Bring your Android app to Android TV in minutes – Google I/O 2016

Bring your Android app to Android TV in minutes – Google I/O 2016

WAYNE PIEKARSKI: Hi, everyone. How are y’all doing? We’re having a good I/O. So thanks for coming here. So let’s get started with this session. So our session, today, is all about bringing Android apps over to Android TV. So my name’s Wayne Piekarski. And I’m a Developer Advocate at Google. And I work in

What’s new in Android Wear 2.0? – Google I/O 2016

What’s new in Android Wear 2.0? – Google I/O 2016

DAN KOULOMZIN: Hello everybody. Hi. Oh, thank you. Thank you. Big warm welcome to everybody who’s here in person, and a big shout out to everyone watching online– hi, mom. This is What’s New in Android Wear 2.0. I’m Dan Koulomzin. I’m the tech lead for System UI on Android Wear. BRETT LIDER: And I’m

Android Layouts: a new world – Google I/O 2016

Android Layouts: a new world – Google I/O 2016

NICOLAS ROARD: My name is Nicolas, and this is John. And we’re going to talk to you today about ContraintLayout, a new layout for Android. JOHN HOFORD: What’s Layout all about? Basically, you need to position widgets on the screen based on something that a UI designer might have given you, for example. So you

Android Wear 2.0: Making Watch Apps more Standalone – Google I/O 2016

Android Wear 2.0: Making Watch Apps more Standalone – Google I/O 2016

KENNY STOLTZ: Hey everybody. Really glad that you could join us here today. I’m Kenny Stoltz. I’m a product manager on Wear. And I lead product for some of the standalone and iOS features. GRIFF HAZEN: And I’m Griff Hazen. I’m a software engineer and tech lead for Wear’s Developer Platform. KENNY STOLTZ: So both

What’s new in Android development tools – Google I/O 2016

What’s new in Android development tools – Google I/O 2016

STEPH CUTHBERTSON: Good morning. Hello. [APPLAUSE] Welcome, everybody to our talk today on what’s new in Android Developer Tools. It is awesome to see so many developers here from around the world and in a concert venue. I just want you guys to know this is pretty cool for us. I’m Steph Cuthbertson, I’m here

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

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

TOR NORBYE: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the expert’s guide to Android development tools. I’m Tor Norbye, tech lead for Android Studio. And with me on stage here, I have a number of key members from the Android Studio team. So do you want to introduce yourselves? ESTEBAN DE LA CANAL: Hello. I’m Esteban. SIVA VELUSAMY:

What’s new with Notifications in Android N and Android Wear 2.0 – Google I/O 2016

What’s new with Notifications in Android N and Android Wear 2.0 – Google I/O 2016

DAN SANDLER: All right, let’s get started. Thank you everybody for showing up at 9:00 on Thursday morning. I very much appreciate it, it’s great to see you here. Weather is a little better, so hopefully today is more fun for everyone. I guess we’ve already jumped ahead to our extended version of the title

Building rich fitness experiences with Google Fit platform and Android Wear – Google I/O 2016

Building rich fitness experiences with Google Fit platform and Android Wear – Google I/O 2016

MUZ MOSTOFI: Hi, everyone. Thank you. Thanks for coming. DAN AMINZADE: My name is Dan Aminzade. I’m a software engineer at Google, and I’m also a dedicated triathlete. So on a good week I’ll run 50 miles, I’ll bike 100 miles, and I’ll maybe write 3,000 lines of code. So maybe it’s no surprise that

Your Apps at work – Google I/O 2016

Your Apps at work – Google I/O 2016

JAMES KELLY: Good afternoon, everybody. [WHISTLE FROM AUDIENCE] Thank you. Whether it’s corporate email, collaboration tools for remote workers, barcode scanners for logistics workers, or stock market tickers for finance types, there’s a whole world of apps for work out there. Now with Android for Work you can focus on making great apps for business.

Making Android sensors and location work for you – Google I/O 2016

Making Android sensors and location work for you – Google I/O 2016

STEVE MALKOS: Welcome. I’m truly excited to be here today to talk to you guys about location and sensors. Get the clicker. My name’s Steve Malkos. I’m the Technical Program Manager for the Android Location and Context Team. I was amazed earlier today to hear Sundar talk so much on sensors and context. Being part