The Developer Show (TL;DR 070)

12 hours ago
The Google I/O tour and inside scoop: All the keynote and session videos: Introduction to Kotlin: Building an Android Instant App: Zero to App: Live coding a Firebase app in JavaScript, Kotlin, and Swift: Effective TensorFlow for Non-Experts: VR and AR at Google: Building Apps for the Google […]

Using Web Components with Angular (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
Web Components help developers with their universal portability. Angular is a powerful framework for building full applications with the web. Come learn how to combine these two superpowers. In this session, we’ll cover managing component state and communicating through event and property bindings, best practices for architecting your Angular application to take advantage of Web […]

Cloud Spanner 101: Google’s Mission-Critical Relational Database (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
In this session, we’ll share an overview of Google Cloud Spanner, Google’s mission-critical, relational and scalable application database, which is now publicly available as a managed service on Google Cloud. You’ll learn how Cloud Spanner evolved, how Google uses it internally and how you can use it for your next project. See all the talks […]

Android TV: How to Engage More Users and Earn More Revenue (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
Learn about strategies and techniques for monetization and increasing engagement on Android TV. Hear how new features such as the Google Assistant, recommendations, subscriptions, and more can help seamlessly drive users to your app content, to help you build a happy and engaged user base. Watch more Android talks at I/O ’17 here: See […]

Applying Built-in Hacks of Conversation to Your Voice UI (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
As you gear up to build great Conversation Actions for the Google Assistant, find out how to leverage one of the principles that practically defines what it means to be “conversational” – our ability to take mental leaps, to draw inferences, to be informative, to feel like we’re making progress. Conversation is systematic, but to […]

Android Wear UI Development Best Practice (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
We have made significant updates to the Android Wear UI framework since launch to best support Material Design for Android Wear. We will cover why we deprecated a number of UI classes, how we are integrating this with the Android mobile support library and what developers should use going forward. In addition, we will go […]

How to Enable Contextual App Experiences (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
It’s important to understand user context and their interactions with the world around them. Who or what they’re near can power magical user experiences. The Awareness and Nearby APIs enable your application to understand context and power contextual experiences. This session will provide you with an overview of these APIs, examples of some of the […]

Life is Great and Everything Will Be Ok, Kotlin is Here (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
Using Kotlin for Android development has grown in popularity over the past few years and is now officially supported by Google. If you are not already using Kotlin you might be wondering why and how to adopt it. In the first part of this talk, Jake will cover advancing the usage and design patterns of […]

Cranking Up Performance in Graphics Intensive Web Apps and Games (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
Better graphics performance leads to richer, smoother and more responsive user experiences. Several new APIs (OffscreenCanvas, ImageBitmap and more) are geared at increasing graphics throughput and smoothness in applications that rely on the HTML canvas element. The possibilities offered by the new APIs range from simple performance tricks to powerful programming paradigms, such as asynchrony, […]

Building for Your Next Billion Users (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
New internet users are coming online around the world and are facing very different constraints to accessing the internet. In this talk, we’ll cover what we’ve learned from building experiences for new internet users and walk through how you can build great experiences that work well for billions of users around the world. Watch more […]

Getting the Green Lock: HTTPS Stories from the Field (Google I/O ’17)

3 days ago
HTTPS is not only baseline security on the web, but also benefits site business by unlocking powerful capabilities and performance improvements. As the benefits of HTTPS have increased, and as migrating to HTTPS has become easier and cheaper, we’ve seen a surge in HTTPS usage on the web. We’ll explore real world stories of sites […]

In Conversation, There Are No Errors (Google I/O ’17)

4 days ago
When building a Conversation Action for the Google Assistant, consider that so-called “error events”” don’t have to be treated as edge cases. Instead, these can become opportunities to forge meaningful exchanges that leverage users’ mental models of how everyday conversations unfold. This talk will frame a new way of approaching fallback and repair, in which […]