Videos

Project Tango concepts – DevBytes

3 years ago
Johnny Lee introduces the three core technical concepts in Project Tango. These are as follows: 00:39 Motion Tracking 02:20 Area Learning 03:55 Depth Perception.
Create reusable elements with ease — Polycasts #14

Create reusable elements with ease — Polycasts #14

3 years ago
Creating reusable components doesn’t have to be so tricky! Use the polyserve tool to make element authoring a breeze. CLICK “”””SHOW MORE”””” FOR LINKS TO EVERYTHING Demo source code github.com/robdodson/polycasts/tree/master/ep14-reusable-elements Polymer 0.8 documentation www.polymer-project.org/0.8/ Polyserve github.com/polymerlabs/polyserve Previous guide to creating reusable components www.polymer-project.org/0.5/docs/start/reusableelements.html LazyWeb ep1 Polymer 0.8: First Look Moar routing with… more-routing Scrolling at […]

Introduction to planetary-scale geospatial analysis with Google Earth Engine

3 years ago
Google Earth Engine puts the power of big geospatial data analysis in your hands. This video introduces Earth Engine and demonstrates how it is being used to address planetary challenges. Future videos in the series will show how you can use Earth Engine to perform your own large-scale analyses. Subscribe to the Google Developers channel […]

Coffee with a Googler: Chat with Adriana Cerundolo about Google Developer Groups

3 years ago
Google Developer Groups (GDGs) are in-person meetups for developers who are interested in Google’s developer technology. In this episode of Coffee with a Googler, +Laurence Moroney meets with +Adriana Cerundolo, community manager for GDGs about what they are and how YOU can get started with finding one in your local area. Learn all about the […]

Kids, Robots, and a passion for Science

3 years ago
Take a tour with Sarah Heimlich as she explores the FIRST 2015 regional competition held at Sydney’s Olympic Park. Listen to the kids explain in their own words what it means to be part of a team, part of the future, and creating the future with science. #omgrobots Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at: […]

How We: Use pilot tests and Android sensors to democratize science

3 years ago
Lab4U uses Android sensors to create science labs in classrooms across Chile. Hear from co-founder and CEO Komal Dadlani on how she structured the tests, observed users, and incorporated their learnings to build a scalable product and improve science education. How I: is a video series where entrepreneurs share their tips, hacks, and lessons learned. […]
The physical web is all around us — LazyWeb #1

The physical web is all around us — LazyWeb #1

3 years ago
The LazyWeb Show is a recap of the past week’s current events on the web platform. CLICK “”””SHOW MORE”””” FOR LINKS TO EVERYTHING This week: Microsoft shows off Project Spartan, Beacons by Blesh connect the physical world to your phone, React Native goes open source, a11y-wins.tumblr.com catalogs great accessibility, Polymer 0.8 hits the airwaves, and […]

How I: Build open platforms on Android

3 years ago
Awesome apps, sure, but what about awesome platforms? Enplug’s chief software architect shares how they deployed their SDK (and shares their gitHub sample) to build an open platform for digital signage on Android. How I: is a video series where entrepreneurs share their tips, hacks, and lessons learned. Check out the full playlist at goo.gl/nCKr3G. […]

Getting more from Santa with deep links

3 years ago
Google’s Santa Tracker for Android is now open source on GitHub at github.com/google/santa-tracker-android. To help with user engagement, the app uses the App Indexing API (goo.gl/aZABr2) to enable autocomplete support for Santa Tracker games from Google Search. This is done using deep linking. In this video, Jarek Wilkiewicz demonstrates how the feature works in Santa […]

Sun Surveyor brings augmented reality to photographers using Google Maps APIs

3 years ago
See how Adam Ratana, developer of Sun Surveyor, is using Google Maps APIs to help photographers capture the perfect photo. Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at: goo.gl/mQyv5L
Polymer 0.8: First Look — Polycasts #13

Polymer 0.8: First Look — Polycasts #13

3 years ago
Polymer 0.8 has landed and with it come some major changes and performance improvements! CLICK “”””SHOW MORE”””” FOR LINKS TO EVERYTHING Demo source code github.com/robdodson/polycasts/tree/master/ep13-08-first-look Polymer 0.8 documentation www.polymer-project.org/0.8/ Content elements with core-drawer-panel Shady DOM explainer www.polymer-project.org/0.8/docs/devguide/local-dom.html Host selector documentation (and Shadow DOM CSS cheat sheet) robdodson.me/shadow-dom-css-cheat-sheet/#host Scrolling at 60fps with core-list Moar routing with… […]

How I: Use events to build DeadSocial’s brand

3 years ago
Social from beyond the grave? Founder James Norris uses events like SXSW and local pop-up shops to get users, build his brand, and forge collaborations. Learn his six-step process, and check out his event ideas, in this video. How I: is a video series where entrepreneurs share their tips, hacks, and lessons learned. Check out […]