We recently refreshed our Fire TV and Fire Tablet docs. Continue reading for a summary of the content that has been updated.
As part of the Fire TV Edition launch, Tom Johnson of the Appstore technical documentation team updated and published the following 15 pages:
- Playing 4K Ultra HD Videos on Fire TV
- APIs for HDMI Mode Switch (Fire TV Gen 2 only)
- Tunnel Mode Playback (Fire TV Edition only)
- Dolby Integration Guidelines
- Fire TV Edition FAQ
- Fire TV Device Specifications
- Identifying Amazon Fire TV Devices
- Supporting Controllers in Web Apps
- Remote Input
- Controller Input with Unity
- System X-Ray on Fire TV
- Getting Started Developing Apps and Games for Amazon Fire TV
- What’s New in Fire TV Development
- Connecting to Fire TV Through ADB
- Connect to Fire TV Through ADB (Fire App Builder)
These docs are part of our Edit on GitHub pilot, which provides a way for you to give us immediate feedback on the docs using the familiar GitHub interface. Check these pages out and use the Edit on GitHub function to let us know of any changes you would recommend. You can also reach out to Tom directly with questions and feedback.
As part of the Fire 7 and Fire HD 8 launch, Barry Devlin of the Appstore technical documentation team updated and published the following 11 pages:
- Tablet Specifications –Custom Table
- Tablet Feature Specifications
- Tablet Media Specifications -Custom Table
- UX Specifications
- User Agent Strings
- Device Specifications
- Supported Android Intents
- Screen layout and resolution
- Device Orientation – landscape and portrait orientation
- Button Size and Placement
- Launcher Icon Guidelines – Fire OS 5 Device Supported Table
The two Custom Table pages feature an innovative table design that Barry created. This design lets you compare details between specifications for different devices. You can also filter the rows to specific points. This table design should help you find the specific information you’re looking for more quickly. Feel free to reach out to Barry with questions and feedback.
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