Join Lee Brimelow for an in-depth discussion in this video Whitelisting your binary on a Mac, part of Developing Applications for Amazon Kindle Devices.
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So, like I mentioned in the last movie, an important part of being able to test …the GameCircle APIs while you're debugging your application is to …whitelist your binary file. So, we can see here, if I click whitelist …binary, it's asking me for two things. First is the package name for my …application. And then, the signature. …And this is actually the hash key, signature of the Android debug key store. …So, we're going to need to generate that. So, I'm going to go into terminal.…
And to do this, we're going to use the Keytool application that's in the Java …JDK. So, I'm going to say keytool -exportcert. …And then, we're going to say -alias. And for the debug keystore, the alias is …androiddebugkey. Then, we're going to say -keystore. …And now, this is the actual path to the location of the debug keystore.…
Now, on the Mac, that's usually in your Home Directory inside a Folder called ….android. But if you're not sure, you can always …open up Eclipse and go into Preferences, Android, Build, and it will actually give …
The course also covers multiscreen development and testing with the Kindle Emulator, as well as actual deployment to the Kindle store.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Preparing for Development
2. Integrating In-App Purchasing
3. Using the GameCircle API
4. Using the Amazon Maps API
5. Multiscreen Development
6. Preparing to Publish
Targeting other devices6m 51s
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