Plugins and Extensions for Cross Platform Engines
Note: the GameCircle plugin was discontinued on Sept 4th, 2018. For additional information, see GameCircle FAQs.
Link to blog post introducing Gamemaker Studio 2 support for Fire OS.
Amazon provides the following plugins and extensions for the cross-platform engines:
|Supported Plugins and Extensions|
|Platform Engine||Amazon Fling||In-App Purchasing||Amazon WebView API||Documentation|
|Adobe Air||Adobe Air plugin|
Where to get the API plugins:
Amazon Fling: See Download Amazon Fling
About the APIs
The Amazon Fling SDK is a cross-platform toolkit that enables mobile developers to build rich multi-screen experiences with Amazon Fire TV. The SDK allows sending video, audio and images from iOS, Android or Fire OS mobile apps to Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. With our SDK, you can "fling" media content to Amazon Fire TV and leverage two-way communication between Amazon Fire TV and mobile apps to create engaging second screen experiences.
The In-App Purchasing (IAP) API makes it easy for you to offer digital content and subscriptions for purchase within your app, such as in-game currency, expansion packs, upgrades, magazine issues, consumables, and more. You can quickly be up and running, ready to give millions of Amazon customers the ability to purchase engaging digital content using Amazon 1-Click settings.
In-App Purchasing handles the details of purchase flow, payment processing, receipts, and rights management for the purchasable content. With unique receipt identifiers, the IAP API enables you to easily ensure that customers receive purchased in-app items quickly, as well as track transactions and fulfillment.
Amazon WebView API
By targeting the Fire OS platform, Cordova developers can create hybrid web apps that take advantage of the advanced web engine integrated into Fire devices.
Amazon Fire TV, including both the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, now support HTML5 web apps using the Amazon WebView. The Web App Starter Kit for Fire TV is a new open source project intended to help Cordova developers get up to speed quickly to creating a simple media-oriented app for this exciting new web platform. Features of the project include an example user interface designed for the 10 foot user experience, support for the Fire TV remote control, and sample components developers can include in their Cordova project to create a robust media app using HTML5 technologies. You can find this project on its GitHub project page here: https://github.com/amzn/web-app-starter-kit-for-fire-tv.