We are really excited to be a part of droidcon Dubai and to present our latest open source project called FillTheForm. We have developed a tool that uses the power of Accessibility Service in order to make the app development and testing easier.
This workshop will provide a guided, tutorial and hands-on coding experience. We will step you through adding performance testing features to an existing Android application.
In this talk Savvas Dalkitsis will be discussing advanced git techniques, how you can utilize different branching strategies to achieve a rapid workflow depending on the structure of your team (and demonstrating the branching strategy the Android team uses at Shazam), followed by an assortment of 'hacks', or useful tricks, that allow you to optimize the way you work and share code with others.
Hey Android fans! How would you like a free ticket to droidcon Dubai this year?
If you help us set things up the day before the conference, and give us a hand on the Friday and Saturday you’ll get free entry to this amazing event – and our everlasting gratitude, of course! Not a bad deal, even if we say so ourselves.
Why not volunteer for us? Just drop us an email and we’ll get back to you with more details! email@example.com
Android Wear is small, powerful device, worn on the body. It displays useful information when you need it most. You can speak your question to get an Intelligent answer. With the built in sensors, it can track your body activity and help reach fitness goals. In this session you’ll learn more about Android wear and how it works. We will also display some good practices when designing and developing for Android wear.
In this session, you will learn:
Design sprint is a methodology used by Google for creating and testing products in short time. It’s a way of finding a solution to a problem effectively, with minimal time and cost.
Various Google products emerged, or got updated, using this process, example: Google Glass, Project Loon, Hangouts and much more.