Learn how to build reliable apps when your connectivity is unreliable. Learn about tools to build failure resilient apps, including Cronet / QUIC, Connectivity APIs and Job Scheduler. Presented by: Naheed Vora & Ryan Hamilton Android Dev Summit ’18 all sessions playlist → Subscribe to the Android Channel! → #AndroidDevSummit
In this workshop you will write code to create a synthesiser app for Android using JUCE 4. This will introduce you to some of the new features in Android Marshmallow, such as MIDI, and demonstrate the high performance audio capabilities of some Android devices including sub 20ms round trip latency!
Material Theming launched this year at Google I/O, enabling you to systematically customize Material Design to better reflect your product’s brand. But how do you implement these customizations in your apps? What components and patterns are available? How do you extend them? The Material Design Components library from Google offers
Come ask your questions to some of the Android experts. Maybe we’ll even know the answers! Presented by: Chet Hasse, Stephanie Cuthbertson, Yigit Boyar, Romain Guy, Anwar Ghuloum, Tor Norbye, Aurash Mahbod, Dianne Hackborn & Paul Bankhead Android Dev Summit ’18 all sessions playlist → Subscribe to the Android Channel!
Ian Lake is a developer advocate focused on the Android framework and the Android Support Library. In this talk he uses his awesome expertise to discuss best practices around doing media playback on Android across all API levels and how the Support Library helps. Link to slides from presentation: Watch