Google Chromecast is a Google device that displays mobile entertainment in a TV screen. The API offers documentation to interact with the sender or media content and to work with the receiver or the display screen.
The Sender API reference covers parameters for configuration, requests, and all that is related to media (volume, display, TV show). The Receiver API consist of parameters for cast receiver, media playback, and possible properties (connected, inactivity, standby). Additional information about how to use Cast API supported by Google includes sample apps and developer resources.
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The Google Chromecast C# SDK by Teemu Tapanila allows developers to integrate the Google Chromecast API into their C# applications. This SDK supports the .Net Framework 4.5.1, Xamarin.iOS Unified, Xamarin.Android, and UWP 10+ (Windows 10 Universal Programs) platforms.
With the Google Chromecast SDK, users can send video signals to a TV from an Apple phone, tablet, or laptop. The unique value of the SDK could be the multiple cast features without interruption of one video playback. To build cast applications, users can refer to the developer's guide, where they can find components of sender and receiver application, set up developments, and API libraries.