Videos

Windows Platform Data and Asynchronous Tasks

3 months ago
Microsoft MVP Colin Melia demonstrates data and asynchronous tasks in the Windows platform. This lessons is an excerpt from the Pearson video course “Building Universal Windows Platform Apps”. Save 50% on the full online course when you purchase from informIT and use the code YOUTUBE at informit.com/title/0134660226 Safari subscribers – watch the complete course at […]

The Story of An Idea – Google I/O 2017

3 months ago
This is a story for anyone who has ever had an idea, big or small. What will your idea become? Subscribe to the Google Developers Channel! goo.gl/mQyv5

The Developer Show (TL;DR 071)

4 months ago
Kotlin: goo.gl/KnZQA6 Android Instant Apps: goo.gl/ny4TiF Android Studio 3.0 Canary 1: goo.gl/koeALQ Google Play Console: goo.gl/hTjd4b Google Cloud TPUs: goo.gl/yQoomm TensorFlow Research Cloud: goo.gl/9eu23v Firebase: goo.gl/4tsu0y Google Assistant: goo.gl/dhFg2O Android Wear: goo.gl/jyVQUQ Android Things Developer Preview 4: goo.gl/QWZYTk Payments: goo.gl/MpptD7 The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all the latest […]

Android Fireside Chat (Google I/O ’17)

4 months ago
This session was an open Q&A between the audience (including an audience queried before the event) and the Android platform team, which included engineers from the Android framework, runtime, media, graphics, and other teams. A problem with the microphones caused some of the initial questions from the audience to be inaudible in the recording. These […]

Google I/O 2017 Highlights

4 months ago
Google I/O 2017, our annual developer conference, gathered 7,200+ developers from around the world at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA. Attendees enjoyed a 3 day festival with technical Sessions, Office Hours, Codelabs, Sandbox Demos, App Reviews, an After Hours Block Party, and a Concert by LCD Soundsystem — making the best use of the […]

Using Web Components with Angular (Google I/O ’17)

4 months ago
Web Components help developers with their universal portability. Angular is a powerful framework for building full applications with the web. Come learn how to combine these two superpowers. In this session, we’ll cover managing component state and communicating through event and property bindings, best practices for architecting your Angular application to take advantage of Web […]

Cranking Up Performance in Graphics Intensive Web Apps and Games (Google I/O ’17)

4 months ago
Better graphics performance leads to richer, smoother and more responsive user experiences. Several new APIs (OffscreenCanvas, ImageBitmap and more) are geared at increasing graphics throughput and smoothness in applications that rely on the HTML canvas element. The possibilities offered by the new APIs range from simple performance tricks to powerful programming paradigms, such as asynchrony, […]

DevTools: State of the Union 2017 (Google I/O ’17)

4 months ago
See a demo tour of new DevTools features that will allow web developers to build Progressive Web Apps, determine performance and accessibility issues via an auto-generated report, debug JavaScript apps with powerful new async stepping tools, and make code editing seamless with hot-swapping and auto-saving. Watch more Chrome and Web talks at I/O ’17 here: […]

Staying off the Rocks: Using Lighthouse to Build Seaworthy Progressive Web Apps (Google I/O ’17)

4 months ago
Last year at I/O we launched Lighthouse, an open-source, automated tool for auditing and improving the quality of your web apps. One year later, we’ll walk you through what’s new in Lighthouse and how it’s evolved into a companion for modern web development. We’ll cover using Lighthouse in different environments (Node CLI, Chrome DevTools, WebPageTest, […]

Production Progressive Web Apps With JavaScript Frameworks (Google I/O ’17)

4 months ago
Learn how the world’s largest brands ship Progressive Web Apps that instantly load on mobile hardware. We’ll look at how apps built using React, Preact, Vue, Angular & Polymer can be used to build instantly interactive, engaging & data-plan sensitive user experiences. We’ll also look at how this investment paid off on core business metrics. […]

Secure and Seamless Sign-In: Keeping Users Engaged (Google I/O ’17)

4 months ago
One of the keys to success on the mobile web is providing an easy-to-use but still secure auth solution. The challenge, however, is that remembering and typing passwords on touch devices is cumbersome for most users. In this session, we’ll discuss existing and upcoming features you can leverage to provide a secure and seamless auth […]

The Future of Audio and Video on the Web (Google I/O ’17)

4 months ago
Media is a huge and increasing proportion of what we do online. Audio and video now constitute 70% of the bytes crossing the internet. The Web has the infrastructure you need to build great media experiences, with wide support for high performance playback without plugins, alongside powerful APIs for content creation and editing. In this […]