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Android Developers Backstage - Episode 1: KitKat

11/26/2013
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Get an overview of the new features in Android 4.4 KitKat presented by members of the Android team. Chet Haase and Tor Norbye cover many of the new features including Transitions, Storage Access Framework, Immersive Mode, Printing API, and Closed Captioning.

Duration: 00:53:32


Android Developers Backstage - Episode 1: KitKat

11/26/2013
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Get an overview of the new features in Android 4.4 KitKat presented by members of the Android team. Chet Haase and Tor Norbye cover many of the new features including Transitions, Storage Access Framework, Immersive Mode, Printing API, and Closed Captioning.

Duration: 00:53:32


Google I/O 2013 - What's New in Google Play Services

5/21/2013
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Presented by Reto Meier and Rich Hyndman at Google I/O 2013.A high-level view of everything that's now available as part of Google Play services since it's launch, with a special focus on how this affects you as a developer - and what you should be paying attention to.

Duration: 00:27:54


Google I/O 2013 - What’s New for Developers in Google Play

5/21/2013
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Presented by Riccardo Govoni, Ellie Powers, and Miles Barr at Google I/O 2013.Publishing a new application on Google Play is just the beginning -- you work constantly to update your app, improve user reviews, see what users are doing with your app, expand into new markets, and build a revenue stream. Join the team who brought you the new Developer Console to learn how Google Play is bringing you more data to optimize your application, better tools to distribute your application, and new...

Duration: 00:36:48


Google I/O 2013 - Android Proptips 3: Making Apps Work Like Magic

5/21/2013
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Presented by Reto Meier at Google I/O 2013.Learn how to use advanced Android techniques to build apps so good, people think they're magic. Featuring advanced coding tips and tricks, implementation patterns, and exposure to some of the lesser-known APIs, you'll gain insight into how to build context sensitive apps that delight your users without draining their battery.

Duration: 00:57:48


Google I/O 2013 - What's New in Android Developer Tools

5/21/2013
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Presented by Xavier Ducrohet and Tor Norbye at Google I/O 2013.An in-depth tour of the Android development tools, with an introduction to Android Studio. Includes a closer look at everything new - along with tips and tricks for getting the most out of them.

Duration: 00:53:18


This Week in Android Development (16 Nov 2012)

11/16/2012
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November 16, 2012Google Android Developer Advocate Reto Meier delivers a review of what's coming up this week on Android Developers Live, and a roundup of what we broadcast last week - plus new app launches and other Android developer news.Links for your convenience:Android 4.2 and the new Nexus Devices: http://bit.ly/NewNexiiAndroid SDK Tools r21: http://bit.ly/AndroidToolsR21Introducing the Android 4.2 SDK: http://bit.ly/AndroidL17SDKAndroid Training:...

(╯□)╯︵ ┻━┻ (Episode 1: Exit Buttons)

11/8/2012
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Episode 1: "Exit" ButtonsYou know those days when you're checking out an awesome Android app, then you run into an anti-pattern that totally destroys the magic?I do. Rather than destroy the furniture, I've channeled those emotions into something more productive.

August 1st 2012 Android Developer Office Hours - Project Butter

8/30/2012
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http://commondatastorage.googleapis.com/androiddevelopers/Android_Developers_Live/MTV/August_1_Office_Hours_ADLive.mp3This week the topic of interest was Android's Project Butter with hosts Trevor Johns, Alex Lucas and special guest Romain Guy.The Android Developer Relations team broadcasts Android Developer Office Hours every Wednesday at 2pm Pacific Time (UTC-7). We answer Android development questions from a moderator queue and from folks who join us live in our hangout.You can find our...

Google I/O 2012 - Measuring the End-to-End Value of Your App

7/23/2012
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Presented by Neil Rhodes, Nick Mihailovski, and Mike Kwongat Google I/O 2012.We've rethought mobile app analytics from the ground up. If you are a mobile app developer, come see what's new from the land of Google Analytics; Understand how to measure the end-to-end value of your app, and improve its performance to drive usage and retention.You can find our schedule at http://developers.google.com/live/android

Google I/O 2012 - Google Play: Marketing 101 for Developers

7/23/2012
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Presented byPatrick Mork and Kushagra Shrivastava at Google I/O 2012.As soon as you hit the “Publish” button on your app, you become (partly) a marketer; you might as well try to be a good one. We’ll share everything we know about promoting apps on Google play: building a strategic marketing framework, making good use of media channels, taking advantage of the assets we’ve built for developers, and convincing the Play team to feature your app.You can find our schedule at...

