Android Studio, Kotlin and more with Stephanie Saad Cuthbertson

Android Studio, Kotlin and more with Stephanie Saad Cuthbertson

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Developing for Android 6.0 Marshmallow (100 Days of Google Dev)

Developing for Android 6.0 Marshmallow (100 Days of Google Dev)

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Is Your App Ready For Foldable Phones? (Android Dev Summit ’18)

Is Your App Ready For Foldable Phones? (Android Dev Summit ’18)

Good morning, everyone. Thanks for joining us today. My name is Adrian Roos. I’m a software engineer on the Android framework ADRIAN ROOS: Team. ANDRII KULIAN: I’m Andrii. I’m also software engineer on Android Frameworks, and I work on the multi display. JISUN PARK: Hi, I’m Jisun from Samsung Mobile. I’m Engineering Director. ADRIAN ROOS:

Android Studio Shortcut: Back & Forward

Android Studio Shortcut: Back & Forward

Hey, what is up everyone. Norman from futurestud.io University here and welcome to this video in Android Studio Note series. In less than five minutes you will learn a little trick to increase your productivity every single day. So let’s get going! Today we have the back and forward navigation option. This helps you to

The experts’ guide to Android development tools – Google I/O 2016

The experts’ guide to Android development tools – Google I/O 2016

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Building interfaces with ConstraintLayout in Android Studio

Building interfaces with ConstraintLayout in Android Studio

SPEAKER: In Android Studio 2.2, we’ve greatly improved the Visual Layout Editor, including built-in support for ConstraintLayout. ConstraintLayout is a great new way to define complex layouts without the need for nested view hierarchies, thanks to a flexible constraint system. It’s available in the Support Repository, and works all the way down to API level

Android Application Development Tutorial for Beginners – #10 | 2017 | Java Basic Structure & Methods

Android Application Development Tutorial for Beginners – #10 | 2017 | Java Basic Structure & Methods

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Best Practices Using JNI (Android Dev Summit ’18)

Best Practices Using JNI (Android Dev Summit ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ELLIOT HUGHES: Hi, my name’s Elliot Hughes. I’ve worked on Android for a while now, and actually, my first job on Android was working on the Java core libraries and actually cleaning up some of the bugs in our JNI. So first off, I’ll show you what you’re probably expecting to see when

Single Activity: Why, When, and How (Android Dev Summit ’18)

Single Activity: Why, When, and How (Android Dev Summit ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] IAN LAKE: Hi, everyone. Thanks for joining me. My name is Ian Lake. I am a developer on the Android team. And I work on quite a few projects, but most notably the Navigation architecture component, as well as Fragments, as well as some of our new libraries, like the AndroidX Activity Artifact

The Components of Material Design (Android Dev Summit ’18)

The Components of Material Design (Android Dev Summit ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] CAMERON KETCHAM: Hey. My name is Cameron Ketchum. I work on the Material Design Components Team, or MDC Android for short. And I work out of the New York City office. GAUTHAM SAJITH: And my name is Gautham Sajith. I also work on MDC Android. And I’m based in San Francisco. CAMERON KETCHAM: