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Google I/O 2019 | Three New Ways to Secure Your App with Firebase Authentication Whether you’re an enterprise developer or building the next smash-hit mobile app, you’ve probably had to spend precious time on security so your company doesn’t become headline news. Experience a demo-packed session featuring three new ways that Firebase Authentication is making …

Google I/O 2019 | Pragmatic State Management in Flutter Declarative UI frameworks eliminate whole classes of bugs. But they can also be a puzzle until you figure out how to structure your app logic around them. Walk through Flutter’s app with live data and see how to structure content in a simple yet scalable way. …

Google I/O 2019 | Motional Intelligence: Build Smarter Animations Look at techniques for writing animations that work like state machines, that can be interrupted or retargeted while running.You’ll learn ways to architect your animations to achieve this using libraries and classes.   Speaker: Nick Butcher Session ID: TF849A

Google I/O 2019 | Unlocking New Capabilities for the Web To close the capability gap between the web and native to provide a solid foundation for modern applications delivered on the web, the web needs open. Learn how some of these new capabilities work, what’s on our road map, and how we’re designing them to …

Google I/O 2019 | Build Fast and Smooth Web Apps from Feature Phone to Desktop Feature phones with tiny screen and no touch interface are coming “back” to the market. No matter how “responsive design” it is, most web applications are hard to use in those phones. Taking learnings from Japanese mobile web development in …

Google I/O 2019 | Build Bigger, Better: Gradle for Large Projects Codebases grow larger over time, and many developers struggle with how to structure their builds so that they’re fast, correct, and easy to maintain. This session will explore how AndroidX libraries use Android Studio and Gradle, what things have worked well, and what you …

Google I/O 2019 | Kotlin Under the Hood: Understand the Internals Kotlin offers great, modern language features and a rich set of extensions. But it’s not always obvious to the developer what’s happening under the hood. This session will help you understand better what these features and extensions are doing internally. It will also show …

Google I/O 2019 | How to Design a Dark Theme Using Material Learn best practices for creating a dark theme based on an existing material app.   Speaker: Javier Lopez Session ID: TEE71D

Google I/O 2019 | Build Apps for the Next Billion Users As developers, emerging Android markets, such as Africa and Asia, are big opportunities for you to grow your audience, but they also present challenges, such as i18n and network speed. Are you ready to face these challenges? This talk highlights best practices, and introduces …

Google I/O 2019 | What’s New In Firebase Firebase is Google’s mobile development platform for Android, iOS, and the web. In this session, you’ll learn recent changes to Firebase that are specifically targeted towards building large-scale applications with complex development teams. By the end of this session, you’ll see how you can take advantage of …