implementation and examples. ↩
Comes with a WPF UI reference implementation and examples. ↩