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Today it is even easier to capture logs in your Java applications. Developers can get more data with their application logs using a new version of the Cloud Logging client library for Java. The library populates the current executing context implicitly with every ingested log entry. Read this if you want to learn how to …

Today, we are excited to share an open source library, Maps Compose, which enables you to use the Maps SDK for Android alongside Jetpack Compose. Previously, adding a map to your app with Compose entailed writing a lot of View interoperability code to bridge between Compose and the View-based MapView. Now, you no longer need …

This tutorial shows how to configure client-side metrics recording in your Cloud Spanner workloads using OpenCensus. While Cloud Spanner surfaces a number of helpful server-side metrics, applications can realize the added benefits of collecting metrics emitted by the Cloud Spanner client library. For example, only client-side metrics include session and transaction related information. These OpenCensus …

This is the second article in this MAD skills series. In the previous article you’ve seen the basics of Gradle and how to configure the Android Gradle Plugin. In this article you’ll learn how to extend your build by writing your own plugin. If you prefer to watch this content instead of reading, check out the video …

Android Dev Summit 2019 | From Gradle Properties to AGP APIs Gradle’s API for task inputs, outputs, and wiring has changed significantly over the last couple of years. In this session, we will review the current best practices and how they fit with new upcoming APIs for the Android Gradle Plugin. Presented by: Jerome Dochez, …

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 …