SDK bebop drone in C# for Windows?


Product: [Bebop/Bebop2]
Product version: [X.X.X]
SDK version: [X.X.X]
Use of libARController: [YES/NO] (Only for ARSDK)
SDK platform: [iOS/Android/Unix/Python…]
Reproductible with the official app: [YES/NO/Not tried]


Not planned for the moment .


What are you waiting for?


Hello, I have same question.
Did anyone do this before?
Please contact me.


Hi guys, any news or plan for this activity?

There are a lot of developers that would like use it.

The best could be create an Xamarin library in order to create cross-platform app with a single library…



Yes Please,
C# libraries for the SDK please.

Kind regards
Bert Berrevoets.


We do not have a Windows compatible application …
Sorry guys, but I prefer to be honest : there will not be official C# native libraries for the SDK.
I will not say never, but do not expect that in 2017…


I want to try making a C# library for bebop drone, but I can not find enough documentation until now.
so if someone knows good documentation then Thanks!.


Hi there

That was - february 2016, i developed my project on python , ,

if you have any question , please tell me.



mmm ok, but what about Xamarin? a lot of people are building app with it!



I’m sorry but we will give you the same answer that we gave for C#: it is not on the roadmap. :frowning:
It won’t be developed by us, but you may find non-official ARSDK for Xamarin if someone in the community in ready to share its work on this subject.


Hi Djavan,

ok, I’ve got it… so I want to communicate with a minidrone using a Raspberry Pi 2… what is your suggestion? Do you know if there are samples on this? Which language can I use?


Myo-Python-Bebop flying.



There are many developers trying to write apps with C# for Windows (UWP, Xamarin, WPF…), me for example, why not to include Windows compatibility in SDK, at least C++ dll built with Visual Studio?
You have FF3 app in Windows Store, it’s not start from scratch as people are trying to do, please consider this.
Thanks you.


Hey guys, I think you can try this. I found C# project on git-hub.