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My Google I/O talk on building more effective apps on #AndroidThings is already live!
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Android Things client library for Google Cloud IoT Core

Read our blog post → http://bit.ly/2Kbi9XL

We’re releasing a client library to make it easy to use Google Cloud IoT Core from Android Things devices. With just a few lines of code, you can easily connect to the IoT Core MQTT bridge, authenticate the device, publish device telemetry and state, subscribe to configuration changes, and handle errors.
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Take a closer look at the demos we had sprinkled around the conference at Google I/O this year!
All the (Android) Things at Google I/O

Read the blog post here → goo.gl/YaQvN1

We packed #io18 with Android Things content that inspires and delights, from talks to #Codelabs to interactive demos & more!

Android Things enables you to build and maintain IoT devices at scale. We recently released Android Things 1.0 with long-term support for production devices, so you can easily take an IoT device from prototype to commercial product. We packed Google I/O this year with Android Things content to inspire and empower the developer community, from talks and codelabs to interactive demos and a scavenger hunt. Here's a closer look at the fun stuff we had on display that you won't see on the shelves of retail stores.
All the (Android) Things at Google I/O
All the (Android) Things at Google I/O
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PSA: For those of you who received an #AndroidThings kit at #io18 this year, the kits are pre-flashed with a developer preview version. You will want to update them to 1.0 using these instructions.

https://developer.android.com/things/hardware/imx7d
NXP i.MX7D
NXP i.MX7D
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Say Hello to Android Things 1.0. Long-term support for production devices and a powerful new lineup of System-on-Module hardware.

Read our blog post → https://goo.gl/8hqzaV

We're releasing Android Things 1.0 to developers today with long-term support for production devices, including new System-on-Modules (SoMs) from NXP, Qualcomm, and MediaTek. For each long-term support version, Google will offer free stability fixes and security patches for three years, with additional options for extended support.
Say Hello to Android Things 1.0
Say Hello to Android Things 1.0
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Android Things Release Candidate (Developer Preview 8) is available today.

This is the final developer preview before the upcoming stable release.

Read our blog post → https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2018/04/android-things-release-candidate.html

Developer Preview 8 represents the final SDK exposed in the Android Things support library for the upcoming stable release. In addition to minor behavior changes in the platform, this release comes along with a big set of new features in the Android Things developer console to make building and managing production devices easier.

Join the discussion in our Google+ community → https://g.co/iotdev
Android Things Release Candidate
Android Things Release Candidate
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We have updated more of the Android Things samples to include Kotlin versions. Check out the Samples and Drivers page in the official docs to track which samples have been updated to date.

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Breaking API Changes in Developer Preview 7

We made a lot of changes to the API in the latest preview release for consistency, readability, and testability. Anticipating that some of the changes might catch you off guard, we self-answered a few StackOverflow questions for common problems you might run into.

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Android Things Developer Preview 7 is available today. New updates include camera improvements, new Bluetooth APIs, and many stability fixes.

Read the blog post here → goo.gl/o4sLWB

Android Things Developer Preview 7 addresses much of the top developer feedback we've received so far during preview. Download the preview today to try out the improved camera resolutions and Bluetooth pairing/connection APIs. Visit the developer console to learn about new features such as product sharing and device update channels.

#AndroidThings

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I published a short Medium post today on #AndroidThings and the use cases for different types of hardware in IoT. We've gotten lots of great feedback from developers over the past year, and this issue of hardware compute power comes up a lot. Hopefully you find this post useful!
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