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REST or .NET API?
cisakson
Join Date: 8 Sep 14
Posts: 1
Posted: Mon, 2014-09-08 00:23

I would like to build a PC desktop application that incorporates AllPlay with local and cloud audio sources.  Is there an API for AllPlay that I can use from a Windows application?  I can work with a REST or .NET API.

Thanks!

Cory

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ToolTime
Join Date: 11 Sep 14
Posts: 2
Posted: Thu, 2014-09-11 23:05

+1 for the possibility of developing desktop apps.

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Re: REST or .NET API? Best Answer
zoliff Moderator
Join Date: 2 Jan 14
Posts: 11
Posted: Fri, 2014-09-12 16:21

Great question!

Today, the AllPlay Click SDK is supported on the Android and iOS platforms and can be downloaded directly from the Qualcomm Developer network (QDN) web site.  Currently, we don't support PC based applications but I'd recommend checking back on the QDN web site as we will keep it up date with our latest supported platforms.  

 

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