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DevBytes: Web Components – Shadow Dom

4 years ago
Web Components are a set of technologies that changes the way you develop web apps entirely. By making components scoped and reusable in standardized way, your web development will step up to the next level. In this video, you will learn how to work with Shadow Dom.

How I: Manage beta testing communities using Google Play

4 years ago
Sygic’s Pavol Magic uses beta testing G+ communities to get feedback and surface bugs from real users – here’s how. www.sygic.com. See full playlist at goo.gl/Hgh5Zf. g.co/launch

구글 플레이 게임의 새로운 기능들 (What’s new in Google Play Games) [Korean]

4 years ago
구글 플레이 게임에 새롭게 추가된 메타게임, 스냅샷, 퀘스트 등의 기능들을 살펴보며 게이머들을 게임에 유입, 참여, 잔류하게 하는 다양한 방법에 대해서 배워봅시다.

안드로이드 웨어 디자인 (Android Wear Design) [Korean]

4 years ago
안드로이드 웨어를 위한 앱과 서비스를 디자인할 때 꼭 기억해야할 핵심 원칙들을 살펴봅니다. (Just look at the key principles to remember when designing your app and service for Android Wear.)

Root Access: Increasing traction by using new technologies, with startup Unified Intents

4 years ago
Your startup can get good media attention and traction by being early on a new platform. Jakob Berglund from the startup Unified Intents tells Martin Omander how they did it, and keep doing it. Also, how to measure users’ behavior in your mobile app and learn from it.

Root Access: Tuning the Freemium model, with startup Unified Intents

4 years ago
Freemium is the way to go for many apps. You need to make a good app for non-paying users, to get good reviews, while at the same time giving customers a good reason to upgrade to the paid version. Philip Bergqvist from the startup Unified Intents tells Martin Omander how they struck this balance.

DevBytes: Chrome DevTools Device Mode

4 years ago
Chrome DevTools provides a great feature to help debugging multi-screen sites that use CSS media queries. It’s called Device Mode. Device Mode lets web developers quickly and easily test out their content to check that different sized screens and devices are being handled properly. It’s also really simple to try out different screen resolutions, orientations, […]

Keynote: Cloud Roadshow 2014

4 years ago
A Google perspective on the key trends, technologies, and ideas in today’s Cloud computing marketplace. Jeromy Carriere, Engineering Director

How to Design, Build and Run a Cloud app with Mandy Waite

4 years ago
At Google I/O 2014, many of the talks on the Cloud Track were centered around a demo application called Walkshare. This session walks through how we built Walkshare and examines the design decisions that we made and introduces the Cloud technologies – including App Engine, Compute Engine, Cloud Datastore, Redis and Cloud Endpoints – that […]

From Data to Meaning with Mandy Waite

4 years ago
How can you gain more insight from your data? In this session we look at a specific application of the Google Cloud Platform to a Data problem while at the same time demonstrating that the same methodology can be applied to wide range of similar Data problems. We’ll look at how you can spin up […]

Containerizing the Cloud with Julia Ferrailoli

4 years ago
What are containers and why are they so important to Google and the developer ecosystem? Learn how containers are used at Google, with Google Cloud Platform, and get a initial look at the new open source container cluster manager, Kubernetes.

Blurring the IaaS PaaS Divide with Julia Ferraioli

4 years ago
When building a new application, many developers find themselves facing a choice: whether to use Infrastructure or Platform as a Service? This session explores how Google Cloud Platform is closing the gap between the two and offering developers both flexibility and management with features such as managed virtual machines, replica pools, and managed runtimes. Julia […]