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Google I/O 2019 | Code, Build, Run, and Observe with Google Cloud In this session, attendees will learn how Google Cloud is enabling developers to focus on their code by providing better tools and infrastructure for their backend services. Come learn about the investments made in the past year that make it easy to code, …

Google I/O 2019 | What’s New in Android Get an overview of the latest developer features in Android. Speakers: Chet Haase, Romain Guy, Dan Sandler Session ID: TB15CF Citi I/O Liwaiwai DotLAH!

Google I/O 2019 | Zero to App: Live Coding a Cross-Platform App on Firebase Firebase makes it easy to build a cross-platform app. How easy? Let’s try it out together! In this session our team live-codes an app on stage for Android, iOS, and Web. Each platform will have the same functionality, built upon the …

Google I/O 2019 | Unleash the Power of Play Store Discovery In this talk, you’ll see the breadth of the developer marketing tools and discovery opportunities on the store, and how to take advantage of them. The talk will cover new tools to customize and experiment with your store presence. You will also learn how …

Google I/O 2019 | Intro to the Google Assistant: Build Your First Action The Google Assistant is here to change the way users get things done. This intro session will cover the fundamentals of the Google Assistant and what you can build for the assistive future. See which development journeys to take as a web …

Overview Contains instructions on how to install Kotlin in an Ubuntu operating system. With a sample code on how to compile and execute a simple program.   Prerequisites Ubuntu 18 or higher Java is installed   Install via SDKMAN 01. Open a terminal and install applications needed by SDKMAN SDKMAN! is a tool for managing …

Google I/O 2019 | Material Theming: Build Expressively with Material Components Discover how Google made Material Design more expressive and how teams can customize Material’s style to better reflect their product’s brand. In this talk, learn how you can build your own Material Theme using Material Components. Speakers: Yasmine Evjen and Michelle Alvarez Session ID: …

Google I/O 2019 | Designing AR Applications AR is an entirely new medium with an entirely new set of design challenges and opportunities. This session will cover everything Google has learned so far about AR design and specific best practices, including volumetric interfaces, object placement, scene understanding, and designing for all users. Speakers: Alex Faaborg, …

Google I/O 2019 | Improve Digital Wellbeing: Google’s Approach and Tips for Developers Members of Google’s UX and product teams will present learnings about digital wellbeing and how to develop for it. You’ll gain insights into tools Google has built to help kids, adults, and families manage their relationships with technology. You’ll also gain insight …

Google I/O 2019 | What’s New in Android Studio UI Design and Debugging Tools In 2019, the Android team is refining the developer journey with a set of new tools for building modern interfaces. From building a layout to debugging views at runtime, this session will take you through a variety of steps that can …