Introduction to Wear OS Complication Data Provider Development

Keep your user up to date with key data that they care about with a complication data provider on Wear OS by Google (formerly Android Wear). By exposing the data, developers can gain a piece of the screen real estate that the user wears all day. In this short introduction, we will go through the concepts behind complications and the key APIs to help you get started.

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What’s New in the Android P Preview

Dan Galpin covers highlights from the first Android P preview, with network awareness in JobScheduler, improvements to ART including Kotlin speed and reduced DEX memory usage, a new way of decoding images (and support for animated images), support for HDR VP9 profile 2 and HEIC images, Wifi Location with Wifi RTT, OMAPI for secure NFC transactions, updates to the Neural Network API including an accelerated Pixel 2 driver, a new Fingerprint Dialog, support for edge-to-edge displays with cutouts, and more!

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Channel: Android Developers
Published: 2018-03-05 03:19:59
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What’s new in Android Studio 3.1

Android Studio 3.1 release introduces highly requested improvements to the Android Profilers, including C++ profiling, class and method filtering in CPU and memory profilers, as well as request data and threads view in the network profiler. Enhanced Room support means you now get autocompletion and can now refactor across SQL and Java/Kotlin code.

On the tools side, D8 is the new default dexer, replacing dx. It produces smaller and more optimized bytecode and offers a better debugging experience. For Kotlin, running lint checks is now supported from the command line.

Finally, the Android Emulator now lets you resume saved emulator sessions in seconds thanks to Quick Boot and offers system images for APIs 25 and 26 with full Play Store.

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Channel: Android Developers
Published: 2018-03-23 18:39:22
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Channel: Clever Programmer
Published: 2018-01-29 17:51:03
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Published: 2018-03-16 10:20:58
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Channel: Gabby Wallace – Go Natural English
Published: 2017-08-23 00:21:44
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