• Where can I find documentation?

    We have tons of resources for developers. Your best bet will be the Vinli Developer Portal, our official Docs, or Developer Blog.

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  • How can I get my app listed in the Vinli App Catalog?

    We would be thrilled to share your app with the Vinli community at large! Just drop us a line at dev@vin.li, we’ll test out your app and make sure it’s up to snuff for sharing with the masses.

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  • Do I have to own a Vinli device to build an app?

    Owning a Vinli device is not required to build an app, although it certainly doesn’t hurt. To make building and testing easy, we’ve created Virtual Vinli, our command line simulation service. With Virtual Vinli you can spin up fake Vinli devices and generate your own test data in just a couple of minutes.

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  • I have an idea. Will Vinli build my app?

    As much as we would like to, we probably cannot. However, we have resources on hand to help you get your feet wet with our developer platform. Check out our Vinli Developer Portal, Vinli on Github, or come hang with us at one of our Connected Car meetups! (listed on the Dev Portal home page).

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  • What makes Vinli different than other OBDII devices and platforms?

    Vinli is the most advanced connected car platform around. We offer the most extensible solution by offering fast network connectivity alongside our vast array of services.  In addition to awesome tech, we pride ourselves on caring for developers.  We love answering questions, hearing about your ideas, and offering input to create amazing experiences!

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  • What can I do with Vinli?

    For developers and car enthusiasts, building apps and making money has never been easier. For example, using Vinli's cloud-based services, RESTful APIs, iOS SDK, and Android SDK, developers can build robust apps and services in just a few days! Vinli offers developers a rich set of vehicle data. This includes, but is not limited. Telemetry (GPS location, accelerometer), Diagnostics, DTC codes (check engine light), collision detection, odometer and mileage, fuel systems, driving behavior, engine start and stop.  As a developer, you can sign up and gain access to the developer platform, documentation, SDK’s and APIs.

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