Google I/O Developer KeynoteGail Haspert·May 8, 2018Reviews Google I/O Developer Keynote Google is committed to further enabling technologies, platform, and tools. Making Apps Radically Smaller App size growing more languages lead to bigger app size Easier App Building Android app model modularised for your app’s requirements, rebuild app with new app bundle, and add encryption through the key store. App bundle explorer shows smaller apps’ size. GooglePlay Instant lets you try games without purchasing first. Android Jetpack Faster and easier, with new support for: Libraries and tools Paging Slices-templates, rich, flexible, real-time data, work on 90% of devices Backward compatible lets your apps backward compatible nearly instant emulator supports snapshots energy profiler Support for new devices with Android Things Google Assistant App Development Making Assistant more useful Runs on more devices Used by many vendors, stores, restaurants, services Customize subscriptions Actions on Google Action Links Action Console-connects alerts to Engage Action Notifications Support for routines Like early days of the web, Actions connects people with users’ basic intent through a taxonomy of built-in intents See *protected email* Web Open Platform Goals: make web platform more capable and faster Progressive Web Apps (PWA)-work while users’ offline, notifications, push messages doubled retention and active users, support every major browser Server workers supported on most devices Web Assembly enables new types of content and legacy content to run on browsers Lighthouse 3.0-how to improve user experience and build better apps, better performance, tools AMP contents include web address packing Chromebooks, Chrome OS, soon will be able to run Android studio Material Design Is now more flexible and customizable More engineering support Deliver resources, tools, and more Material Theming: New tools available today Adaptable design system A unified adaptable design system, components Responsive Streamline collaboration More products and styles material theme editor material.io Progress in AI Making AI easier to use, begins in the cloud, accessibility, less expensive, bring AI to the world through mobile development 3rd generation TPU: Google’s latest liquid-cooled TPU Pod is more than 8X more powerful than last year’s, delivering more than 100 petaflops of ML hardware acceleration. Machine learning, deep mind, cloud text-to-speech, multi-platform and -devices Cloud AutoML-recognize images unique to the app without coding Vision: helps the blind, identifies harmful creatures, and more TensorFlow is being added to new platforms, including .js TensorFlow Light to edge devices, offline processing, Raspberry Pi, ensures data never leaves the device AI-enhanced Gmail Firebase Combined with crash and Google- analytics Machine learning provides Firebase predictions MLkit available to Android and IOS developers Augmented Reality ARCore-Available Now New possibilities for user experiences, for example, Create a floor plan by walking around your home. Almost indistinguishable from magic. Available Sceneform: add more features to new and existing apps, optimized for mobile apps Augmented Images: detects the 3-D orientation of a picture in real-time Cloud Anchors: share experiences lets multiple phones can see and interact with multiple devices and players at the same time.