Videos

Tools and Tips to Boost User Engagement and Retention (Google I/O ’17)

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Google Play connects you to over 1 billion people globally. Learn how to create engaging app experiences that keep users coming back. Learn about the tools and features developers can take advantage of across Google Play, Firebase and Google Identity to optimize key aspects of the user experience such as on-boarding, personalization, or notifications, to […]

Developer Keynote Highlights (Google I/O ’17)

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Recap the highlights and top announcements of this year’s Developer Keynote led by Jason Titus. More information about the event: google.com/io Keynote and session recordings: g.co/io/videos I/O Guide videos: g.co/io/guide Event photos: g.co/io/photos #io17

Designing Great Apps for New Internet Users (Google I/O ’17)

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Millions of new internet users will be coming online in the near future, but many will still have slow and intermittent access. Learn best practices about designing products and experiences for constrained connectivity contexts from Google designers who think about this every day. See all the talks from Google I/O ’17 here: goo.gl/D0D4VE Watch more […]

Android Performance: UI (Google I/O ’17)

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This session will help developers better understand the rendering architecture used to display UIs, and how that affects performance. The session will also cover tips and techniques for diagnosing app performance problems. Attendees might also be interested in the session, “”Android Performance: Overview””, which will cover performance from an overall system perspective. Watch more Android […]

Developing High Performance Games for Android (Google I/O ’17)

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Mobile games have better graphics and deeper gameplay than ever before. This means that developers need to optimize their games to get the best experience on each device to meet the expectations of their users. In this session, you will see how Android can be the premier platform for high end, visually rich, game experiences. […]

DevTools: State of the Union 2017 (Google I/O ’17)

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See a demo tour of new DevTools features that will allow web developers to build Progressive Web Apps, determine performance and accessibility issues via an auto-generated report, debug JavaScript apps with powerful new async stepping tools, and make code editing seamless with hot-swapping and auto-saving. Watch more Chrome and Web talks at I/O ’17 here: […]

Notifications UX: What’s New for Android O (Google I/O ’17)

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Android’s notification system evolves with each release to better serve users as they go about staying on top of their busy lives. This year is no exception. Join members of the Android UX team to learn more about some of the upcoming changes to notifications in the final release of Android O, the research that […]

Android Apps for Chromebooks and Large Screen Devices (Google I/O ’17)

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Play Store on Chromebooks is a game-changer for how Android apps are expected to behave on large screens and desktop form factors. This session aims to provide Android app developers information, guidance, and examples on how to improve and optimize their app on Chromebooks. Doing so will lead to successfully tapping into a new market, […]

I/O ’17 Guide – Experiments

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Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17. In this segment, he explores the Experiments Sandbox, learning about Experiments across Android, Chrome and AI, as well as winning 2017 Experiments Challenge Contest executions. Learn more: — experiments.withgoogle.com All I/O Guide videos: g.co/io/guide More information about the event: […]

PullString: Storytelling in the Age of Conversational Interfaces (Google I/O ’17)

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While the medium may change, the story remains the key element in engaging audiences. Come learn from the storytelling masters at PullString how they apply the learnings from over a decade working at Pixar to the new medium of conversational interfaces See all the talks from Google I/O ’17 here: goo.gl/D0D4VE Watch more Android talks […]

Staying off the Rocks: Using Lighthouse to Build Seaworthy Progressive Web Apps (Google I/O ’17)

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Last year at I/O we launched Lighthouse, an open-source, automated tool for auditing and improving the quality of your web apps. One year later, we’ll walk you through what’s new in Lighthouse and how it’s evolved into a companion for modern web development. We’ll cover using Lighthouse in different environments (Node CLI, Chrome DevTools, WebPageTest, […]

Production Progressive Web Apps With JavaScript Frameworks (Google I/O ’17)

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Learn how the world’s largest brands ship Progressive Web Apps that instantly load on mobile hardware. We’ll look at how apps built using React, Preact, Vue, Angular & Polymer can be used to build instantly interactive, engaging & data-plan sensitive user experiences. We’ll also look at how this investment paid off on core business metrics. […]