​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Getting Start​​​​ed

Ignite Store Developer Console

To get started developing an au​​tomotive app for the Ignite Store, a set of framework APIs offered for both Android and Cloud are provided, including tools for testing and certification. This section covers the APIs to get started building your first (or many) Automotive apps using th​​e Ignite Platform.

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API Docum​entation

​data​Access

​​PO​ST​​​​​/v1/AssociationTypes​Create association type
​​GET​​​​ /v1/AssociationTypes​
​Get assoc​iation type​
​​DELETE​​​​​​​/v1/AssociationTypes/{associationType}​Delete ​association type
​​PATCH​​​​​​​
/v1/associationTypes/{associationType}Update association ​type

​Adding Network Per​missions​

Your applicat​ion must have permissions to access the internet in orde​r to authenticate using the Ignite Core Client SDK. Please modify your applications AndroidManifest.xml and add the following permissions:

<uses-p​ermission android:name=​"android.permission.INTERNET"/> 
<user-permissionandroid:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE"/>​

Android Account Manager​​​

Android account manager facilitates storing of account tokens for the user's login on the vehicle or device. More information on Account manager can be found here: https://developer.android.com/reference/​android/accounts/AccountManager

Resour​ces

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tt.LngL​​at​

A LngLat object represents a given longitude and latitude coordinate, measured in degrees. This SDK uses longitude, latitude coordinate order (as opposed to latitude, longitude) to match GeoJSON. Note that any SDK method that accepts a LngLat object as an argument or option can also accept an array of two numbers and will perform an implicit conversion. This flexible type can be used like this:

​Example​

​var ll = new tt.LngLat(-73.9749, 40.7736);

​tt.LngLat​​(lng, lat)​​

A LngLat object represents a given longitude and latitude coordinate, measured in degrees. This SDK uses longitude, latitude coordinate order (as opposed to latitude, longitude) to match GeoJSON. Note that any SDK method that accepts a LngLat object as an argument or option can also accept an array of two numbers and will perform an implicit conversion. This flexible type can be used like this:​​

  • <user-permissionsandroid:name=​"a​ndroid.permission.INTERNET"/> 
  • <user-permissions android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE"/>

​Parameter​s

Name​​
​Description

ln​g Required

Number

default: None

​Longitude, measured in degrees.​

l​​at Required

Number

default: None​

​Latitude, measured in degrees.