Talk from DevFest Tokyo.
The design library introduced CoordinatorLayout, AppBarLayout and CollapsingToolbarLayout last year. This talk will go through how it all works, from CoordinatorLayout Behaviors, to nested scrolling, to all of the crazy things in between to make it work back to API 9.Talk from Droidcon NYC 2016.
The support library has become a necessity for the majority of Android developers. This talk will delve into some of its secrets, from bugs we’ve fixed, things we haven’t (yet).Talk from Droidcon Berlin 2016.
Themes and styles are the bedrock of your apps styling, yet most developers look at them with fear. What does X attribute do? How do I style Y?Talk from Google I/O 2016.
Themes and styles are the bedrock of styling your Android UI, but do you know how they work? This talk will dive deeper into everything you have ever wanted to know about how styles and themes work together, what attributes really are.Talk from Google I/O 2016.
Compatibility with older versions of Android is a must-have for most applications. Join members of the Android Support Library team as they walk through recent advances in backwards compatibility, explain important changes, and discuss the future of the support libraries.Talk from Android Dev Summit 2015.
The Android Support Libraries contain great libraries which help you jump-start your Android app. Chris Banes and Adam Powell use their expertise in Android Support Libraries at Google to discuss all the ins and outs along the way.Talk from Londroid.
The Android Support Libraries contain great libraries which help you jump-start your Android app. Chris Banes and Adam Powell use their expertise in Android Support Libraries at Google to discuss all the ins and outs along the way.Talk from Droidcon NYC 2015.
A round-up of some of the latest new tools and frameworks that help you make amazing, beautiful, and very material Android UIs.Talk from Droidcon London 2014.
A deep dive into the Material design system for both designers and developers. Covering the design principles, applying them to your app and how to build them using the new Android-L APIs.