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

16 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 […]

New in Chrome 66: CSS Types Model Object, Async Clipboard & new Canvas contexts

3 days ago
Chrome 66 makes CSS manipulation easier with the new CSS Typed Model Object, access to the clipboard is now asynchronous, and there’s a new rendering context for canvas elements. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 66! Check out all of the details, including links to docs, specs and samples → […]

Probabilistic Machine Learning in TensorFlow

7 days ago
In this episode of Coffee with a Googler, Laurence Moroney sits down with Josh Dillon. Josh works on TensorFlow, Google’s open source library for numerical computation, which is typically used in Machine Learning and AI applications. He discusses working on the Distribution API, which is based on probabilistic programming. Watch this video to find out […]

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 […]

Class-based Tree Shaking – HTTP203

1 week ago
Jake Archibald and Surma talk tree shaking in this episode of HTTP203. And show you some code! For the first time. Lovely. Subscribe to Chrome Developers here: Watch more HTTP203: Listen to the HTTP203 podcast for a full hour conversation & more: Itunes:

Build real-world games with Google Maps APIs

2 weeks ago
The Google Maps APIs gaming offering helps you build engaging game worlds that are based on reality. This platform for building real-world games is built on Google Maps and backed by Google infrastructure. We’ve brought the richness of Google Maps to the Unity game engine through an SDK. We turn buildings, roads, and parks into […]

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, […]

Introduction to Custom Actions for the Google Assistant SDK

2 weeks ago
The Google Assistant SDK lets you embed the Google Assistant into your own device. In addition to all of the natural language understanding of the Google Assistant, you can also build custom actions that will run on your own unique hardware when a user says a particular phrase. Nick Felker also shows you some of […]

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 […]

DevTools Await: Micro Tip #29 – Supercharged

2 weeks ago
Surma shows you a small trick to make debugging and experimenting easier using DevTools! If you have questions or suggestions, hit us up on Twitter! Surma: Watch more Supercharged Micro Tips here: If you want to follow Surma as he builds a PWA using WordPress, check out Commit Log: Subscribe to the […]

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 […]