When Google launched its Chromecast HDMI dongle, it only allowed a small set of developers to create applications for it. The company always promised, though, that it would soon open the platform up to all developers. Today, it is doing just that.
Developers can now download the Google Cast Software Development Kit and build Chromecast support right into their apps and websites. The company says integrating the SDK is “simple.” Developers do have to pay a $5 registration fee, though, which gives them access to the Google Cast SDK Developer Console so they can register their apps and authorize devices for testing.
via Google Opens Chromecast To All Developers | TechCrunch.
This is good news. I can’t wait to see HBO Go and the Xfinity TV apps on Chromecast. It will be interesting to see just what gets developed for this. I wonder if Miracast compatibility will be coming too.