“Oh! My Android app crashed again!”

“Firebase helps your App go from zero to one.”

“An intimate chat with Google Play”

Google Developer Day-GDD 2016 is just around the corner, and we want to share Google’s latest technology and open platform with developers. In this second part of our series on Google Developer Conference, we reveal what we can learn about Mobile Tech at Google Developer Conference.


1. Overview of new Android features

In this session, you’ll learn about all the new features that Android has added to the platform this year — apis, features, and performance.

2. New features of Android development tools

In this demo, we’ll take a closer look at the various Android development tools, delve into all the new features that have been added since last year, and offer tips on how to make the most of them!

3. New Android Support Library features

Compatibility with older Versions of Android is a must for most apps. In this demo, we will give an overview of recent technical developments in backward compatibility, cover some important changes, and discuss the future of support libraries.

4. New features of Android Wear 2.0

The new Android Wear 2.0 API and design patterns are now available in the Developer preview and are the result of the Android team’s efforts over the past two years since the release of Wear. In this demo, we will explain the design concepts of the Wear platform and outline some of the new Wear 2.0 features and apis.

5. “Oops! My Android app crashed again!”

For many developers, application compatibility is very important. Getting apps to work consistently across all Android devices and different constraints around the world is a challenge. In this demo, we’ll share how to better adapt your applications to platform changes, device type differences, and low-speed network environments.

6. Battery and memory optimization in Android development

As more and more transactions are processed on mobile devices, optimal utilization of device resources becomes even more critical. This demo introduces some of the best practices that developers can use to improve their applications’ memory and battery consumption.

Google Play

Go global with Google Play

Google Play lets you reach over 1 billion active Android users in over 190 countries. Learn how to take advantage of the opportunity to reach all of your users by localizing your app, targeting ads to users around the world, and optimizing for transformation.

2. Google Play – User engagement is the latest trend

As the app market becomes increasingly competitive, the success of developers is increasingly dependent on maintaining the stickiness of their favorite apps. Find out what Google tools and features can help you analyze user behavior to improve engagement and retention in your app, and listen to the insights of other developers and industry insiders.

3. Google Play – Continued growth solves most of the problem

This presentation explores how to develop a successful mobile growth strategy and provides a framework to help you solve your growth challenges.

4. No code content: The power of LiveOps

Learn how successful developers keep their games fresh and engaging without updates. Welcome to liveOps!

5. Google Play Policy — Don’t cross the line

Google China developers share 10 tips to help you always comply with the Play rules, common violations, and how to get support.

6. See what’s new with the Indie community on Google Play!


Go global with Google Play

Firebase is suitable for businesses of any size, from weekend startups to flagship app international organizations. This lecture is aimed at those who are just starting out with Firebase. We will outline the suite so you can see where and when Firebase can be used. If you want to build new applications on Firebase, this is for you!

2. Use Firebase to develop stable Android applications

The quality of your app is one of the main factors in improving retention. Retention is higher and revenue is higher. In this demo, we’ll take a closer look at some of Firebase’s features, namely the Firebase Test Lab and Firebase crash Reporting, that can help you stay on top of potential problems and build higher quality, more successful applications.

3. Introduction to Firebase core function Analytics

Firebase Analytics is a core part of Firebase, which is why we’re going to spend this entire lecture on it. We want you to have a clear understanding of your users and their needs to make your business bigger and stronger. In this in-depth Firebase Analytics demo, you’ll cover the magic that makes Firebase Analytics so special and its incredible integration with the rest of Firebase.

4. Firebase intelligent cross-platform message push solution introduction

Firebase Cloud messaging and Firebase notifications enable you to deliver messages to your own clients and network applications. In this demo, you’ll learn how these components work. Everything from the Firebase console driven by analytics data to the powerful Firebase cloud messaging; The former lets you send messages without any programming, and the latter lets you use features like themes.

I heard there’s a Cold Lab. No! Is the Code Lab!

Learn how to use Firebase to step through a chat application with built-in analytics, data synchronization, and more.

And finally, to you

Google has always been committed to creating a benign Android ecosystem, providing the latest and best development tools and distribution platform to help developers improve product performance, improve user experience, and go global together. The world is our paradise. We are waiting for you in Beijing and Shanghai for this year’s Google Developers Conference!