Videos

Dart at 60fps  (Dart Developer Summit 2015)

Dart at 60fps (Dart Developer Summit 2015)

3 years ago
Ross Smith and Arturs Vitols, Founders of Willowbrite, explore the creation of an interactive game editor and real-time simulator made in Dart running at 60FPS, all in the context of a Chrome App. Watch more from the 2015 Dart Summit here: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOU2XLYxmsIIQorIS8gagUiMau9S84vZV

DevBytes: Google Play Services 7.3

3 years ago
Google Play Services 7.3 brings a ton of great new features to help you BUILD BETTER APPS! This update brings the ability to connect multiple wearables simultaneously to a single phone. There are also some great new updates to Google Fit, including nutrition types, and to Location. Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at: goo.gl/mQyv5L
Async in Dart  (Dart Developer Summit 2015)

Async in Dart (Dart Developer Summit 2015)

3 years ago
Florian Loitsch presents Dart’s asynchronous features. He starts with a small introduction of Dart’s async library and shows how Dart’s async/await feature makes using the library easy. A more advanced part of the talk discusses ways to debug asynchronous programs and highlight how zones can be used to implement interesting features in this context. Watch […]
Keynote: Dart Today & Tomorrow  (Dart Developer Summit 2015)

Keynote: Dart Today & Tomorrow (Dart Developer Summit 2015)

3 years ago
Dart co-founders Lars Bak and Kasper Lund kick off the summit with a tour of Dart today and tomorrow. Watch more from the 2015 Dart Summit here: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOU2XLYxmsIIQorIS8gagUiMau9S84vZV
Android Wear Data Batching (Android Performance Patterns Season 2 ep4)

Android Wear Data Batching (Android Performance Patterns Season 2 ep4)

3 years ago
Writing fast and battery-friendly phone apps is essential for making users happy. But for Android Wear, it is absolutely critical. In this video, Wayne Piekarski shows you some simple tricks to batch up your Android Wear data transfers, helping to make your wearable apps more battery efficient. Some of the most important ideas are: – […]
Wear & Sensors (Android Performance Patterns Season 2 ep2)

Wear & Sensors (Android Performance Patterns Season 2 ep2)

3 years ago
Android Wear watches bring the power of Android’s sensors directly to your wrist. Whether your app uses the accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, hardware-accelerated step sensor, or more, the sensors on Android’s newest wearable can give you more accurate and personalized information than ever before. Good practices for using sensors on Android are critical to battery life […]
Battery Drain and Networking (Android Performance Patterns Season 2 ep1)

Battery Drain and Networking (Android Performance Patterns Season 2 ep1)

3 years ago
Let’s take a moment to make something insanely clear: As far as battery is concerned, NETWORKING is the biggest, baddest, dirtiest offender there is. And optimizing performance here isn’t easy. Since the chip isn’t always awake and draining power, means you can optimize how it wakes up, sends traffic, and saves battery. As Colt McAnlis […]
Smooth Android Wear Animation (Android Performance Patterns Season 2 ep3)

Smooth Android Wear Animation (Android Performance Patterns Season 2 ep3)

3 years ago
Android Wear packs a lot of power into a highly portable package. As a result, there is no excuse for your material inspired animation to be anything but buttery smooth. By following these best practices, your app can be power efficient. In this video, Hoi Lam will walk you through three top areas which impacts […]
A quest to save the universe with JavaScript — LazyWeb #2

A quest to save the universe with JavaScript — LazyWeb #2

3 years ago
The LazyWeb Show is a recap of the past week’s current events on the web platform. This week: CLICK “”””SHOW MORE”””” FOR LINKS TO EVERYTHING Service Workers hit Firefox Nightly, daily devtools tips in your inbox, debugging IE in Chrome, using Flexbox for RWD, saving the universe with 1k of JavaScript, and generators are in […]

Map Tips: Get Started with Autocomplete

3 years ago
‘Map Tips’ are designed to answer frequently asked questions about Google Maps APIs. In this video David McClusky, Google Maps Solutions Architect will review Autocomplete—Google’s ‘type ahead’ functionality. Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at: goo.gl/mQyv5L

Android Support Library: Consistent Design with AppCompat

3 years ago
Getting a great looking app doesn’t have to be hard: AppCompat, part of the Android Support Library, gives you a consistent design baseline that works on all Android 2.1 or higher devices. Find out what AppCompat provides and how to integrate it into your Android app. Learn more on the developer site: developer.android.com/tools/support-library/features.html Subscribe to […]
Android Developer Story: Jelly Button Games — Growing globally through data driven development

Android Developer Story: Jelly Button Games — Growing globally through data driven development

3 years ago
To really understand their users, Jelly Button Games analyses over 3 billion events each month using Google Analytics and Google BigQuery. With this data they pinpoint exactly where, when, and why people play their game, Pirate Kings, to find the best ways to make it more engaging. We caught up with some of the founders […]