Introducing Google Analytics for Firebase

Google Analytics for Firebase is built from the ground up to provide all the data that mobile app developers need, in one easy place. It’s free and unlimited analytics that combines both behavioral analytics — who your users are and what they do in your app — with marketing analytics — which lets you see which campaigns brought users to your app in the first place. Find out more at https://goo.gl/wx3ZYk Add the Introducing Firebase playlist! https://goo.gl/Wdcxpt Subscribe to the Firebase Channel: https://goo.gl/9giPHG Music by

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Promote your Apps with Google AdWords (Google Dev 100)

Creating a great app is a huge accomplishment, but what comes after that? Discovery. You want to get your app to users who will love it as much as you do. Learn how you can use AdWords ads to promote your app to grow users and keep them coming back. 100 Days of Google Dev / 100 developer videos over 100 days / #GoogleDev100 Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at:

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A/B Test Like a Pro #1: Preparing for A/B Testing

What is A/B testing? Why should you care? And, once you do care, how can you start using Firebase to run A/B tests in your mobile apps? In this video, we’ll explain how A/B testing works in Firebase and what you need to do to get ready to run your own experiments. This video will cover how to get started with both Firebase Remote Config and Analytics so you can enable changes in your app and then measure the results. Getting Started with Remote Config on Android: https://goo.gl/3R2fC4 Getting Started with Firebase Remote Config on iOS: https://goo.gl/Uz6E28 Check out the rest of the series here: https://goo.gl/mv5fxf Subscribe to the Firebase Channel: https://goo.gl/9giPHG

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How to Label Custom Elements – A11ycasts #24

Custom Elements are a very cool new set of technologies that let developers define their own HTML tags. But when we create new elements, we need to make sure they include all of the same usability and accessibility affordances as the built-in tags. Today we’ll be talking about labeling, and how you can make sure your custom elements have a properly computed accessible name. The art of labeling: https://goo.gl/ZfjvRb How to enable accessibility inspection in the DevTools: https://goo.gl/aHybFr HowTo: Components on GitHub: https://goo.gl/mxz7kM HowTo: Components – Overview: https://goo.gl/zVGRo2 Pull request for howto-label on GitHub: https://goo.gl/vE8BWL Watch all A11ycasts episodes: https://goo.gl/06qEUW Subscribe to the Chrome Developers YouTube channel for updates on new episodes

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App ID vs. Ad Unit ID – AdMob Quick Tip #6

Register an ad unit with AdMob and you’ll get two different ID values: an App ID and an Ad Unit ID. Check out Quick Tip #6 from the Mobile Ads Garage to learn what they represent, and which one goes where in the SDK’s API. Watch more episodes of Mobile Ads Garage here: https://goo.gl/BDQvw6 Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at

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Create an App for the Google Assistant that Uses Your Server

Apps for the Google Assistant are the gateway for your users to engage with your services through Google Home, Android phones, iPhones, and in the future, through every experience where the Google Assistant is available. In this video, @greenido shows you how to use server side logic and build an assistant app that communicates with your server. FYI: API.AI changed its name to Dialogflow! Learn more here: Codelab: https://goo.gl/wv5Rxi Code from this video: https://goo.gl/syCqBN Actions on Google: https://developers.google.com/actions/ Watch more videos on how to build Google Assistant apps: https://goo.gl/SWJfNC Subscribe to the channel to never miss an episode:

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Accessible Components: Screen readers — Polycasts #50

Continuing our series on Accessibility (a11y) today we’re talking about screen readers! Screen readers take the semantic information from your elements and produce an alternative, spoken UI, for user with visual impairments. But when we’re designing Web Components, we’re creating tags that have never existed before in the browser, meaning they don’t have built-in semantics. So what’s a screen reader supposed to do? Today on Polycasts we’ll look at how we can leverage ARIA to add semantics to our elements to make sure they’re properly announced and all of our users can interact with them. Screen Readers: VoiceOver NVDA JAWS ChromeVox

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Google I/O Keynote (Google I/O ’17)

Join us to learn about product and platform innovation at Google. See all the talks from Google I/O ’17 here: https://goo.gl/D0D4VE Watch more Android talks at I/O ’17 here: https://goo.gl/c0LWYl Watch more Chrome talks at I/O ’17 here: https://goo.gl/Q1bFGY Watch more Firebase talks at I/O ’17 here: https://goo.gl/pmO4Dr Subscribe to the Google Developers channel: #io17 #GoogleIO #GoogleIO2017

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