EdgeConf 4: Installable Web Apps and Permissions

“Installable” web apps are a mess. Better access to native APIs like geofencing, offline, push notifications and alerts requires new APIs and a way of managing … source

#Love4Dev – Seeing what others create in web development with Paul Lewis

What’s Paul Lewis’ passion? Seeing what others have created for the open web. Share your own & tag w/ #love4dev #io16 Watch more developers talk about … source

Fast-track your startup with Google Developers Startup Launch

Google Developers Startup launch gives you the products and resources you need to be successful on Google’s platform and over open-source technologies. source

How to Design, Build and Run a Cloud app with Mandy Waite

At Google I/O 2014, many of the talks on the Cloud Track were centered around a demo application called Walkshare. This session walks through how we built … source

Life of a Certification Student

JP Souchak introduces the Associate Android Developer (AAD) Certification by Google. The AAD Certification is intended for developers who can display typical … source

EdgeConf 4: Standards and the Extensible Web Manifesto

The extensible web manifesto promises to change the way the web community approaches standardisation to make it more inclusive and iterative. Do you feel … source

FORM SF 2014: Panel – Design Tooling

A discussion between creators of popular design tools on the value of prototyping, lessons learned in crafting products for designers, and the future of UX tools. source

Google I/O 2015 – Developing for the living room with Google

Speaker(s): Allen Huang; John Affaki Description: The living room ecosystem and its 1 billion TVs are exploding with new entertainment and new forms of … source

Coffee with a Googler: Chat with Kelly Shuster (Live from Google I/O 2015)

Recording of the live talk at the Coffee with a Googler stage at Google I/O 2015, with Kelly Shuster, Android Developer – Aetna. Watch more awesome Google I/O … source

Chat with Katherine Kuan about Udacity courses – Coffee with a Googler

We have an outdoor Coffee with Katherine Kuan, one of the faces of the hugely popular course at Udacity on Android Fundamentals. We learn about these … source

Discussion Panel (Polymer Summit 2016)

A look ahead at the future of the Polymer Project and web component. Missed the summit? Catch the recordings at: https://www.polymer-project.org/summit Or … source

Fireside Chat with Dan Shapiro, CEO of Glowforge (Ubiquity Dev Summit 2016)

Julia Ferraioli, a Google developer advocate, sits down with Dan Shapiro, founder and CEO of Glowforge, to discuss his company, crowd-funding, start ups, and … source

Getting started with Android: A crash-course in developing for Android

Preview the full Udacity course and get started building your Android app, or get the full course at https://www.udacity.com/course/ud853. Android Developer … source

How hard is it to be a web developer? — LazyWeb #4

The LazyWeb Show is a recap of the past week’s current events on the web platform. This week: CLICK “”””SHOW MORE”””” FOR LINKS TO EVERYTHING … source