We're super-excited to share brand-new Android 11 content with you!
18:00 - 18:15 - Welcome to GDG!
18:15 - 18:45 - What's new in Android Studio? - Rebecca Franks
In this talk, we will take a look at the new Android Studio 4.0 and the tooling that has been added in this new release. Looking at how we can now inspect Databases, use the new Motion Editor and other small treats that the latest release has included. Join to learn about all the new goodies you can play around with in Android Studio!
Rebecca is a Principal Android Engineer at Over (acquired by GoDaddy), she has been passionately building Android Apps for over 8 years now. She loves making beautiful Android Apps and teaching others all the tricks she learns along the way. She is a Google Developer Expert for Android and blogs regularly at https://riggaroo.dev. When she isn't coding or teaching, she can be found baking up a storm in her kitchen.
18:45- 19:15 - Dependency Injection: Comparing Dagger, Koin and Hilt - Maia Grotepass
Hilt is the new kid on the dependency injection block. How does this compare to Dagger, Manual dependency injection and Koin? The pros and cons and a jumpstart guide with examples to get started with Hilt.
Maia is an Android Engineer at Luno. She has been coding for Android since Cupcake. She has a passion for Kotlin and testing.
19:15 - 19:30 - Building privacy-forward apps with the new Android 11 features - Potsane Mohale
Security and Privacy have always been core to how the Android Framework is designed, and with every new release, a significant focus is being placed on improving security and privacy of the Android platform. This presentation gives an overview of the most important updates on
Android 11, which are aimed at making the platform more secure and the apps we develop more user privacy-centric. We’ll discuss how one permission, permissions auto reset, and changes to background location access drive towards this goal.
I am currently a software engineer at Luno. I love myself some Kotlin, and I also have some interest in UX/UI. I spend most of my time experimenting and playing around with Android things.
19:30 - 19:40 - Giveaways and Thanks!
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Lots of great content and smart developers! (Oh! And some awesome prizes to be won)
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