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Ranking change on search

You can now more easily find high-quality and relevant results on mobile following the ranking change we announced this week. Read this Inside Search blog post to learn more. 

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Hi!Sir! I get a javascript question, can you help me?My question is :
I want to know the memory address v8 JS engine allocate to the function inside the script(Or any other variables which can uniquely represent the function in JS except the function name.)I think, when the JS engine parse the function, it should allocate something to the function, so when the function is called, the engine can easily find it.
I find some suspicious variables in runtime.cc and parser.cc(such as "FunctionId",“FUNCTION_ADDR”), and I use GDB to dynamicly debug to check if I find the answer. But for now, I do't find the address allocating function inside the JS engine or any variable represent the function address. Can anyone help me about it? I think they are maybe in files like parser.cc or runtime.cc. Maybe I'm wrong.
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Docs, Sheets and Forms add-ons now open to all developers

Starting today any developer can publish an add-on. Check out this article for the full scoop. 
 
Docs, Sheets and Forms add-ons now open to all developers

Starting today, any developer can publish an add-on. We can’t wait to see what you will build!

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We've announced two changes to the post install experience for Google Apps Marketplace, geared towards improving end user awareness and active usage of your apps. More details on the Google Apps Developer blog.
Posted by Chris Han, Product Manager, Google Apps Marketplace team. Today we're announcing two changes to the post install experience for Google Apps Marketplace. Both changes are geared towards improving end user awareness and active usage of your apps. First, after installing a Marketplace app ...
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#LazyWebShow is a recap of the past week’s events on the web platform. Join +Rob Dodson this week as he talks about: daily devtools tips in your inbox, debugging IE in Chrome, using Flexbox for RWD and much more.
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Debugging IE in Chrome.
Hear that, Microsoft, IE can be debugged in Chrome.
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We're giving away swag on #Polycasts! ...oh yeah, and learn about building reusable components with +Rob Dodson #stickersOMG
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+Google Developers Rob I would like to know when you are going to do some videos on hero transitions and a deeper insight on page routing and transitions. thanx
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Saying "so long" to YouTube Data API v2.
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Hear from +Adriana Cerundolo, in conversation with +Laurence Moroney, about Google Developer Groups & how you can get involved. #CoffeewithaGoogler   #GDG   #WomenTechmakers  
 
In this episode of #CoffeewithaGoogler+Laurence Moroney chats with +Adriana Cerundolo about Google Developer Groups around the world. We learn what they are, and how you can get involved. We even learn about their cool tee-shirt design contest, and how YOU can win one.

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I have subscribed to these videos and its a brilliant idea to interview Googlers! :)
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Announcing Android Performance Patterns Season 2

Looking to get the most of your Android application? Want to keep your users happy with a great experience? Then lucky for you, Android Performance Patterns is back!

Join your Season 1 host +Colt McAnlis, along with some new partners in crime +Ian Ni-Lewis, +Joanna Smith, +Lisa Wray, +Alex Danilo, +Hoi Lam, and +Wayne Piekarski, for a new set of videos covering efficient Bitmap Usage, Memory Management, Threading, Transparency, LINT, Custom views, Android Wear and MORE.

Oh, and don’t forget to join the Android Performance Patterns G+ Community at http://goo.gl/g7mxmI to get tips and tricks from other developers in the trenches.

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You still reading?? OK GOOD.

Don't be too loud about it, but we're excited to announce that Android Performance Patterns will be serving up the Big Android BBQ this year.

It's going to be two whole days of Android performance slathered between some of the best BBQ in Texas. If you're looking to rub elbows with all the #perfmatters , then this is the place you want to be. 

Early bird tickets are now on sale at http://goo.gl/HlSRxG. Event space is limited, so make sure you get your ticket first… THEN tell your friends.

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Docs, Sheets and Forms add-ons now open to all developers

Starting today, any developer can publish an add-on. We can’t wait to see what you will build!

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Android Developer Story

Pirate Kings are taking control of the 7 seas. See how Jelly Button Games is taking over the world.

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Pirate Kings are taking control of the seven seas. Hear how Tel Aviv based Jelly Button Games is growing their user base globally.  

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Today we ended support for ClientLogin OAuth 1 (3LO), AuthSub, and OpenID2, and started the shutdown process. Clients attempting to use these services will begin to fail and must be migrated to OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect.

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New! Intro video on Google Earth Engine, our planetary-scale geospatial analysis platform 

Google Earth Engine is Google's tool for analyzing petabytes of information about the Earth and its environment.  We use it to create images like the base image for Google Earth and the Google Maps satellite view, and you can use it too. This video describes Earth Engine, presents some examples of how it's being used, and introduces the tools you'll use to perform your own geospatial analyses.

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+Neil Havermale Hi Neil, good question. Keep in mind that Google Earth and Google Earth Engine are different tools, and their APIs are different. The deprecation of the Google Earth API doesn't impact Earth Engine, nor does the deprecation of the plugin that enabled the embedding of Google Earth in Chrome. Earth Engine runs fine in Chrome.
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