Web Components are a set of technologies that changes the way you develop web apps entirely. By making components scoped and reusable in standardized way, your web development will step up to the next level. In this video, you will learn how to work with HTML Imports. Subscribe to the Google Developers channel here: goo.gl/mQyv5L
Coming up with a compelling idea for a new service is a challenge, and building an app that realizes your vision is even more difficult. However, if you harness some of today’s more powerful tools, you can leapfrog others and get to market sooner! In less than 15 minutes, Google engineer Wesley Chun will show […]
The email you send to users are lost in their inboxes. Improve their experience by adding markup to those messages. In this episode, we’ll show you what that markup looks like, and how tools like Inbox, Google Now, search, and Google Calendar use that markup to highlight the most important information for them!
Hey there Polycasters! We wanted to take a moment to wish you all very happy holidays and thank you so much for checking out the first season. In today’s episode we have highlights from the Chrome Dev Summit and a survey so *you* can let us know what content you’d like to see in the […]
Google? Making a show for iOS developers? It’s more likely than you’d think. Todd Kerpelman tells you what you can expect in Route 85, and has his patience tested along the way. Things… don’t go well. But things will go well for you if you stay tuned and learn how to put the power of […]
My Plus One and Airspruce founder and media professional Clare Freeman outlines how she writes a great press release, and uses media relationships, to get her startups international coverage in publications like The New York Times magazine and Condé Nast Traveler. airspruce.me www.myplusone.net How I: is a video series where entrepreneurs share their tips, hacks, […]
Creating multi-screen experiences is a great way to increase engagement with applications. Google Cast lets you connect the big screen in people’s living rooms to an existing application to take advantage of Cast enabled devices like Chromecast and Android TV. Alex introduces key Cast concepts and provides a quick tour of how developers can integrate […]
In this DevByte, Timothy Jordan introduces the Watch Face API for Android Wear. Watch faces give developers the opportunity to customize the most prominent UI feature of Android wearables. The API is simple enough for rapid development and flexible enough to build something awesome.
Over has taken a simple idea, adding text to photos, and turned it into a creative tool enabling anyone to easily and intuitively add a unique twist to any image. Despite everyone on the team being new to Android, they had their first prototype running within a week. To learn more about starting a successful […]
There’s nothing more annoying than visiting a site and just seeing white space where the text should be, just because the web font is taking an age to load. Jake brings news of a potential improvement to the web that could help, and he also discovers that conferences are incredibly dangerous places to frequent! Watch […]