Tag: I/O

Google I/O 2008 – Design Patterns for Enhanced Accessibility

Leveraging Web 2.0 Design Patterns For Enhanced Accessibility T. V. Raman (Google) HTML DOM+ JavaScript constitutes the assembly language of Web Applications. Access To Rich Internet Applications — ARIA — adds in a couple of additional op-codes for helping Web applications better communicate with adaptive technologies such as screenreaders. How do we now push the […]

Google I/O 2013 – Autoscaling Java

Matt Stephenson Understand how to build Java applications that work well in an autoscaling environment. We’ll discuss common anti-patterns in Java that make it difficult for autoscaling environments to deal with your application. We’ll also discuss how App Engine knows when to scale up and back your application and how to take full advantage of […]

First Stand-alone App on Kotlin

Understanding the basic structure to create own app and knowing the possiblities to which language and simple basic code shown can be extended. Running app highly depends on your SDK which may differ according to your system and INTELLIJ IDE version.

Dart: HTML of the Future, Today! – Google I/O 2013

Emily Fortuna, Sigmund Cherem Develop large apps in a structured language and still experience fast Edit/Reload development cycles? Indeed, the prophecy has come true. Get crazy productive with Dart’s tools, smooth HTML libraries, cross-browser polyfills, and web components based framework. Come learn how you can easily and quickly develop web apps that work cross-browser on […]

Google IO 2019 – Incorporating Material Components Into Your Codebase (Kotlin)

Review Google I/O 2019 What’s New in ConstraintLayout (Google I/O’19) : Designing Human-Centered AI Products (Google I/O’19) : Michio Kaku on The Future of Humanity (Google I/O’19) :