Google I/O Schedule, TLS in Android P, Chrome 67 DevTools, & More! – TL;DR 108

20 hours ago
Google I/O 2018 schedule update → Protecting users with TLS by default in Android P → What’s New In DevTools: Chrome 67 → Kayenta: Automated canary analysis → Cloud Endpoints: A new way to manage API configuration rollout → Version history support for Cloud Firestore Security Rules → Time […]

Chrome 66 – What’s New in DevTools

7 days ago
New to DevTools in Chrome 66: Blackboxing in the Network panel, auto-adjust zooming in Device Mode, HTML rendering in the Preview tab, pretty-printing in the Preview and Response tabs, and an improvement to Local Overrides. What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 66) Blog → Discuss these features & changes on the mailing list → […]

TensorFlow Dev Summit, D8 dexer in Android Studio 3.1, MobileNetV2 & more! – TL;DR 107

1 week ago
TensorFlow Dev Summit 2018 → Android Studio → Google Fonts Korean support → MobileNetV2 → Cloud Functions for Firebase v1.0 → Kubernetes Engine from GitLab → VPC Flow Logs → This week’s TL;DR is led by Google Developer Advocate Reto Meier. TL;DR is where you can stay up […]

Azure Active Directory B2C Authentication For Mobile with Matthew Soucoup

1 week ago
This week, James is joined yet again by friend of the show Sr Cloud Developer Advocate Matt Soucoup, who shows us how to take the pain out of adding user accounts to your apps with Azure AD B2C. He tells us what that acronym stands for, walks us through the Azure portal to setup an […]

How to Install Android Studio on Mac + Build Your First App in Android Studio

2 weeks ago
How to install Java JDK on Mac OS X ( with JAVA_HOME ) – In this video we will see How to Install Android Studio on MacoS. Installing Android Studio on Windows is very easy. To install Android Studio on your Mac we need to download Android Studio .dmg file. Launch the Android Studio […]

How do Dart and Flutter Work Together?

2 weeks ago
In this episode, Laurence Moroney (@lmoroney) meets with Emily Fortuna (@bouncingsheep) from the Dart Team at Google to talk about her role as a Chief Meme Officer, as well as a software engineer working on the Dart Language. They geek out over Flutter, and how it can change your mobile development for the better! Oh, […]

TensorRT & TensorFlow 1.7, Android Studio 3.1, Google Cloud Text-to-Speech & More! – TL;DR 106

2 weeks ago
TensorRT and TensorFlow 1.7 → Android Studio 3.1 → Wear OS by Google → Stackdriver APM and Stackdriver Profiler → Cloud Text-to-Speech → Kubernetes Engine Private Clusters → Today’s TL;DR is led by Google Developer Advocate Timothy Jordan. The TL;DR is where you can stay up to date on […]

Building the New MSN News App with Xamarin

2 weeks ago
This week James is joined by MSN News team members Matt Perzel and Sleiman Vierira to discuss how they built he new MSN News application from the group up using Xamarin. We discuss architecture, Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms, their DevOps pipeline, and how you can get your hands on it today. Show Links: Get the MSN […]

Developer Student Club Leads – Indonesia Summit Highlights

3 weeks ago
Check out the highlights from the Developer Student Clubs (DSC) Summit in Bali, Indonesia on March 3 – 4, 2018! Sixty DSC Leads from 60 universities across Indonesia participated and were trained on Android, Web, Machine Learning, Design Thinking, leadership, and more. They will now be training students at their universities on mobile and web […]

GTXiLib, MongoDB Atlas on GCP, Chrome 66 Beta & More! – TL;DR 105

3 weeks ago
Funding 15,000 web and Android scholarships in Africa → GTXiLib → MongoDB Atlas availability on GCP → Chrome 66 Beta → Protect and control your GCP services and data → Firebase Realtime Database supports Google Stackdriver Alerts → Firebase for Game Developers → Today’s TL;DR is led by […]

Android Developer Story: AppOn build games for the next billion

3 weeks ago
Android momentum in emerging markets presents an amazing opportunity for game developers to find new users for their games. However, to build successful games in these markets, developers need to be mindful of some best practices. Hear from AppOn Innovate, an Indian game studio, on how they build games for the next billion users. Learn […]

What’s new in Android Studio 3.1

4 weeks ago
Android Studio 3.1 release introduces highly requested improvements to the Android Profilers, including C++ profiling, class and method filtering in CPU and memory profilers, as well as request data and threads view in the network profiler. Enhanced Room support means you now get autocompletion and can now refactor across SQL and Java/Kotlin code. On the […]