BEAVERTON, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), an organization driving global technologies for phone-centric car connectivity solutions, today announced the MirrorLink™ Developer Portal is now open for advance registration. Developers wishing to create apps enabled with the globally renowned car-connectivity standard can register to receive up-to-the-minute news on the portal’s official launch, scheduled to take place in the coming months. The CCC also announced it now has more than 100 worldwide members and authorized test labs.
“The CCC and its member companies concur that now is the time to put app developers front and center,” said Alan Ewing, president and executive director of the CCC. “To that end, we want to make sure every developer interested in leveraging MirrorLink’s power to create interoperable drive-mode apps has the latest information on when they can start using the technology. By registering today, they can be first through the gates when the Developer Portal officially opens.”
The CCC began publicly courting developers at the first MirrorLink DevCon, which took place February 26 at Mobile World Congress. Attendees packed a standing-room-only auditorium for presentations on MirrorLink and its specific benefits to automakers, mobile operators, CE manufacturers and app developers alike.
The Developer Portal will be a one-stop-shop for MirrorLink app development, including the MirrorLink API, a developer forum, driver distraction guidelines, the application certification management system and software tool downloads.
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About the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC)
The CCC is dedicated to cross-industry collaboration in developing MirrorLink™ global standards and solutions for smartphone and in-vehicle connectivity. Members represent more than 80 percent of the world’s auto market, more than 70 percent of the global smartphone market and a who’s who of aftermarket consumer electronics vendors. For further information, please visit www.carconnectivity.org.