Here on the #materialdesign team at Google, we’re always listening to community feedback and looking for ways to broaden and expand the specification to better fit the needs of designers everywhere. Today we’re publishing an update to google.com/design/spec that draws on extensive conversations we’ve had with designers and developers over the past few months. The update includes 7 new sections, as well as refinements to content in existing sections.
• Data tables: guidance on presenting data sets, particularly in desktop products
• Units and measurements: a description of the different units used in material design, including guidance on using density-independent pixels (DPs)
• App structure: suggestions for top-level navigation in your app
• Component sticker sheet for After Effects to help streamline your motion design workflow
• Floating action buttons now have their own section, with added guidance on behavior and transitions
• Updated guidance on Typography, Cards, Dialogs, Tabs and Scrolling.
For all the gory details, check out the What’s New section in the spec: goo.gl/3aB3xM
For starters, there’s a new menu that provides upload status of file as they sync and allows you to open recently synced items. When you hover over a recently synced file, you’ll see an icon that saves you steps by letting you share it right from the menu.
If you’re like most people, you use your computer for checking email or browsing the Web, but also for streaming YouTube videos or Google Play Music. Either way, you probably want your bandwidth going to what’s most important to you at the time. Now, you can choose to limit how much bandwidth Drive consumes for those times when you need extra for something else. You can do that in the Advanced section of the Preferences menu.
This rollout is in progress and should be complete over the next several days. If you don’t have the Drive apps, visit http://g.co/getdrive for the latest versions.
Here's a new HttpStack implementation which uses OkHttp's native request/response API instead of relying on the HttpURLConnection wrapper. Bonus: This means that OkHttp's hot new interceptors feature will now work with it!
If you have any apps that still use C2DM, we strongly urge you migrate to GCM as soon as possible. You can see if you’re using C2DM by checking if you’re using a gcm.jar library or GCM helper libraries (http://goo.gl/DuYt9w) in your implementation. If none of your apps use C2DM, there is no action required on your part.
Learn more (http://goo.gl/cYj0Ks).
You should take some time this last week of our annual year to reflect, process, and enjoy the leftover eggnog and ham in your fridge.
With 2015 will come waves of Android Performance content, all here to help you build better, faster, more awesome apps.
If you want to get a head start, check out the Android Performance Patterns G+ Community (http://goo.gl/8sjjeS). Start asking questions, reading content, and preparing yourself for the most performant year of your professional career.
Also, pro-tip : Don't mix Egg nog and cold ham... Even on a dare.. just... don't do it....
Now that Google Play Services 6.5 has finally launched for us developers, we can enjoy of granular dependency management, which means that we can depend only in what we need instead of shipping a bunch of stuff we don't even use, this also means even smaller compile times and less bloated apks, you can refer to individual APIs table to know what artifacts you should be using. Now here is a quick tip you might already know you can define a version constant in your build file and apply it to multiple dependencies, so you only need to update one line when they update Google Play Services:
Note: play-services-base was added as an example, if you depend in any other play-services-* artifact it will be added as a transitive dependency.
final GPS_VERSION = '6.5.87'
// Google Play Services
#androiddev #googleplayservices #gradle
Note: For this two links you must select Using Android Studio first, it is selected by default but it is broken, you must select other option and then select Using Android Studio again :\
Here is a copy of that table, using a constant version:
Google Account Login
Google Activity Recognition
Google App Indexing
Google Mobile Ads
Google Panorama Viewer
Google Play Game services
Google Cloud Messaging
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