• .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…

  • 3rd Annual Google Security Update – Google I/O 2016
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    3rd Annual Google Security Update – Google I/O 2016

    Hi there, and welcome to the third annual Google Security Update, where I will attempt to answer the question, what has Google security done for you lately? So as you will have figured out from the description, I’m Stephan Somogyi, I work on Google’s security privacy engineering team. And I also have the good fortune of working with a bunch of startups at GV, which is Alphabet’s early stage startup venture arm. I also advise Google Capital, which works with later stage companies on security privacy stuff. But most importantly, the charter of Google’s security and privacy engineering team is to protect our users and their data. Which is a…

  • Game On! – Play Games Updates
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    Game On! – Play Games Updates

    TODD KERPELMAN: Hello, game developers. And welcome back to another exciting episode of “Game On.” I am your host, Todd Kerpelman, on the Play Games Developer Relations Team. And we’re going to jump right into this week’s episode. So you know how last week we had two presentations, and we didn’t really have any news and updates? Well, this time around, we’re doing the reverse. We don’t have any presentations, but it’s all news and updates. It’s our exciting News and Updates episode. And let’s just get right to it. So first, we’re going to start by talking about Game Services statistics. We just started introducing some basic game services…

  • Update production devices in the field with the Android Things Console (Google I/O ’18)
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    Update production devices in the field with the Android Things Console (Google I/O ’18)

    [MUSIC PLAYING] ADAM RODRIGUEZ: Hi everyone. Welcome to this talk on Android Things. Glad you’re still with us. I’m Adam. I’m a product manager here at Google. AMY JANG: And I’m Amy. I lead engineering for Android Things Console. ADAM RODRIGUEZ: And today we’re going to talk to you about how to use the Android Things console to update your production devices in the field. As you hopefully learned from a few other talks at IO, Android Things is a great platform for building yourself some IoT. But when it comes to actually making more than one of something, how do you maintain that device over its lifetime? How do…

  • Updating Your Apps for Location Permission Changes in Android Q (Google I/O’19)
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    Updating Your Apps for Location Permission Changes in Android Q (Google I/O’19)

    [MUSIC PLAYING] JEN CHAI: Location data brings some of the most useful and rich and amazing experiences to users on mobile devices. Things like, turn by turn directions. When was the last time you pulled out a paper map to figure out how to get from point A to point B? And if a road was closed, rerouting was pulling over to reconsult your paper map. Or worse yet, having to actually talk to somebody to ask for directions. Next, recording the distance of a hike or a run or a bicycle ride. It’s never been easier to map your route, or monitor your progress whether you’re just a casual…

  • WWDC 2019 Keynote — Apple
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    WWDC 2019 Keynote — Apple

    (Applause) (Music playing)>>FEMALE SPEAKER: Don’t stay up too late.>>MALE SPEAKER: Come on.>>MALE SPEAKER: All right.>>MALE SPEAKER: Yes.>>MALE SPEAKER: Woo. This is good. (Music playing) (Applause)>>TIM COOK: Wow. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Good morning. And welcome to WWDC 2019. (Applause) It is so great to be here with you today in San Jose. We are so inspired by the millions of incredible Apple Developers around the world. Your dreams and your passion and dedication to fulfill those dreams comes across so clearly in the apps that you create, apps that enrich the lives of millions of people around the world. You make the world a better place…

  • 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…

  • Build your mobile app with Google Cloud Platform
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    Build your mobile app with Google Cloud Platform

    [MUSIC PLAYING] Hi, I’m Laura, from Google. Did you know that you can use the Google Cloud Platform to build your own mobile backend on Google’s infrastructure in five minutes? Let me show you how. In this tutorial, we’ll be building an app that allows a user to shop smart by getting information on products she’s looking for at the store she’s in, as well as find stores nearby. We’ll be using some custom code to wire a basic Android app front end with an App Engine Cloud backend using Google Cloud Endpoints, so the phone can determine customer location, and the app can locate nearby stores and allow the…

  • Community Visualizations: Messages and data updates from Data Studio
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    Community Visualizations: Messages and data updates from Data Studio

    [MUSIC PLAYING] YULAN LIN: Hi. My name is Yulan Lin, and I’m a developer advocate for Data Studio. In this video, we’re going to talk about when Data Studio sends updated messages to your community visualization. First, let’s remind ourselves what community visualizations are. To load a community visualization, you click on this icon and you can either add a featured visualization or add one by ID. Here, I’m adding a bar chart that I filled. A couple things to note here. I’ve chosen which community visualization I want. Data Studio requests and loads the code, and then it preloads the data from my data source with a dimension and…

  • Using field masks with update requests to Google APIs (The G Suite Dev Show)
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    Using field masks with update requests to Google APIs (The G Suite Dev Show)

    WESLEY CHUN: Greetings, developers, and welcome to “The G Suite Dev Show.” In this episode, we conclude our two-part series on field masks. I’m your host Wesley Chun. In the last video, we discussed reading data from an API and how you can use field masks to control the amount of data that gets returned– you know, partial response? Well, today we’ll focus on rights, or more likely updates– you know, via post, put, or patch? Well, you already know that field masks aren’t things you wear but instead work like a filter. More specifically for updates, think of them as a bit mask, where data represented by bits that…