An application library may define an infrastructure (e.g., a framework for managing, monitoring, and provisioning resources) that provides mechanisms for validating graphical user interfaces (GUIs) of an application to ensure the application complies with various standards, such as distraction and safety guidelines as specified by various traffic agencies across the globe (e.g., the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA), the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), etc.). For example, the application library may limit a complexity of the application by constraining the number of pages in an application flow (e.g., a series of steps required to complete a task), the number of items per page, etc. Responsive to validating the GUIs, the application library may permit display of the GUIs via a head unit (e.g., an infotainment system) of a vehicle (e.g., automobile, motorcycle, a bus, a recreational vehicle (RV), a semi-trailer truck, a tractor or other type of farm equipment, a train, a plane, a helicopter, etc.).
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