Google I/O 2014 App Source Code Now Available
The source code for the 2014 version of the Google I/O app is now available.
Grow with Google Play: Scaled Publishing and New App Insights
At Google I/O, we introduced a number of new changes that give you valuable insight into how your app is performing.
Game On!: Y U Ship Broken Games?!? VIDEO
Hey game developers! Are you interested in making games that don’t break? Maybe you should check out our Alpha / Beta / Staged Rollout presentation! It’s got a chock load of interesting info, a couple of new product announcements, and a little bit of time travel.
UXD: How to capture your user’s attention, Part 2 / 2 VIDEO
This is the 2nd part of a 2 part series that is all about creating compelling user experiences by understanding what recency and primacy is, and what change aversion, and the familiarity principle are, to create awesome user experiences.
DevBytes: Android L Developer Preview – Camera2 API VIDEO
Ankur Kotwal presents the Camera2 API in Android L, which is designed as a very flexible and unified pipeline for all camera related tasks.
A Beginners Guide to Android Wear
Ali Derbane shares his presentation on Android Wear.
New Views in Android L
Wolfram Rittmeyer’s slides on the new Views in Android L.
Irregular Shapes – Part 4
Part 4 of the Irregular Shapes tutorial.
Floating Action Buttons in Android L
You can see from Google’s guidelines that there are many ways to apply this pattern incorrectly, as evidenced by the various “Don’ts” on that page. Today, Bolot Kerimbaev shows you how to implement a floating action button without creating a “Don’t” yourself.
Android Custom ListView with Image and Text using Volley
By using volley you can see decent improvement in listview performance without much effort.
5 Myths About Android Monetization
This article helps you separate myth from reality regarding some of the most frequent misconceptions.