Upgrade to a Newer Version of TomTom IndiGO

While developing with TomTom IndiGO, you may wish to integrate new features and improvements of TomTom IndiGO. In other words, you want to upgrade to a newer version of the TomTom IndiGO platform.

Upgrade to a Newer Version of the TomTom IndiGO Platform

To have your application use a newer version of the TomTom IndiGO platform, you should edit the build-logic/libraries.versions.toml file and search for a line like:

indigoPlatform = "1.0.3714"

Change the version to a recent version listed in the Releases section of the TomTom Developer Portal.

When rebuilding the application, Gradle will pull the specified version of the TomTom IndiGO binaries from the TomTom repository and use these in the build process. This may lead to warnings in the build process, when elements of the TomTom IndiGO API have become deprecated. You should adapt your application to solve these warnings.

Upgrade to a Newer Version of the Platform and Example Apps

When you want to take advantage of larger changes in the platform, like a new feature or a new module, you may need a newer version of the template app or example apps. In such a situation you should get the new version of the TomTom IndiGO SDK by pulling it from GitHub or downloading it from Nexus, and then merging it with your application.

When rebuilding the application, the updated build files make Gradle pull the new version of the TomTom IndiGO binaries from the TomTom repository, and use these in the build process.