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This show gives listeners a quick run-down on things that the Android team has done recently that developers may want to check out. It covers library and platform releases, articles, videos, podcasts, samples, codelabs - whatever seems relevant and interesting for Android developers. Android’s a big platform and there are many things being released all the time; listen to this podcast to stay up to date on what those things are.
 
Android App Arena is your weekly source for some of the latest and greatest apps and games available on the Android mobile platform. Hands-on demos, category shoot-outs, a closer look at the biggest new app of the week, and in-depth interviews with some of Android's best developers. Vote for your favorite apps on our subreddit at androidapparena.reddit.com. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives. Find more Android coverage on All About And ...
 
Brought to you by Facebook. In addition to remaining active in the open source community and conference circuit, this podcast offers another channel that allows us to highlight the technical work of our engineers who will discuss everything from low-level frameworks to end-user features. Throughout the podcast, two Facebook engineers, Mihaela Ogrezeanu and Pascal Hartig (@passy), will interview mobile developers in the company.
 
Android App Arena is your weekly source for some of the latest and greatest apps and games available on the Android mobile platform. Hands-on demos, category shoot-outs, a closer look at the biggest new app of the week, and in-depth interviews with some of Android's best developers. Vote for your favorite apps on our subreddit at androidapparena.reddit.com. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives. Find more Android coverage on All About And ...
 
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In this second episode of our mini-series on Jetpack Compose (AD/BC) Nick and Romain are joined by Anastasia Soboleva, George Mount and Mihai Popa to talk about Compose’s layout system. They explain how the Compose layout model works and its benefits, introduce common layout composables, discuss how writing your own layout is far simpler than Views…
 
Welcome back to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Dan Galpin covers updates on Android 12 Beta 2, Navigation with Multiple Back Stacks and Feature Modules, AppSearch, Indie Games, and more! For links to these items, check out Now in Android #41 on Medium → https://goo.…
 
In this episode, Chad and Jeff from the Android Security team join Tor and Romain to talk about… security. Chad and Jeff explain what the platform does to help preserve user trust and device integrity, why it sometimes means restricting existing APIs, and touch on what apps can do or should worry about. App security best practices Security tips Sec…
 
We are continuing our focus on UI Quality from last episode and are diving deep into design linters. Elle and her team work on Facebook-internal Figma plugins that provide guidance on aspects like colours and usability of user interfaces. In the interview, Elle and Pascal discuss how the plugin leverages Facebook's web architecture to roll out chan…
 
Welcome back to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Manuel Vivo and Dan Galpin cover updates on Jetpack Compose, Android 12 and privacy, tooling, Kotlin, large screens, Wear, Android/Google TV, on-device machine learning, testing, (not) game development, and Google Play!…
 
In this episode, Chet and Romain welcome Hunter and Nick from the Material Design team. Material Design was originally introduced when Android 5.0 came out and has come a long way since then. Our guests will give you an overview of some of the recent additions and improvements to the Material Design Component libraries: transitions, motion theming,…
 
This episode is the first in the new mini-series “ADBC” on Jetpack Compose, hosted by Nick Butcher, in which we will dive deep into different topics in Android’s future UI toolkit. This time, Nick and Chet talked with Adam Powell and Leland Richardson about the Compose compiler, the runtime, data flow, and that nifty feature where Compose knows whe…
 
In this episode, we talk with Nat Duca and Sumir Kataria from the Android graphics team about the graphics stack -- covering shaders, GPUs, Vulkan, OpenGL, ANGLE, drivers, blur, pixels and of course Chet's favorite topic; colors. Hosts Tor, Chet and Romain on the top row and guests Nat and Sumir on the bottom row If you're ever wanted to know how t…
 
To improve consistency across our family of apps, engineers have built a large number of reusable components. But how do designers communicate to engineers which component to use? How do you keep the look consistent across our various frameworks? How do you make sure that documentation stays up-to-date? The way we always do: by building tools. Srir…
 
Welcome back to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Dan Galpin covers updates on Android Studio 4.2 & Hilt, Google Play changes, MAD Skills: Navigation, Background Task Inspector, articles, and a new podcast episode! For links to these items, check out Now in Android #39…
 
Cowardly abandoned by Chet and Romain, Tor faces three guests alone. Jeffrey van Gogh, Ting-Yuan Huang, and Yigit Boyar join Tor to talk about Kotlin Symbol Processing (KSP), a new, faster, and better tool to replace annotation processors. You will learn how KSP works, what it can do, why it was created, and how it is used in the Room Jetpack libra…
 
Welcome back to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Chet Haase covers an update on Android 12: Developer Preview 3, Google I/O 2021, RenderScript deprecation, MAD Skills Navigation episodes, articles, and a new podcast episode! For links to these items, check out Now in …
 
This time, Tor, Chet, and Romain talked with Rohit Sathyanarayana and Florina Muntenescu about the DataStore library. DataStore is the replacement for SharedPreferences, being better for many reasons (it's asynchronous and avoids blocking the UI thread, it is type-safe). It not only has a similar/simple key-value pair API like SharedPreferences, bu…
 
In this episode, Romain, Chet and Tor sit down with Brian Carlstrom and Nicolas Geoffray to discuss their work on ART (the Android Runtime). Brian and Nicolas describe the early prototypes and bringup of ART, getting it production ready, as well as recent developments such as cloud profiles. Chet, Brian and Romain on the top row, and Tor and Nicola…
 
Fabio joins Pascal to go deep into a listener question: How does Facebook modularise iOS applications? After discussing the state of the iOS build systems and package managers out in the wild, they turn to Buck, Facebook’s monorepo build system, and how it helps developers to define clear module boundaries. One of the problems when a new module is …
 
Welcome back to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Chet Haase covers an update on Android 12, MAD Skills WorkManager, AndroidX, Articles, Training, and a brand new ADB podcast episode! For links to these items, check out Now in Android #37 on Medium → https://goo.gle/3c…
 
Welcome back to Now in Android, your ongoing guide to what’s new and notable in the world of Android development. In this episode, Manuel Vicente Vivo covers an update on MAD Skills WorkManager, AndroidX, Audio, Wear OS Tiles, Jetpack Compose, Coroutines, #AndroidDevChallenge, and a podcast! For links to these items, check out Now in Android #36 on…
 
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