Android Q First Look for Developers

Android Q First Look for Developers
Android Q First Look for Developers
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 29m | 86 MB

The next version of Android, currently known as Android Q, is here and available for developers as a beta preview. Take a tour of new features and changes that will affect all Android developers. Discover how to install Android Q and make sure your apps are compatible with the new version. Instructor David Gassner also showcases the new UI with full gestural support, as well as new permissions, the Dark theme, scoped storage, and multitasking with bubbles.

Table of Contents

1 Welcome Android Q
2 Install Android Q on a physical device
3 Install Android Q on a virtual device
4 Changes for developers in Android Q
5 Resolve full gesture mode conflicts
6 Manage changes in permissions
7 Adjust an app to Dark theme
8 New rules for scoped file storage
9 Support multitasking with bubbles
10 Next steps