Here are the top 10 developer videos produced by Google in 2015.
As the keynote of Google I/O 2015, this video has received 1,863,908 views since it was posted on YouTube on May 28th. Google welcomed 6,000 developers to its 8th annual Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco. Google I/O 2015 kicked-off with a live keynote from our Senior Vice-President of Products, Sundar Pichai.
Google has another video in the top 10 roster: From the Google Play Developer Console, you publish your apps and games to the over 1 billion active Android users around the world. But it’s not just a publication tool, the Developer Console is packed with features that can help grow your apps business.
This video by Rob Dodson has received 379,371 views. It introduces the Chrome Dev Summit 2015 conference. The Chrome Dev Summit is an exclusive event to connect with Chrome engineers and leading web developers for a two-day exploration of building beautiful and fast mobile web applications. Google’s Chrome team explores how to build the new generation of web apps with DevTools, Service Worker and the new suite of APIs coming to the web.
The creators of Gifted Mom, Alain Nteff and Conrad Tankou, explain how they built their business and launched Gifted Mom with Google Play and Android. They also talk about their plans to grow and help people in other developing countries across the continent in the next 3 years, in order to ultimately tackle maternal and infant mortality.
Here is another video about the Chrome Dev Summit 2015. With 250K views in 2015, the video is in top 5 of the year.
The video introduces some of the awesome things that Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) team is working on, including Projects Soli, Jacquard and Vault.
New fingerprint and payments APIs are introduced in M, to enable enhanced UX and security for online purchasing, banking, and retail payments.1. Fingerprint Manager API – allows apps to authenticate a user using his fingerprint, when one is available, and receive an Authentication Callback from the sensor once a finger has been detected. The API provides the app full control on the user experience and the UI2. Confirm Device Credential API – allows apps to create a hardware bound cryptographic objects and tie those to lock screen. It allows the app to define a policy to access those keys (“e.g., did user unlock in the last 10 minutes”), and sync those timeout across the system. The two APIs provide apps both convenience and security, and it is up to the app to decide which solution fits him best. To try the APIs please download Android M preview release.
The video introduces how to get started with Android and Android Studio. It demonstrates how to install Android Studio (Google’s official Android IDE) and create your first Android app. You’ll learn how to download the Java SDK, download and install Android Studio, create a new “Hello World” project, and run your app on an emulator and real Android device.
In this video you’ll find 10 tips you can use to create a better Android store listing, including how to create a unique, eye-catching icon, add device screenshots, add a feature graphic, run experiments on your graphics and text, add a video, write a compelling app description, localize your listing, show off a little and respond to feedback.
RogerVoice is an app which enables people who are hearing impaired to make phone calls through voice recognition and text captions. RogerVoice used material design and beta testing to create an interface which is accessible and intuitive to navigate for users.