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Nsubuga Hassan
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I love programming for the Web and Android.
I love programming for the Web and Android.

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Get the guide to finding success in new markets on Google Play

Get started: g.co/play/globalplaybook

With just a few clicks, you can publish an app to Google Play and access a global audience of more than 1 billion 30 days active users. Finding success in global markets means considering how each market differs, planning for high quality localization, and tailoring your activity to the local audience. The new Going Global Playbook provides best practices and tips, with advice from developers who’ve successfully gone global.

Get the Going Global Playbook on the Google Play Store: g.co/play/globalplaybook
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Announcing updates to Google’s Internet of Things platform: Android Things and Weave

Today we are announcing a full range of solutions to make it easier to build secure smart devices and get them connected. We are releasing a Developer Preview of Android Things, an operating system for connected devices that has the support and scale of existing Android developer infrastructure. You can now develop IoT software using Android Studio and the Android SDK. We are also updating the Weave platform to provide an easy way to add cloud connectivity and management to devices, and enable access to Google services like the Google Assistant and many more over time.

Learn more about Google’s IoT platform from our blog post at https://goo.gl/eENGtu

#AndroidThings   #Weave  

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Announcing updates to Google’s Internet of Things platform: Android Things and Weave

Today we are announcing a full range of solutions to make it easier to build secure smart devices and get them connected. We are releasing a Developer Preview of Android Things, an operating system for connected devices that has the support and scale of existing Android developer infrastructure. You can now develop IoT software using Android Studio and the Android SDK. We are also updating the Weave platform to provide an easy way to add cloud connectivity and management to devices, and enable access to Google services like the Google Assistant and many more over time.

Learn more about Google’s IoT platform from our blog post at https://goo.gl/eENGtu, and join our new Google+ community at https://g.co/iotdev.
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Announcing updates to Google’s Internet of Things platform: Android Things and Weave

Today we are announcing a full range of solutions to make it easier to build secure smart devices and get them connected. We are releasing a Developer Preview of Android Things, an operating system for connected devices that has the support and scale of existing Android developer infrastructure. You can now develop IoT software using Android Studio and the Android SDK. We are also updating the Weave platform to provide an easy way to add cloud connectivity and management to devices, and enable access to Google services like the Google Assistant and many more over time.

Learn more about Google’s IoT platform from our blog post at https://goo.gl/eENGtu, and join our new Google+ community at https://g.co/iotdev.
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Firebase Crash Reporting Graduates to Full Release, Improvements abound
Firebase Crash Reporting has definitely been one of the more insightful tools and it looks like there's a lot of cool features in the full release (up from "beta" before)!

Issue resolution is awesome in marking issues as fixed and will do wondering on keeping the Firebase Console laser focused on new issues.

The improved reporting latency probably won't affect my usage much (20 minutes was no big deal for me), but less than a minute reporting turnaround will certainly be helpful for a lot of developers, particularly alongside the email alerts.

Getting good context for a crash is always been important to determine what caused the issue (that's why stacktraces are so helpful). Getting analytics events in crash logs is awesome and will definitely be helpful.

I must have missed it in the 10.0.0 release of Firebase, but Firebase Crash Reporting no longer uses a separate process. Feel free to continue to abuse the Application class and use Firebase Crash Reporting ;)

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