Videos

CSS Grid: Micro Tip #18 – Supercharged

2 months ago
CSS Grid is the next-generation layout for the web. Surma explains the basics. For more about Grid, look at Rachel Andrew’s gridbyexample.com/ If you have questions or suggestions, hit us up on Twitter! Surma: twitter.com/DasSurma Watch more episodes of Supercharged here: goo.gl/WFD8py Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at goo.gl/LLLNvf

Introduction to TensorFlow Lattice

2 months ago
Check out Gitbub Repo for instructions and examples: goo.gl/LbVVPh Also take a look at the Deep Lattice Networks publication for mathematical details: goo.gl/REE6cb Maya Gupta, Seungil You and Jan Pfeifer introduce TensorFlow Lattice. TensorFlow Lattice is an open source project that provides a set of prebuilt TensorFlow Estimators that are easy to use, and TensorFlow […]

How the Web Competes with Native — Designer vs. Developer #12

2 months ago
Welcome to Designer vs. Developer, a show that tries to solve the challenges faced in the industry by opening a conversation between the two, providing take aways, solutions to workflows, tools & discussions on everyday struggles. Mustafa speaks to Matt Gaunt, a Developer Programs Engineer on the Google Developers Relations Team, about progressive web apps […]

Imposter Syndrome – HTTP203

2 months ago
Surma and Jake Archibald discuss how they feel about imposter syndrome and whether it really matters that you can’t remember technical stuff by heart if you can look it up. Plus a little Flexbox hack! #HTTP203 Subscribe to Chrome Developers here: goo.gl/LLLNvf Watch more HTTP203 here: goo.gl/bTQMrY Check out the HTTP203 podcast for the full […]

4.18 Preview | Feature Highlight | Unreal Engine Livestream

2 months ago
The release of 4.18 is just around the corner with fantastic updates to volumetric lightmaps, the clothing tool, the revamped Physics Asset Editor, Media Framework 3.0 and even improved support for both Google’s ARCore and Apple’s ARKit. Nick and James join the livestream to discuss these changes and talk about what else is in store […]

How to Publish a Google Assistant App That Will Pass Review

2 months ago
The Google Assistant is the conversation between the users and Google. Users can get things done by talking with the Assistant. After you’ve designed conversations and developed apps, you’re probably ready to share them with users. Join @greenido to learn how to prepare for deployment and pass the app review process. Learn more here: App […]

Totally Tooling Tips: Managing Your Bundle Size

2 months ago
The amount of JavaScript you send to your users can affect your load and parse time of your Javascript resulting in a slow feeling site. In this episode, learn how to keep track of your bundle size during development and get accustomed with tools that will help you track your bundle size over time. Links […]

Kotlin and Android Studio: #CoffeeWithAGoogler meets Jeffrey Van Gogh

2 months ago
Did you know that you can now build Android apps using Kotlin? In this episode of Coffee with a Googler, Laurence Moroney (@lmoroney) meets Jeffrey Van Gogh and chats about how we brought Kotlin to Android Studio. More about Android Studio here: goo.gl/Haaovn Learn more about Kotlin here: goo.gl/lbMKT6 Watch more episodes of Coffee with […]

Aspect Ratio Hack: Micro Tip #17 – Supercharged

2 months ago
Surma shows you how you can make an element maintain an aspect ratio with CSS. If you have questions or suggestions, hit us up on Twitter! Surma: twitter.com/DasSurma Watch more episodes of Supercharged here: goo.gl/WFD8py Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at goo.gl/LLLNvf

A.I. Experiments: Teachable Machine

2 months ago
Teachable Machine is an experiment that makes it easier for anyone to start exploring how machine learning works. It lets you teach a machine using your camera – live in the browser, no coding required. It’s built with a library called deeplearn.js, which makes it easier for any web developer to get into machine learning, […]

Continuously delivering apps to Kubernetes using Helm – Adnan Abdulhussein (Bitnami)

3 months ago
With Helm, you can deploy distributed apps on Kubernetes using packages known as charts, but how do you go beyond that initial deployment? Helm was designed to fit right into existing CI/CD pipelines and in this talk we’ll see this in action. We’ll also discuss the benefits of managing all your deployment configuration as code, […]

The Developer Show (TL;DR 083)

3 months ago
Google Play Billing Library 1.0: goo.gl/7Lfg1B Faster GPUs for Google Compute Engine: goo.gl/gi4FrT Google Cloud Dataprep: goo.gl/hUkg6w Cloud Natural Language: goo.gl/8F6bLX NLP story: goo.gl/8suZxP Committed use discounts for Google Compute Engine: goo.gl/eBdXjE Stackdriver Debugger for Node.js: goo.gl/29ZBGq New Ways to Connect and Measure on YouTube: goo.gl/NPXJ1W The Developer Show is where you can stay up […]