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Google Cast SDK for Android Released: The Google Play services library (revision 15)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/02/13

Thanks Leon Nicholls – Google+. and Android Developers – Google+ for sharing these two posts:

Google Cast SDK for Android Released

The Google Play services library (revision 15), which includes the Google Cast SDK, is now available for download from the Android SDK Manager.

Android developers can now compile code against the Google Cast SDK. Read the following instructions for setting up your developer environment and creating Android sender apps: https://developers.google.com/cast/docs/android_sender

Google Play services 4.2, with support for Google Cast, has been rolled out to all Android devices. Any Android app that uses the Google Cast SDK will now be able to cast content to a Google Cast device such as Chromecast.

#googlecastsdk #android #chromecast

and

Google Play services 4.2 SDK now available

Google Play services 4.2 is now rolled out to devices worldwide. The new release includes Google Cast APIs that let you bring content to the TV, updated Google Drive APIs, and more.

You can get started developing today by downloading the updated Google Play services SDK (r15) from the SDK Manager.  API details and samples are also available in the updated documentation.

Check out the links below for complete information.

#AndroidDev #GooglePlayServices

–jeroen

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