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

Google Chrome vs. Chromium

Short discussion with Chromium Evangelist François Beaufort about the main differences between Chromium and the Google Chrome browser. (version en … source

Building Progressive Web Apps with Polymer (Chrome Dev Summit 2015)

With the combination of Web Components and Service worker, web developers have incredibly powerful and fundamentally new tools to build applications. source

Google I/O 2015 – A little badass. Beautiful. Tech and human. Work and love. ATAP.

Speaker(s): .mudge (aka Peiter) Zatko; Ivan Poupyrev; Rachid El Guerrab; Regina Dugan Description: Optimized for speed. Because we are, well, impatient. source

Google Cloud Platform Live: Google Computing and Open Source Technologies

We’ll take a closer look at how we are working with Open Source and Google Cloud Platform. source

Introduction to Blockly (CN) (Google Developer Day 2016)

Blockly is an open-source set of core libraries for building block based coding apps on web and mobile. In this talk, we’ll demo a few apps built with Blockly, … Continue ReadingIntroduction to Blockly (CN) (Google Developer Day 2016)

Android Textual Layout (Android Dev Summit 2015)

Recent versions of Android have significant advances in typographic sophistication, including automatic hyphenation, balanced and optimized paragraph layout, … source

Keynote – Progressive Web Apps: What, Why and How (Google Developer Day 2016)

Progressive Web Apps are a new level of caring about the quality of your user experience. They combine the capabilities of native platforms with the reach of the … source

Building Progressive Web Apps with Angular (Google Developer Day 2016)

The Angular team has been investing in building tools and techniques that enable large teams to build robust applications that span desktop and mobile. source

Google I/O 2014 – The design sprint: from Google Ventures to Google[x]

Speaker(s): Daniel Burka, Jake Knapp, Nadya Direkova Description: The design sprint is a process for prototyping and testing any product in 5 days. source

Google I/O 2015 – What’s New in Android Development Tools

Speaker(s): Jamal Eason; Tor Norbye; Xavier Ducrohet Description: This session provides an in depth tour of the Android development tools and take a closer … 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

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

Google I/O 2014 – Upgrading the engine mid-flight: How Google improves its web apps without downtime

Speaker(s): Paul Rohde, Ted Sander Description: Changing the implementation of a business-critical web app without any downtime or user interruptions can … source