This guide describes the Cisco StadiumVision Mobile SDK for third-party developers whose applications will operate with the Cisco StadiumVision Mobile solution. and supplements the Doxygen build included with the SDK.
Our implementations of Cisco StadiumVision Mobile SDK, and included sample application may change over time in response to the changing needs of our partner community. We will maintain backward compatibility whenever possible but advise you to expect differences in future releases. A list of changes will be provided for each release to keep API users aware of any necessary code changes that they will need to make.
Document Revision History
Table 1 Document Revision History
July 18, 2014
Addition of EVS C-Cast Integration content.
June 30, 2014
Revision of FCS draft. Updates to iOS and Android chapter to feature list, and API updates.
April 30, 2014
Initial version of Cisco StadiumVision Mobile SDK Guide for Apple iOS and Google Android , Release 2.0.
About Cisco StadiumVision Mobile
Cisco StadiumVision Mobile (SVM) enables reliable and scalable delivery of low-delay video and data streams to WiFi devices at venues. A Venue Operator typically configures and operates SVM, Connected Stadium Wi-Fi and Connected Stadium components. The mobile app developer is responsible for obtaining the SVM SDK from Cisco, working with the Venue Operator on configuration dependencies and integrating the SVM Client.
Who Should Use This Guide
This guide is a technical resource for application developers who build custom user applications that extend Cisco StadiumVision Mobile. You should have an advanced level of understanding of web technology, operation, and terminology and be familiar with Cisco StadiumVision Mobile.
Application developers who use this application programming interface (API) should also have an understanding of the Objective-C language and Apple iOS, and Google Android application development.
Obtaining the SDK
Please contact your Cisco account team to become part of the Cisco StadiumVision Mobile SDK partner program.
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