- Sundar Pichai’s “Google I/O keynote” starts at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 11.
- Despite the fact that the developer keynote is set to start right after the keynote, there is no finish time specified.
- Meanwhile, “all technical workshops will be available on-demand beginning the following day at 9 a.m. Pacific Time.”
Google this afternoon highlighted the keynotes and conference of the upcoming event, which is less than two weeks away.
The “Google I/O keynote” by Sundar Pichai begins at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 11. Despite the fact that the developer keynote is scheduled to begin immediately after the keynote, no end time was provided.
By tuning in, you’ll find out how we’re advancing our aim to organise the world’s knowledge and make it accessible and helpful. It is time for the keynotes, which cover the topics of “What’s new”:
- Learn about the newest developments in Android development, including Android 13, Jetpack, tools, and performance!
- With Firebase, you can learn how to develop and operate applications that your customers enjoy.
- How to develop stunning native applications for many platforms from a single codebase using the Flutter framework.
- Learn more about Google’s investments in the web platform here. “
- ARCore, Google’s developer platform for augmented reality, has received some much-needed enhancements recently.
- Find out how to improve your app’s acquisition, engagement, and revenue with new capabilities on Google Play.
- Learn about Google’s Chrome OS initiative, which aims to help developers succeed by providing them with the tools and resources they need.
- For smart home developers, Google Home is the best platform for building and innovating.
- There are always new ways to pay, and Google Pay keeps up with the times. By attending this webinar, you will learn more about Google Pay’s newest features.
“All keynotes, product launches, and learning lab material on day one,” is the schedule directive. In the meantime, starting the next day at 9 a.m. Pacific Time, “all technical sessions will be accessible on-demand. To save a session to your “My I/O,” tap the bookmark on the session page.
It was previously expected that today’s schedule dump would just serve as a preview of the entire schedule, which will be released after the keynote. In 2022, it seems to be the same. Some more important events include:
- Let’s go back to the foundations of Android’s System Back feature and see how it can help you design animations that delight users while also providing predictive back navigation.
- Compose for Wear OS (Beta) and Health Services will show you how to create attractive, power-efficient applications for Wear OS.
- Android’s Health Connect app: More Android users with less effort may be reached using the new Health Connect APIs.
To be Updated…