• .app from Google Registry, Firebase at WWDC, & GCP updates for app developers – TL;DR 112
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    .app from Google Registry, Firebase at WWDC, & GCP updates for app developers – TL;DR 112

    WAYNE PIEKARSKI: Hi, I’m Wayne Piekarski for the Developer Show, and this is your update on the coolest developer news from Google in the last week. .app is the newest top-level domain from Google Registry and it’s now open for general registration. The link’s on the post in the description below. If you’re heading to WWDC this year, join us at the Firebase party on June 4 to hang out with other developers, meet engineers and product leads from the Firebase team, and relax after the first day of WWDC. Head on over to the post to request an invite. On Google Cloud platform, alias IPs allow you to configure…

  • Google Pay/Paypal integration, App Engine updates, & more!
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    Google Pay/Paypal integration, App Engine updates, & more!

    [MUSIC PLAYING] DAN GALPIN: Hello. I’m Dan Galpin for “The Developer Show.” This is your weekly update on the coolest developer news from Google. Now you’ll be able to accept PayPal with Google Pay on your app or website in the 24 countries where your customers can link their PayPal account to Google Pay. When you enable PayPal as a payment method on your Google Pay integration, customers who use their PayPal account to make a purchase on a Google App or service will be able to seamlessly checkout on your website or app using Google Pay. Check out how to enable PayPal and how to integrate Google Pay on…

  • Extending Firebase to the Web (Firebase Dev Summit 2017)
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    Extending Firebase to the Web (Firebase Dev Summit 2017)

    JAMES DANIELS: Are we all excited for the summit? Yeah? Great. Well, as we just heard from Sam, Francis, and Kristen, there are a ton of great things happening in Firebase to provide you with the tooling and infrastructure for an easy and powerful experience for developers. Today, we want to talk about how to extend great native experiences to the mobile web. I’m James Daniels, developer relations for Firebase. ERIK HADDAD: And I’m Erik Haddad, UX engineer on Firebase. The past decade, we’ve seen a native first approach to development, where companies will opt to provide a superior native mobile experience for iOS and Android while their web experience…

  • The Web for the Entire World (Chrome Dev Summit 2017)
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    The Web for the Entire World (Chrome Dev Summit 2017)

    [MUSIC PLAYING] TAL OPPENHEIMER: Hi, everyone My name is Tal Oppenheimer. I’m a product manager on the Chrome team. And I’m excited to talk about how you can build experiences that work for everyone around the world. So one of the strengths that we know about the web is that it really is everywhere. It’s on every form factor, whether it’s a laptop, a desktop, a smartphone, or even some TVs. It’s on every operating system, though it can be a little bit different on some operating systems. And what this really means is that it’s also available across the entire world. And what this means is that as we’re…