SDK and API
HDX SDK for Chrome
Citrix Receiver for Chrome introduces an API (Experimental API) that allow third-party Chrome apps to lock, unlock and disconnect from a XenApp and XenDesktop session. Using this API, Citrix Receiver for Chrome can be launched in both embedded mode and kiosk mode. Sessions launched in embedded mode function in ways similar to sessions launched kiosk mode.
For the SDK documentation, see HDX SDK for Citrix Receiver for Chrome.
For HDX SDK examples, refer to the Citrix download page.
Citrix Virtual Channel SDK for Citrix Receiver for Chrome
The Citrix Virtual Channel Software Development Kit (SDK) provides support for writing server-side applications and client-side drivers for additional virtual channels using the ICA protocol. The server-side virtual channel applications are on XenApp or XenDesktop servers. This version of the SDK provides support for writing new virtual channels for Receiver for Chrome. If you want to write virtual drivers for other client platforms, contact Citrix.
The Virtual Channel SDK provides:
- An easy interface that can be used with the virtual channels in the Citrix Server API SDK (WFAPI SDK) to create new virtual channels.
- Working source code for several virtual channel sample programs that demonstrate programming techniques.
- The Virtual Channel SDK requires the WFAPI SDK to write the server side of the virtual channel.
For the VC SDK documentation, see Citrix Virtual Channel SDK for Citrix Receiver for Chrome.
For VC SDK examples, refer to the Citrix download page.