Tag: google 2019

Google I/O'19 – Chet Haase Interview on Jetpack Compose

Android engineer Chet Haase talks about Jetpack Compose, a new UI toolkit for Kotlin developers. Google I/O 2019 All Sessions Playlist → Learn more on the I/O Website → Subscribe to the Google Developers Channel →

Kotlin Under the Hood: Understand the Internals (Google I/O'19)

Kotlin offers great, modern language features and a rich set of extensions. But it’s not always obvious to the developer what’s happening under the hood. This session will help you understand better what these features and extensions are doing internally. It will also show how you can use the tools that Android offers to find […]

What's New in Kotlin on Android, 2 Years In (Google I/O'19)

This session examines the progress made in Android support for Kotlin. This talk will cover Kotlin samples and reference docs, annotations, framework APIs, IDE support for low-level bytecode optimizations in the D8/R8 compiler, and work on the Kotlin Foundation. Watch more #io19 here: Android & Play at Google I/O 2019 Playlist → Google I/O 2019 […]

Mobile Backends with Kotlin and Google Cloud (Google I/O'19)

Kotlin is a versatile language that can be used for both frontends and backends. This talk will show you how you can quickly create Kotlin backends that can serve RESTful endpoints using popular frameworks, and running backend in GCP’s compute platform. Your backend service can automatically scale up the number of instances based on load, but […]

Understand Kotlin Coroutines on Android (Google I/O'19)

Coroutines are a feature of Kotlin that help convert callback-based code into sequential code, making code easier to read, write, and understand. This session will show you how to use coroutines on Android, and how the new androidx-concurrent library makes it easy to use them to get things off the main thread. You’ll also learn […]