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When it comes to Android, Dave Smith knows his stuff. In this interview, he provides an insightful look at the state of Android as we embrace the likes of Lollipop (5.0) and Android Studio.
Larry Schiefer sits down to talk about the latest in Android security, innovations in the language, Android Studio, Gradle, and the process he took to be vetted as a Google Developer Expert.
Juan discusses App Indexing, libraries, new features in Android, the most exciting things to come out of Android this year, and where he’d like to see Android go in the future.
Twitter’s Fabric is a set of modular SDK’s, a new mobile platform, that intends to help you build better apps. Bear Douglas, Developer Advocate at Twitter, explains what it brings to the table.
A collection of interviews recorded on location at AnDevCon 2014 in San Francisco.
CSS is what got Philip Walton into web development, but he knows that it has its issues. When he found out about Web Components, he immediately started thinking about how the two might work together.
Insights on Scaling Android Development from Cyanogen, Amazon, Twitter, Square, Eventbrite, and more
A panel of industry experts discusses large scale Android projects. This is an in-depth, 90 minute discussion, on the latest Android best practices and perspectives.
Npm is many things. As Forrest L Norvell points out, it more than just a project to support the installation of packages. It is also a company, a team, a philosophy, an ethos, and a product family.
Join our three panelists — Ward Bell, Matt Green, and Alicia Liu — as they build a sample MEAN app, injected into a traditional web page, before your eyes.
Research can sound like a scary word, "it may sound like money you don't have, time you can't spare, and expertise you have to seek," But it really does matter and Erika Hall explains why.
This presentation contains demos of Java 8 technology running on embedded platforms. It is a fun showcase of the power of Java-based apps to support the internet-of-things. Ready to play?
Luke Daley's aim in this talk is to demonstrate how Gradle's flexibility, combined with its support for conventions, can solve automation challenges, both, effectively and in a centralized fashion.
The founder of Gradle, Hans Dockter, speaks on the open source software's momentum, where they stand at the moment, and what their roadmap for the future looks like.
Blaze is an open source project from Continuum Analytics. It’s a project under evolution, "an ambitious effort to provide uniform, Pythonic interface to modern datasets and computation platforms."
Bokeh is a data visualization library that lets Python programmers and data scientists create interactive, novel, plots for the web. This talk overviews its capabilities and demos its latest features.
Interaction design luminary Alan Cooper discusses the importance of using personas in designing interfaces that will help your users achieve their goals.
There's often a communication gap between Android developers and designers. This talk introduces basic UI concepts and reveals the simple patterns that exist within well designed user experiences.
Bob Wall makes scalable architectural designs in Ember and in this video demos “building context aware sidebar widgets, integrating apps with Zendesk, and providing realtime updates via firebase.”
Building custom View components is a necessary part of embracing creative UI design. This tutorial walks you through the process of building custom Views and ViewGroups on Android.
Leith Abdulla talks about Internationalization (i18n) and how Coursera automates this on the front-end in this talk from Forward JS.
Diane Tate, Program Manager at Mozilla talks about how developers can use their skills to give back to the web in this talk from Forward JS.
Peter De Croos gives you a jumpstart on ECMAScript 6 generators, and lays the groundwork for you to actually start using them in his talk from Forward JS.
Guy Bedford talks about how the new spec changes how we optimize for performance, and how we can begin transitioning to multiplexing workflows today.