GPS Intermediate Driver Reference

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The GPS Intermediate Driver is useful to developers writing applications that use GPS (Global Positioning System) devices as well as to GPS hardware manufacturers. It is useful because it provides an intermediate layer that abstracts the actual GPS device from developers and manufacturers. Ideally, this enables application developers to write code that works with any GPS hardware, and GPS device manufacturers to produce hardware that works with any application.

All of the GPS Intermediate Driver documentation should be useful for both application developers and device manufacturers. With that said, the GPS Intermediate Driver Application Development topic (and subtopics) may be of special interest to application developers. These topics provide information about using the GPS Intermediate Driver from an application. Of most interest may be the Accessing Parsed GPS Data and Accessing Raw GPS Data topics, which explain how to write code that uses GPS Intermediate Driver location data.

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