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There are over a quarter billion large screen devices running Android across tablets, foldables, and ChromeOS devices. In just the last 12 months we’ve seen nearly 100 million new Android tablet activations–a 20% year-over-year growth, while ChromeOS, now the fastest growing desktop platform, grew by 92%. We’ve also seen Foldable devices on the rise, with …

The app experiences that you as developers build help people around the world in ways we couldn’t have imagined, and at Android Dev Summit, happening over the next two days, we’ll talk about that spirit – focusing on the user, understanding their needs, and then building experiences to delight them. We just wrapped up the keynote, …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | Adopt Wide Color Gamut A guide on what’s new in wide color in Android 10 and how to adopt wide color. Presented by: Peiyong Lin

Android Dev Summit 2019 | Google Play Billing: The “Purchase Anywhere” Paradigm Shift “In the past few years, we have introduced new features into Google Play, that enable users to discover and purchase items and subscriptions in many new ways, from inside and outside the app. Developers who have adopted these changes in their apps …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | WorkManager: Beyond the Basics Learn more about WorkManager, the Jetpack library for background processing. This talk introduces intermediate and advanced concepts to address common questions, gotchas, and issues you might see when you deploy to a large ecosystem of users and devices. Presented by: Rahul Ravikumar, Sumir Kataria

Android Dev Summit 2019 | LiveData with Coroutines and Flow LiveData is a simple lifecycle-aware observable, designed for making UIs that react to changes safely and efficiently. It can be used beyond View↔️ViewModel communications and even components like Room support it. However, there’s a risk of overuse, especially when dealing with multiple threads. The solution? …

Android Dev Summit ’19 | What’s New in Room Room offers type-safe, easy persistence without the boilerplate—but we didn’t stop there! In Room 2.2, we’ve added several highly requested features: better support for relationships, integration with Kotlin Flows, pre-packaged databases, partial entities, schema default values and faster build speed. In this talk, you’ll learn about …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | Preparing for Scoped Storage Plan overview and best practice guide to the new storage model in Android 10. Presented by: Roxanna Aliabadi‎, Zimuzo Ezeozue, Yacine Rezgui

Android Dev Summit 2019 | Shrinking Your App with R8 This talk dives into some of the details of how the R8 application shrinker shrinks apps to make it easier for developers to use R8. Presented by: Søren Gjesse, Christoffer Adamsen  

Android Dev Summit 2019 | An Opinionated Guide to Dependency Injection on Android Dagger has become the recommended way to do Dependency Injection on Android. However, there are many ways to use Dagger! Come hear why we recommend Dagger, best practices including recommended setup in multi-module projects and what plans we have to improve Dagger …