Here you'll find all the TomTom IndiGO platform early-access releases.
The latest TomTom IndiGO SDK can be downloaded from the TomTom IndiGO repository, using the credentials you received after signing the Evaluation Agreement. To request access, please go to the Getting Started guide, and click Register for early access.
The TomTom IndiGO SDK contains the code needed to start developing for the TomTom IndiGO platform. It contains the template application that show-cases all the off-the-shelf features of the IndiGO platform. It also contains a set of example applications demonstrating how to implement your own features with the TomTom IndiGO platform.
The template and example applications come with Gradle files to build them. The build process needs binary artefacts of the TomTom IndiGO platform, which are pulled from the TomTom binary artefact repository. This requires the same credentials that you used when downloading the SDK. For more details, see accessing-the-artifact-repository.
The TomTom IndiGO SDK version number has the format
x.y.zzzz refers to the
TomTom IndiGO platform version and
-pppp is the version of the template and example applications.
Once extracted, you will find the following files and directory:
The APK files contain the IndiGO Template Application and can be run directly on hardware or in an Android Automotive emulator. You can also opt to build your own APK from the sources directory.
README.md file in the sources folder contains information related to the structure of the
Release 1.0.3737-1474 - 20 May 2022, 05:50
Release 1.0.3734-1471 - 19 May 2022, 14:05
Release 1.0.3727-1464 - 18 May 2022, 05:45
Release 1.0.3715-1458 - 16 May 2022, 12:37
Release 1.0.3714-1456 - 14 May 2022, 12:28
Release 1.0.3712-1453 - 13 May 2022, 12:40
- The MediaPolicyFrontendExtension constructor takes a package name and an optional class name instead of a SourceId. This allows policies to be applied to the entire media source package.
- The constructor and fields of MediaConfiguration are no longer public. The asMediaConfiguration function is now public and is intended to create MediaConfiguration objects. Use the existing getPolicyProvider method to access policy providers.
The new contacts API uses IviDataSource, that expose a page of contacts without requiring the full data set to be loaded in memory. It also allows querying and sorting contacts.
Release 1.0.3700-1438 - 10 May 2022, 05:36
Release 1.0.3699-1437 - 09 May 2022, 15:51
Also, the menu item registration APIs have been removed from the `MenuService` API as menu item registration is now the responsibility of `MenuItemProviderService` implementations.