SDK and new Chromecast Update
Just received the following in an email from Google:
Thank you for developing for Chromecast.
Just wanted to let you know that we've updated the Receiver, Chrome, and Android API references.
And today, we've updated both the iOS and Android SDK's to 1.0.1. *This is a bugfix release. *For iOS, it fixes the namespace so that it should be compatible with Objective C++. *For Android there are a few fixes to the network scanning code.
Over the last several weeks we've also updated the sample code on github.com/googlecast
We also released this blog post that may be of interest today:
TITLE: *Chromecast and Google Cast Update
The Chromecast device has been updated to build 12940. *This update will be rolled out over time, and you do not need to take any action to receive it. It contains the following updates:
Better discovery of Chromecast devices
Improved Google Play Movies stability
Additionally, we have published version 1.0.1 of the Google Cast SDK preview, including libraries for Android and iOS, as well as documentation on the Receiver, Chrome and Android APIs. *This is a bug fix update with one key developer facing change for iOS -- ‘namespace’ renamed to ‘protocolNamespace’ to allow Objective-C++ development.
More information about the Chromecast device is available on the Chromecast site. Information about the Google Cast SDK is
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