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Google I/O 2012 - The Web Platform's Cutting Edge

Google I/O 2012 - The Web Platform's Cutting Edge

Posted in Development, Web Technologies, Companies, Conferences

Dimitri Glazkov, Alex Komoroske From embeds to widgets to managing complex applications, you constantly face the need for better componentization as a web developer. Many-a-lines of JavaScript have been written to alleviate this problem -- poorly. But help is on the way. The web platform is gaining a powerful new set of capabilities designed to better help you build robust, reusable, and packag...

Tags: web-components, Javascript, mutation-summaries, googleio2012, Google, i/o, developer, conference, developers, 2012, Conferences, ...




Google I/O 2012 - What's New in Google Maps

Google I/O 2012 - What's New in Google Maps

Posted in Mobile, Companies, Conferences, Development

Brian McClendon, Dylan Lorimer, Thor Mitchell There is a lot of exciting things happening in the world of Maps at Google. Come and join us as we kick off the Maps track at Google I/O 2012 with a dive into the cutting edge of online maps with Google's Vice President of Google Maps and Earth, Brian McClendon, For all I/O 2012 sessions, go to https://developers.google.com/io/

Tags: Maps, Mobile, googleio2012, Google, i/o, developer, conference, developers, 2012, Geo, Conferences, ...


Google I/O 2012 - The Next Generation of Social is in a Hangout

Google I/O 2012 - The Next Generation of Social is in a Hangout

Posted in Mobile, Companies, Conferences, Development

Amit Fulay, Jonathan Beri Make your apps come alive with live audio/video conversations using the Hangouts Platform API. Using the Google+ Hangouts API, you can develop collaborative apps that run inside of a Google+ Hangout. Leave inspired by what you can create with the Hangouts APIs. For all I/O 2012 sessions, go to https://developers.google.com/io/

Tags: Maps, Mobile, googleio2012, Google, i/o, developer, conference, developers, 2012, Conferences, Google I/O, ...


Dartisans Ep. 8 - Rikulo framework and changes to library/import

Dartisans Ep. 8 - Rikulo framework and changes to library/import

Posted in Companies, Web Technologies, Development

We'll be talking to Tim Clare and Simon Pai about Rikulo, a "free and open source framework for creating incredible cross-platform web and native mobile applications in Dart & HTML5." We'll also be talking with Gilad Bracha about upcoming changes to the way libraries and imports work. Learn more about Dart at http://www.dartlang.org

Tags: Google, developers, developer, dart, Language, HTML5, Development, Chrome, browser




Google I/O 2012 - Building Android Applications that Use Web APIs with Yaniv Inbar and Sriram Saroop

Google I/O 2012 - Building Android Applications that Use Web APIs with Yaniv Inbar and Sriram Saroop

Posted in Mobile, Operating Systems, Companies, Conferences

Yaniv Inbar Sriram Saroop Google offers a large and growing set of back-end services, from AdSense to Tasks to Calendar to Google+, that can enrich your app, and increasingly they have a uniform set of APIs. This session discusses how to use them efficiently and securely, including authenticating safely and with good user experience, and describes Android-specific app-level optimizations. For a...

Tags: GoogleIO, Android, Google, apis, googleio2012, i/o, developer, conference, developers, 2012, Conferences, ...




Google I/O 2010 - Keynote Day 1 - Full Length

Google I/O 2010 - Keynote Day 1 - Full Length

Posted in Companies, Web Technologies, Conferences

Google I/O 2010 - Keynote Day 1 Video footage from Day 1 keynote at Google I/O 2010Vic Gundotra, Engineering Vice President, GoogleSundar Pichai, Vice President, Product Management, GoogleCharles Pritchard, Founder, MugTugJim Lanzone, CEO, ClickerMike Shaver, VP Engineering, Mozilla CorporationHåkon Wium Lie, CTO, Opera SoftwareKevin Lynch, CTO, Adobe SystemsTerry McDonell, Editor, Sports Illus...

Tags: Google, Chrome, HTML5, Companies, Google I/O, developer, developer conference, googleio2010, #io2010, webm