Everything Google announced at Google I/O 2015 in one handy list

Everything Google announced at Google I/O 2015 in one handy list

That’s a wrap on all things Google. In case you missed the keynote, here’s a recap of all the highlights you may have missed.

And if you want to view the whole keynote, here it it for you to view:


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Google Updates: Google Photos, Project Tango, Android TV and Chrome
    It’s the bubble & squeak of our Google I/O coverage

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Google I/O: What’s in it for developers across Chrome, Android, iOS and C++
    Old McGoogle had some tools, I/O, I/O, eek!

    GOOGLE ANNOUNCED a series of new developer tools and initiatives during the Google I/O keynote last night.

    Google I/O, at its heart, is a developer conference and, while there was surprisingly little to impress at a prosumer level, it was still Christmas for the developers.

    Android Studio gets a 1.3 Preview edition and Polymer 1.0. The latter is Google’s web app toolkit designed to help devs create app-like experiences in modern browsers (cough) like Chrome OS (cough).

    It includes CSS themes and styles, fast Shadow Document Object Models for browsers that won’t play ball otherwise, a new data binding system, and a mechanism for sharing common behaviours between elements.

    The relationship between iOS and Android was brought a step closer with CocoaPods, the SDK library for Google Products on iOS, which was declared as the official channel.

    If iOS isn’t your language you’ll also be pleased to hear that Android Studio will now support C and C++, as well as an improved Gradle build speed and a new memory profiler. Or if you want to make it easy, there’s the newly acquired Firebase web app platform.

    New improved APIs are arriving for Google Cast, allowing it to interact with even more devices and apps, but with so much to cover we’ll let you explore those for yourself.


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