Duration: 00:54:50


Google I/O 2012 - Monetizing Android Apps

7/23/2012
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Presented byChrix Finne and Kenneth Lui at Google I/O 2012.There’s more than one way to make money with your Android app: Paid apps, in-app billing, advertising, and so on. This session covers the subject comprehensively, with details on the monetization tools in Google Play and a close look at the AdMob SDK, ad network mediation and Google Analytics. Walk away armed with knowledge on how you can make more money, get more users and gain more insights.You can find our schedule at...

Google I/O 2012 - Android Apps in Google Play

7/23/2012
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Presented by Chris Yerga and Ellie Powers at Google I/O 2012.Google Play is growing faster than ever. In this talk, we'll share insights about Google Play's momentum, the most successful Google Play apps, and some new developments coming soon from Google Play. We'll also share new publisher-facing features that will help Android app developers get the most as they run their day-to-day businesses in Google Play.You can find our schedule at http://developers.google.com/live/android

Duration: 00:57:53


Google I/O 2012 - Advanced Design for Engineers

7/23/2012
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Presented byAlex Faaborg and Christian Robertson at Google I/O 2012.Design isn’t black magic, it’s a field that people can learn. In this talk two elite designers from Google will give you an advanced crash course in interactive and visual design. Topics will include mental models, natural mappings, metaphors, mode errors, visual hierarchies, typography and gestalt principles. Correctly applied this knowledge can drastically improve the quality of your work.You can find our schedule at...

Google I/O 2012 - Navigation in Android

7/23/2012
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Presented by Adam Powell and Richard Fulcherat Google I/O 2012.An app is useless if people can’t find their way around it. Android introduced big navigation-support changes in 3.0 and 4.0. The Action Bar offers a convenient control for Up navigation, the Back key’s behavior became more consistent within tasks, and the Recent Tasks UI got an overhaul. In this talk, we discuss how and why we got where we are today, how to think about navigation when designing your app’s user experience, and...

Google I/O 2012 - So You've Read the Design Guide; Now What?

7/22/2012
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Presented by Daniel Lehmann, Tor Norbye, and Richard Ngo at Google I/O 2012.The Android Design Guide describes how to design beautiful Android apps, but not how to build them. In this talk we'll give practical tips for how to apply fit finish as you are implementing your design, we'll show you how to avoid some common pitfalls, we'll describe some useful patterns, and show you how tools can help.You can find our schedule at http://developers.google.com/live/android

Duration: 00:41:50


Google I/O 2012 - Android Design for Success

7/22/2012
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Presented by Rachel Garb, Jens Nagel, Nate Streu, and Matias Duarte at Google I/O 2012.You have a great idea for an Android app. You want it to stand out among hundreds of thousands. You want your users to love it and tell everyone they know. The Android User Experience team is here to help. We’ll talk about the Android Design guide and other tricks of the trade for creating apps that delight users and help them accomplish their goals. No design background is required.You can find our...

Duration: 00:55:44


Google I/O 2012 - Android Fireside Chat

7/22/2012
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Hosted by Chris DiBona, panelists includeReto Meier, Dave Burke, Xavier Ducrohet, Dan Morrill, Diane Hackborn, Rebecca Schultz, and Ficus Kirkpatrick.Meet the Android Engineering team, and dig deep on the technology.You can find our schedule at http://developers.google.com/live/android

Duration: 01:01:48


Google I/O 2012 - Android WebView

7/21/2012
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Presented byNicolas Roardat Google I/O 2012.Hundred of thousands of Android applications use WebView to display HTML content. In Android 4.0 it’s hardware-accelerated, which allows support for HTML5 features such as inline video, CSS 3d, CSS animations, and overflow elements. This talk will give an overview of the underlying implementation in ICS, explain how to best take advantage of WebView in your application, and cover best practices for high-performance HTML code.You can find our...

Google I/O 2012 - Ten Things Game Developers Should Know

7/20/2012
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Presented by Dan Galpin and Ian Ni-Lewis at Google I/O 2012.This session reveals the things experienced game developers do to get good Google Play reviews, create a strong Android user experience, and be considered for featuring in Google Play Apps.You can find our schedule at http://developers.google.com/live/android

Duration: 00:56:16

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